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Presents 3 Tracks (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GRA 013. Rel: 24 Jun 19
  1. Olo - "Balast" (8:26)
  2. El Trick - "Ko Ko Dak Dak" (5:54)
  3. Palta - "Daeksel" (3:56)
Review: DJ Central presents three new aliases on this elegantly put together 12". Conjuring up the perfect recipe for a DJ Cake, Central blends and explores the likes of pulsating atmospheric techno on the track "Balast", smoothly escalating breaks on "Ko Ko Dak Dak" and hazy crackling ambient on the finale "Daeksel". Unique, inspiring and truly excellent works from the one they call DJ Central.



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  1. Mumdance & Logos - "Teachers" (5:43)
  2. Caterina Barbieri - "Molecular Illusion" (4:21)
  3. Peder Mannerfelt - "Over My Face" (3:57)
  4. Nkisi - "Kinenga" (3:41)
  5. Space Afrika - "After They Entered It Was Only Evident" (3:59)
Review: "Shared Meanings" has been one of Mumdance's most ambitious and explorative projects to date; pulling together the four corners of the hardcore continuum and tying them in a tight bow, his mix has drawn elements and parallels between all genres and laced them in a narrative that mirrors and reflects throughout. Now, for limited time only, we have five of the 32 tracks he included in the mix ranging from his and Logos' totem track "Teachers" which pays homage to the UK's forefathers, to the pulverising thumpy bumpy techno of Nkisi's "Kinenga" via stasis sensation ambience from Space Afrika in the form of "After They Entered It Was Only Evident". Coordinates don't come much broader or deeper, "Shared Meanings" is Mumdance in full on explorer mode. Long may his meaningful trips continue.
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Idlehour (12")
Cat: PD 003. Rel: 14 Nov 18
  1. Club Fever (7:15)
  2. Club Reliever (6:55)
  3. Machine Age (1:16)
  4. Broken Bell (5:01)
  5. Lolli (5:07)
  6. Atmo (2:19)
Review: Made in the winter and spring of 2018 in 'edenic' Altadena, California: P & D Records co-founder (and Suzanne Kraft collaborator) P Relief is back with the label's third release. The now Berlin based producer serves up dreamy and mesmerizing lo-fi house on the splendid Idlehour EP, as heard on terrific jams such as the wonderful opener "Club Fever" while the zeitgeist of early '90s IDM is captured stylishly on the mysterious "Broken Bell" as well as on the dreamy, ambient house "Lolli".
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Autotomy (limited 180 gram etched vinyl 12")
Cat: SHP 56. Rel: 26 Sep 17
  1. Learned Behaviour (6:16)
  2. Dimished Feeling (4:57)
  3. Looking Outside (4:14)
Review: Chicago born, Brooklyn based producer Max Ravitz is quite known for his dusty goth(am) house and techno experiments; easily recognised by their brazenly compressed/saturated analogue aesthetic that sound like live jams. It's more of the same on his new offering: A side cut "Learned Behaviour" is the most 'straight-ahead' we've ever heard Ravitz with this tunnelling, hypnotic and absolutely heads down affair that soon evolves via some classic house chord progressions and mad 909 snare theatrics. The bittersweet and melancholic "Diminished Feeling" is more typical of his earlier style on such heralded EPs like his Opal Tapes debut Body Issues: the sound of a lonely Bushwick loft space on a Friday night. The lush and atmospheric "Looking Outside" provides a welcome ambient moment for this fine EP. Yet more fantastic work from him this year, following up the three part epic Several Shades of The Same Color on Ghostly International.
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Sea Of Sand (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: DKMNTL 060. Rel: 16 Oct 18
  1. Blind Corner (6:43)
  2. Hypnotized (6:57)
  3. Shift Your Mind (6:35)
  4. I Can Read Your Mind (6:24)
  5. Noise Of Life (6:59)
  6. Sea Of Sand (5:33)
Review: California based husband and wife duo Aaron Coyes and Indra Dunis are Peaking Lights - who present their tenth long player on Amsterdam's Dekmantel. The acclaimed live act deliver yet more of their trademark blend of electronic freakouts here with Dunis' outstanding vocal style throughout. From the stylish electro-pop noir heard on numbers like "Blind Corner" or "I Can Read Your Mind", the cosmo-psychedelic dub of "Hypnotized" through to the lo-slung punk-funk of "Shift Your Mind" and the blazed ambient chill-out of the title track.
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  1. Penelope's Fiance - "Run & Gun" (4:34)
  2. Rawmance + Security - "Un Bon Flic" (3:45)
  3. Alessandro Adriani - "Do Not Deliver Me Into The Enemy's Hands" (6:01)
  4. Raw Ambassador - "Attack, Attack!" (5:49)
Review: New Italian label Hiroshima 45 Chernobyl 86 Windows 95 present Pubblicazione 001. Starting off on the A side is Penelope's Fiance from Thessaloniki, who serves up a lo-fi and coldwave perspective of the Boards Of Canada on "Run & Gun", while Italians Rawmance and Security team up on the slo-mo EBM mutation of "Un Bon Flic" - bringing you the sound of latter's Knick Knack Yoda burger club in Rome. On the flip, Mannequin boss Alessandro Adriani gives us the gnarly 303 acid epic "Do Not Deliver Me Into The Enemy's Hands" and Raw Ambassador aka Antonio Barbetta gives us the early industrial sounds of "Attack, Attack!" with its rusty aesthetic calling to mind the classics of Portion Control or Skinny Puppy.
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Played by: Mark Forshaw
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  1. Penelope's Fiance - "Untitled (15)" (2:15)
  2. Nocturnal Emissions - "Even The Good Times Are Bad" (U-202's Always Having A Bad Time mix) (5:20)
  3. Torrent - "EXE 2 Blueprint" (6:31)
  4. Nocturnal Emissions - "Demon Circuits Bloodbath (1983)" (3:23)
  5. Nocturnal Emissions - "Even The Good Times Are Bad (1983)" (4:33)
  6. Innyster - "Todis" (6:08)
Review: Contort Yourself reaches its sixth installment with yet another era spanning gathering of post-punk and industrial oddities for the most deviant of dancefloors to digest. In the contemporary corner we have Penelope's Fiance, a promising industrial artist from Greece. Meanwhile on the B-side, Nigel Ayers as Nocturnal Emissions takes us back to 1983 with the utterly chilling "Demon Circuits Bloodbath" and "Even The Good Times Are Bad". L.I.E.S boss Ron Morelli steps up as U202 to remix "Even The Good Times Are Bad" as a death march of malevolent percussion.
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Perfect High (12" + insert)
Cat: DE 183. Rel: 30 Oct 17
  1. Perfect High (radio version) (5:13)
  2. Perfect High (instrumental) (4:23)
Review: Chris Garner, Jorg Burckhardt, Matthias Elvers, and Regina Petersen didn't release more than handful of EPs under the Peppermint guise, but what they did put out was as foundational and inspirational as more known electronic bands of the 80s like Liaisons Dangereuses. Dark Entries is responsible for this reissue, of course, a repress of an original going for near 100 bucks on the second-hand market, and this 1983 bomb has that rare characteristic of sounding retro and utterly fresh all at the same time. There's two mixes to the wonderfully wavy "Perfect High", and they both serve their own purpose; the radio edit, as you'd expect, is the one that gets the heads turning, its ominous bass charging menacingly amid the sweeter melodies and classic, new-romantic vocals, while the instrumental makes for the perfect beat companion to any serious cold wave DJ set.
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Played by: Ali Renault
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Cat: TPT 066. Rel: 10 Feb 15
  1. Kareem - "Just When You Thought It Was Over"
  2. Perc - "Volley"
Review: Ali Wells's Perc Trax has done incredibly well over the years, and in fact, this latest EP (the third in the series) marks the label's ten year anniversary! Patrick Sottrop aka Kareem drops "Just When You Thought It Was Over" on the A-side, unleashing a militant and subtly dubbed-out warhead for the peak time hours, while Wells himself touches down as Perc with the stormy, wide-eyed sound sculpture that is "Volley". Surprisingly, the kick drum - a menacing pound to the head - only pops up well into the track, leaving space for all other sorts of atmospherics and distortion to surface. Excellent, as per usual.
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Cat: DE 092. Rel: 05 Jun 15
  1. Nothing Is True; Everything Is Permitted (instrumental) (4:54)
  2. Breakin' Indistortion (instrumental) (4:16)
  3. A Dirty Song (instrumental) (5:05)
  4. Et (4:10)
Review: Dark Entries know their stuff when it comes to '80s synth pop reissues, and this latest reissue of Carlos Peron's Dirty Songs single is a sign of just how deep into the crates these guys get. Originally out over thirty years ago, these instrumentals are still total killers and will go down a storm in most DJ sets which venture out of the 4/4 formula. "Nothing Is True; Everything Is Permitted" and "Breakin' Indistortion" are particularly fresh and must have truly cut the edge back then: metallic drum machine beats and sparse melodies ring away into the cavernous ambience created by Peron. Wonderful and highly recommended.
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Cat: ACIDO 019. Rel: 02 Dec 14
  1. Paradise Island
  2. I Travel The World
Review: The latest Acido release sees the full debut of Karl Lukas Pettersson, aka Gothenburg's premier electro exponent Lukas Karl Pettersson who previously featured on Dynamo Dreesen's label back in 2007 under his familiar Luke Eargoggle alias. As Karl Lukas Pettersson, the Swede is evidently looking to explore a sound less trodden with both "Paradise Island" and "Travel The World" crafty concoctions formed from various elements of primitive wave and Das Ding style electro that sound convincingly like they were exhumed from DAT tapes in the late '80s. If you are a fan of Acido, you'll no doubt be used to such stylistic deviations from the label, but Dark Entries and Minimal Wave fans should also check these cuts!
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Phile (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DSR 001. Rel: 17 Jul 17
  1. Found In Blood
  2. Marauder
  3. Abhor
  4. Govern This
  5. Deadzone
Review: Proof of the rude health of the Australian underground abounds with this new label from Phile, who step out with a self-titled debut EP that tells you all you need to know. This is searing, brutalist techno crafted with invention and imagination - the dense crackle of the beats and scorched peals of synth on "Found In Blood" are a visceral force to behold. "Marauder" is mellow by comparison, furnishing a minimal beat with live bass, dramatic string licks and steadily building atmospherics. The analogue dirt of "Abhor" is positively evil, and that's before Karina Utomo's none-scarier vocals come into play. Brimming with personality and demanding of your attention, Phile made themselves a duo to watch in one fell swoop.
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Lepidoptera Remixes (12" + insert)
Cat: DE 244. Rel: 11 Mar 19
  1. Cyaniris (Anatolian Weapons 6 AM Eternal) (6:39)
  2. Araschnia Levana (Pasiphae remix) (6:08)
  3. Cyaniris (June remix) (5:33)
  4. Aporia Maturna (Morah remix) (7:42)
Review: Last year, Dark Entries reissued Lena Platonos' 1986 album "Lepidoptera", a beautiful, minimalistic set forged out of picturesque piano motifs and the composer's own surrealist Greek poetry. Now the lauded San Francisco label presents a quartet of new reworks of tracks from that album. There's a more dancefloor-centric feel throughout, with the standout revisions - in our eyes at least - coming from Anatolian Weapons, whose take on "Cyaniris" is a throbbing, dark synth-pop treat, and Pasiphae. Her version of "Araschnia Levana" brilliantly re-casts the track as a heavy, all-action dark electro workout tailor made for dark basements in The Hague.
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Cat: DE 130. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. Dance It Down (4:18)
  2. Dance In Dub (4:14)
  3. Dance It Down (European remix) (7:42)
  4. Jamaica Running (5:34)
  5. Jamaica Resting (3:24)
  6. Jamaica Running (European remix) (5:00)
Review: Patrick Keel started his career as a drummer with various unsuccessful bands, before buying a synthesizer in 1980 and forming "one-man-band" The Pool. While he released numerous albums and singles over a five-year period, it's 1983 single "Dance It Down" that has stood the test of time. This Dark Entries reissue features the punchy, electro-influenced new-wave original and spacey Dub from the U.S 12", plus the lesser-known European Mix (closer in style to Italo-disco, though actually made by a Belgian). Arguably even better is flipside "Jamaica Running", where glistening melodies cluster themselves around a proto-dancehall rhythm, and its' stoned, pitched-down alternative mix, "Jamaica Resting".
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Superbad (12")
Cat: SNTS 009. Rel: 04 May 16
  1. Dwell In Hell (6:27)
  2. Foresight To Ignite (5:57)
  3. Ignorance Reigns (5:45)
  4. Wild Pitch (5:00)
Review: Steven Porter: easily the funniest alias we've heard in a long time. No, people; this ain't the American, early noughties progressive house legend who once famously described his style of music as 'Porterhouse'. In all seriousness: this is the collaborative project of Japanese artists Yuji Kondo and Katsunori Sawa who have appeared previously with their extreme noise terror for the likes of DJ Nobu's Bitta and Berlin's Weevil Neighbourhood. On the Superbad EP they give us the bleak body bashing industrial textures of "Dwell In Hell" and the Sunn O))) sounding black metal guitar drone of "Wild Pitch". Elsewhere, the brutal futurist extremism of "Ignorance Reins" calls to mind classic British Murder Boys.
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  1. Can't Stop Shaking
  2. Dormant
Review: It's as if throughout the production process and mastering session of Profligate's Can't Stop Shaking EP faulty connections and loose wiring were intended to give the two tracks a distinctly broken timbre. The title track, infected with a T.V-static buzz, marches with the most basic, but effective, industrial back beat drums, while classic New York electro synths offer a "Can't Stop Shaking" its melody. "Dormant" on the other hand is more frenetic in its arrangement, as megaphone vocals treated to a band-pass filter are embedded into a gauzy crowd of harsh textures and arpeggiated chords that ebb and flow between the despondent and uplifting.
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Cat: DIAG 015. Rel: 02 Dec 14
  1. Crawl In From Broadway
  2. Dollars To Deutchsmarks
  3. Lovers Run Camp Africa
  4. Side Effects Of Living
Review: There's a tongue in cheek sensibility and an air of confrontation to much that James Donadio does as Prostitutes which made him more than suited to Powell's Diagonal label when the Cleveland artist debuted on the label last year. It's nice to see Donadio back with the Simple Minds-riffing Ecstasy, Crashing Beats & Fantasy and contributing one of the final Diagonal records of 2014, a year that's been most successful for both artist and label. Donadio has said in interviews Powell tries to encourage him to take a more explicit approach to the dancefloor and that's evident on this quartet of Prostitutes tracks. The curdling acid of "Dollars To DMs" and the faltering bleep electro of "Side Effects Of Living" are particularly potent Prostitutes productions!
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Cat: CHIWAX 027. Rel: 03 Apr 18
  1. Noise Invaders (8:36)
  2. Cosmic War (5:45)
  3. Acid Rescue (13:50)
Review: As Psynote, Argentine producer Franco Cinelli released a couple of quietly impressive 12" singles in 2013 and 2014, but the project has lain dormant ever since. Here he re-launches it via a rather impressive return to the mighty Chiwax. Arguably the highlight is flipside "Acid Rescue", a formidably hypnotic dub techno outing rich in angular electronic pulses that runs for 14 mesmerizing minutes. That said, we're also enjoying Cinelli's A-side outings, where spacey and lo-fi electro jam "Noise Invaders" - check the wild synth solos and pitch-bend action - is followed by the deep space bleeps and sweaty ghetto-tech drums of "Cosmic War".
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Played by: Jerome Hill
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Purge (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DSR 002. Rel: 23 Oct 17
  1. Day Of Wrath
  2. Exuviae
  3. Never Meant To Exist
  4. YYYY
  5. Lara Dies
  6. Finding Inside
Review: New Sydney-based label Deep Seeded has a clear mission to subvert conventions about club music, and new signing ptwiggs is right in there with the kind of otherworldly grime weirdness that you might find around the likes of Visionist, Rabit and other such sonic tinkerers. There's plenty of brutality at work on "Day Of Wrath", while "Exuviae" aims for something airier while getting sideswiped by distortion and trance leads. There are calmer moments, but it doesn't take long for intense levels of sound design, sampling and raucous processing to shake up the situation.
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  1. Slow Poem (Segue remix) (6:37)
  2. Cellar Door (Lingua Lustra Levitate remix) (6:56)
  3. Slow Poem (6:20)
  4. Cellar Door (6:40)
  5. Slow Poem (Mind Over MIDI Reshape) (4:48)
  6. Slow Poem (Wanderwelle remix) (6:23)
  7. Cellar Door (Rhucle remix) (4:23)
  8. Slow Poem (Docetism remix) (5:36)
  9. Cellar Door (Stray Theories remix) (5:52)
Review: Andrea Porcu's ROHS! label has been a long time fixture in the ambient field, from net label origins to limited CDr and vinyl releases from a host of respected underground operators. This latest release, two years in the making, features two original tracks from PURL. These sublime ambient pieces, "Slow Poem" and "Cellar Door," move in slow, atmospheric ripples of submerged rhythm and glacial melodics, giving plenty of space for inventive remixes from Segue, Wanderwelle and many more. It's a perfect double pack of dreamy drifters for the chill-out room crowd to sink into.
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The Spiral (Soundtrack) (limited gatefold red vinyl 10" + MP3 download code)
Cat: DW 02110. Rel: 29 Jun 17
  1. Do You Hear Them (3:44)
  2. Wake Up (1:09)
  3. It May Not Be Real (2:33)
  4. The Spiral (3:13)
  5. Descent (1:25)
  6. It Is Real (1:26)
Review: Martin Jenkins dons the Pye Corner Audio alias once more, transferring to Death Waltz in order to deliver the soundtrack to an imaginary horror film. It's naturally an all-analogue affair, with Jenkins making the most of his impressive collection of vintage synths, analogue drum machines and effects units. There's much to enjoy from start to finish. Check, for example, the ghostly chords, foreboding bassline and spacey electronics of "Do You Hear Then", the creepy, Carpenter-ish horror-ambience of "It May Not Be Real", the evocative late night paranoia of "Descent" - which is similar in tone to some of Jonny Jewel's soundtrack work - and the clattering dancefloor throb of "The Spiral", whose bassline, beats and darting melodies are just begging to be played over a booming club soundsystem.
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  1. Ricco - "Gilbert & George" (7:07)
  2. Pletnev - "Thunder" (6:21)
  3. Ju-Ju83 - "Untimely End" (7:46)
  4. Roe Deers - "Nirvana" (5:50)
  5. Markus Gibb - "Dernier Souffle" (3:39)
Review: And just like that, France's Kump label is born. The newly formed crew make for some pretty promising prospects if this debut EP is anything to go by, and they've started flying off our shelves with the same sort of zesty energy found across its five killers! Thankfully, this isn't yet another deep house joint and, one the contrary, it provides us with some seriously fresh strains of house music built for the next decade. Ricco's opener "Gilbert & George" is a punchy, mid-tempo pulser with a subtly acidic flow, and Pletnev's "Thunder" follows beautifully with the same sort of beat, but comparatively tamer harmonies. On the flip, Ju-Ju83 gets all sombre and industrial on "Untimely End", while "Nirvana" by Roe Deers offers a totally different sort of 'sad', and Markus Gibbs's "Dernier Souffle" manages to blend mid-90's acid with something that, well, we can't quite put our finger on...
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Played by: Mimi, In Flagranti, Pletnev
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Passage (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC070 / MITS001. Rel: 25 Mar 19
  1. Prism (12:16)
  2. Mosaic (8:03)
  3. Passage (20:22)
Review: Few records could sound better suited to Emotional Rescue's reissue remit than soft rock / synth pop artists turned sound healers Chris Spheeris and Paul Voudouris. "Passage" was a commission by a company doing biofeedback therapy who wanted a soundtrack for their clients' treatment, resulting in a gem of early American ambient music. Originally released in 1982 and now lovingly restored, artwork and all, Spheeris and Voudouris' three lengthy compositions are as soothing as the remit demanded. Whatever your internal ails, there's restorative qualities in these pieces that can't help but do good, even as a pure pleasure trip to let yourself melt into.

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Composer (LP)
Cat: SP 074. Rel: 13 Sep 16
  1. Poly- (3:33)
  2. Semantics (3:16)
  3. Image Furnace (4:27)
  4. Ecstatics (5:04)
  5. Escape (6:16)
  6. Acid (4:18)
  7. Pattern/WAYTA? (4:39)
Review: Los Angeles based producer Alex Gray aka D/P/I of CHANCEIMAG.es returns, this time on French imprint Shelter Press with more avant electronics excursions on the Composer LP. Thee seven sound collages are said to be an experiment in rhythm, where human error is introduced to basic sounds (such as a djembe or conga) via midi controllers, introducing complex processes and effects which naturally developed into compositions. Gray himself hopes his album "can act as a beacon of creativity for future generations, who are currently being completely saturated by marketing content for products and media that will do nothing but confuse and distract them.
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Various (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: KMV 02. Rel: 17 Jun 19
  1. Rim Menko - "Illusion" (3:35)
  2. Flaty - "Charfrog" (4:21)
  3. Pavel Milyakov - "Amb Day Out" (3:06)
  4. Pavel Milyakov - "November Bad" (2:51)
  5. Stas Karpenkov - "Detektiv Chernomorka" (3:21)
  6. Stanislav Tolkachev - "While You Are Drawing A Butterfly" (2:10)
  7. Hoavi - "Aya Horizon" (3:57)
Review: Crimean label Krym Mryk returns with its sophomore release: a Various Artists collection putting the spotlight on several top musicians from Russia and Ukraine as well as a few newcomers to the scene. Highlights come fast and thick throughout; we're particularly loving the grinding cyclicality of Rim Menko's "Illusion", beatless yet hypnotic arpeggio workouts ("Amb Day Out" and "November Bad") by Pavel Milyakov (Buttechno), man of the hour Stanislav Tolkachev with slow-mo entrancer "While You Are Drawing A Butterfly" and Hoavi's "Aya Horizon", which closes the LP with its sublime ambience.
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Cat: UDACHA 016. Rel: 17 Dec 18
  1. Indigo Swamp
  2. Yellow Bird Singing
  3. )(-
  4. Naam Drops
  5. After Dream Image
  6. Figizi
  7. See That Slack Times
  8. -
  9. Beam Machines
Review: For the latest release on the weird and wonderful Udacha label, Moscow based artist and producer Vasiliy Stepanov aka P SH steps up to the plate. With a selection of abstract and warped electronics, the Russian artists presents a wide variations of cuts, including pop, dub, soul, fourth world, tribal, comedic and all other distinctive and magical vibes. With highlight tracks such as Naam Drops, Indigo Swamp and pretty much every composition, the LP should appeal to all the lovers of the other dimensions
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Cat: STRLP 022. Rel: 18 Jan 19
  1. Worship & Passion (2:12)
  2. More Hesitant Than Before (4:09)
  3. Different Observers (5:52)
  4. She Would Stand Alone (0:46)
  5. He Closed His Eyes (2:39)
  6. When You Were Asleep (1:21)
  7. LA Desert (2:51)
  8. She Told Him The News (3:24)
  9. Tamil Nadu (3:59)
  10. A Pagan Use (4:29)
  11. Out Of The Corner Of Her Eye (2:14)
  12. Loisaida Dub (1:48)
Review: Given that the Axel Libeert-helmed Pablo's Eye project has been running continuously since the late 1980s, it's perhaps unsurprising that Stroom has found it hard to put out just one retrospective of the Belgian collective's work. In fact, "Dark Matter" is the third (and final) part of a retrospective trilogy that has brilliantly shed new light on Libeert and company's work. Experimental, atmospheric and largely creepy, the showcased material variously touches on high-minded percussion music, slowly shifting ambient, Berlin school soundscapes, neo-classical-tinged global fusion, smoky downtempo grooves, the kind of intensely paranoid fare we'd expect from Dominick Fernow, and scattergun electronic dub.
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Infernality (red marbled vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HOROEX 10. Rel: 04 Jul 17
  1. Purification (2:27)
  2. Initiation (4:54)
  3. Philosophy (4:49)
  4. Meditations (5:08)
  5. Principles (4:47)
  6. Death & Rebirth (4:48)
  7. Infernality (6:05)
  8. Talismans (5:09)
  9. Symbology (5:54)
  10. Transmutation (1:24)
  11. Retribution (5:08)
  12. Summoning (6:19)
  13. Rites Of Passage (6:50)
Review: The Horo label wouldn't be complete without the mischievous industrial patterns of Pact Infernal, a mysterious artist who specialises in all things on the grey end of the scale. Infernality is the artist's second LP for the imprint and, compared to his debut CD album, this dwells on much vaster, more cinematic landscapes that remind us of Prurient's top material. The A-side, a cavernous stretch of earth that goes from "Purification" to "Meditations", has been constructed with the notion of tribalism very much front of mind, and this builds at a constant rate to reach the climax of the B-side. "Principles" heads back to the nether zone with its eerie swarms of bass, while "Infernality" drops the listener into a thick swamp of loose beats and mind-bending background effects. The second vinyl follows the same steady path to all-out doom, dipping and rising at every turn with the help of powerful bass recipes floating in mid-air. It's an album of gloom, passion, dread and euphoria, all at the same time. Excellent stuff.
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Played by: Nastia Reigel
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Universel (LP)
Cat: MAT 010. Rel: 29 Nov 17
  1. Universal (5:28)
  2. Tabt Optagelse (7:59)
  3. Pa Gensyn (5:49)
  4. At Ville (8:00)
  5. Optagelse 16A (12:28)
Review: Following up a pair of great collaborative albums by Suzanne Kraft - with the Antinote affiliated D.K. last month and the wonderful Passive Aggressive LP with label boss Jonny Nash, Melody As Truth now present Danish producer Palta. Probably most known to people under his real name Natal Zaks, he also creates music as Aebeloe and as Central - the latter has seen him release on tastemaker labels such as Dekmantel. With his debut release for the label, entitled 'Universel', Palta was best described as a sound painter, of sorts. That talent is on display again here on this new EP. From the tripped out tribal tropicalism of "Tabt Optagelse", the cavernous free fall of "Pa Gensyn" to the the 10 minutes of complete and utter bliss that is "Optagelse 16A" which is a highly detailed and evocative journey into the soul that will have you craving for more.
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Played by: Kenneth bager
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Mort Aux Vaches (clear vinyl 2xLP limited to 300 copies) (1 per customer)
Cat: MATME 005LP. Rel: 31 Jul 19
  1. Track 1 (14:49)
  2. Track 2 (16:31)
  3. Track 3 (8:27)
  4. Track 4 (13:47)
Review: We are definitely not worthy. Or at least only just worthy. Arriving on stunning transparent wax this double header from 2000 combines two legendary forces in ambient and stripped compositions, making a very clear statement of intent. Buy it now or forever deal with the fallout. Perhaps one of the most impressive things about the tracks presented in this special edition, limited run package is the sonic depth achieved without forsaking minimalism. There doesn't necessarily appear to be much going on, but the soundcapes- or perhaps more accurately soundscape, given the quartet is wholly coherent and interconnected- feels so dense it's as if you could reach out and touch the work. Growing, building, expanding and mutating, the resulting tension and brooding atmosphere positions this as a crowning achievement on the part of both Finland's Pan Sonic and American Charlemagne Palestine.
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Neptuno (140 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: ERC 071. Rel: 28 May 19
  1. Preparativos Para El Viaje (6:46)
  2. Neptuno (5:34)
  3. La Verdad De Lo Pequeno (3:27)
  4. Paseo Celeste (8:24)
  5. Gacelle (7:07)
  6. Lo Inevitable (4:34)
  7. Aqui Y Ahora (6:06)
  8. Lo Ves?, Ya Te Lo Decia (6:42)
Review: Spanish multi-instrumentalist and producer Luis Paniagua gets the Emotional treatment here with the reissue of the stunning 1987 album "Neptuno". It's a joyous album that revels in global musical traditions, and its accomplished finish is a marvel considering he recorded it with Luis Delgado in his Madrid attic within just a few days. From the treated string swells and sitar lilt of the title track to the lively percussive tumble of "Gacelle" and on to the bell chimes of "Aqui Y Ahora", this is a stunning record executed with talent and rich with the many wonderful tones to be enjoyed from a whole world of instrumentation.
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Cat: ELP 018. Rel: 09 May 16
  1. Mysterious Package (1:02)
  2. Beats (6:45)
  3. The Clicker (2:09)
  4. Synthesis Energy (1:48)
  5. Ghosts (version 1) (3:40)
  6. The Ship Is Landing (4:00)
  7. Gem Mountain (1:51)
  8. Aerial Tones (3:26)
  9. Organ (2:41)
  10. Intermittent Beat Transmission (5:06)
  11. Shake (3:31)
  12. Twinkle (2:40)
  13. Flash (0:48)
  14. I Am The 6th Gender (beats only) (3:22)
  15. Dance Party (vocal) (3:52)
  16. Compute This Sucka (1:52)
Review: As this collection on Ale Natalizia's Ecstatic proves, Gavin Russom's experiments with the far out reaches of electronic music dates back to the mid-'90s. Russom is perhaps best placed to explain the context: "Arriving in New York City I found myself surrounded by an incredibly intense field of stuff to take in; late night radio mixes which featured distinctly New York sounds like freestyle and hip hop, clubs where house, techno and jungle played to drugged-out and/or completely sober sweaty crowds and beard scratchers alike, no wave, new wave, disco, afro-Caribbean, art rock and experimental music records I would pick up at thrift shops or used record stores." This is clearly heard throughout Source Cognitive Eyes, a compilation of sonic sketches recorded between 1996 and 1998 which waves no faithfulness to any one genre of style. Instead, Russom paints a wild and distorted picture, one that has been replicated these days through labels like LIES or The Trilogy Tapes. This is cutting-edge gear for the time it was recorded, and it's no surprise that it is only now that Russom has been brave enough to resurrect the tapes.
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Here From Where We Are (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: HTH 096. Rel: 13 Jul 18
  1. Log Jam (4:43)
  2. Pith (4:51)
  3. Seed Bank (4:14)
  4. Linnaea (6:58)
  5. At The Edge (4:53)
  6. Conifer (3:03)
  7. Rain Soup (3:15)
  8. Drug The Lake (5:14)
  9. Here From Where We Are (2:55)
Review: Since bursting onto the scene via a series of bustling, bass-heavy and dancefloor-focused 12" singles at the turn of the decade, Pariah (AKA late developer Arthur Cayzar) has been surprisingly quiet. It turns out he was ridden with angst about the music he was making and unsure of which direction to take. As this long-awaited - and, we should add, rather brilliant - debut album proves, he's final found inner peace. "Here From Where We Are" is, first and foremost, a home listening album. It contains gentle, evocative and slowly shifting electronic soundscapes that largely look towards ambient, neo-classical, drone and dub techno for inspiration. There's no speaker-busting sub-bass explosions or riotous peak-time rhythms, just becalmed and stunningly beautiful compositions that are in turns spellbinding, melancholic and hugely poignant.
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Afro Rock (reissue) (heavyweight vinyl LP)
Cat: BEWITH 058LP. Rel: 22 May 19
  1. Heavy Water (3:16)
  2. Ice Breaker (3:50)
  3. Solid Satin (2:13)
  4. Punch Bowl (2:39)
  5. Frozen Steam (3:36)
  6. Black Light (2:39)
  7. Range Rover (3:28)
  8. Swamp Fever (2:09)
  9. Safari So Good (1:56)
  10. Survival (2:51)
  11. Afro Waltz (2:38)
  12. Sahara Sunrise (3:01)
  13. Rockin Rhino (2:26)
  14. Heat Haze (2:50)
  15. Afro Metropolis (2:37)
Review: Originally produced in 1973 as a split LP by guitarist Alan Parker on the first side, and composer John Cameron on the second, this album is one of the KPM 1000 Series twelve inch long playing transcription discs - produced especially for the film, television and radio industries to the highest standards. Eloquently described as "hard afro pop featuring a large percussive rhythm section and front line", it was recorded at Morgan Studios by the pair as a collection of stripped-down African rhythms, virtuoso jazz instrumentation, fuzzed up wah wah guitars and spaced out library breaks. As Cameron himself described it in Unusual Sounds, this is "heavy duty drum-and-bass salsa music".
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Gilga III (LP in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: HIDDENHAWAIIGILGA 3/6. Rel: 28 Apr 15
  1. Tape 1 (14:58)
  2. Tape 2 (20:32)
Review: Hidden Hawaii's Gilga offshoot - which was inaugurated with a fine EP by the great Legowelt - returns with their third release and this time it's by newcomer Parlament Der Fische, who delivers a fresh and provocative take on electronica. "Tape 1" is broken, jarring and barely held together by a swarm of metallic percussion and ultra-compressed kicks running in its underbelly. On the flipside, "Tape 2" unleashes a punishing low-end beneath aqueous synths and submerged melodies in what is surely the EP's finest moment. Dubby, abstract, dark and utterly recommended.
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Played by: Debukas, 3.14, Lumitecc
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  1. Soleils #01 (2:42)
  2. Soleils #02 (2:45)
  3. Soleils #03 (4:04)
  4. Soleils #04 (2:08)
  5. Soleils #05 (2:28)
  6. Soleils #06 (3:09)
  7. Soleils #07 (0:15)
  8. Soleils #08 (0:22)
  9. Soleils #09 (0:23)
  10. Soleils #10 (0:18)
  11. Soleils #11 (0:18)
  12. Soleils #12 (0:20)
  13. Soleils #13 (0:13)
  14. Soleils #14 (0:11)
  15. Soleils #15 (0:09)
  16. Soleils #16 (0:14)
  17. Soleils #17 (0:43)
  18. Soleils #18 (0:53)
  19. Soleils #19 (0:40)
  20. Soleils #20 (0:42)
  21. Soleils #21 (2:04)
  22. Soleils #22 (2:15)
  23. Soleils #23 (6:31)
  24. Soleils #24 (0:18)
  25. Soleils #25 (0:39)
  26. Soleils #26 (0:21)
  27. Soleils #27 (0:23)
  28. Brulure #01 (2:35)
  29. Brulure #02 (1:31)
  30. Brulure #03 (0:26)
  31. Brulure #04 (1:01)
  32. Brulure #05 (0:31)
  33. Brulure #06 (0:34)
  34. Brulure #07 (0:45)
  35. Brulure #08 (1:03)
  36. Brulure #09 (1:12)
  37. Brulure #10 (1:00)
  38. Brulure #11 (0:42)
  39. Brulure #12 (1:08)
  40. Brulure #13 (0:58)
  41. Brulure #14 (0:40)
  42. Brulure #15 (0:32)
  43. Brulure #16 (0:45)
  44. Brulure #17 (1:21)
  45. Brulure #18 (0:10)
  46. Brulure #19 (1:12)
  47. Brulure #20 (0:14)
  48. Brulure #21 (0:52)
  49. Brulure #22 (0:17)
  50. Brulure #23 (0:15)
  51. Brulure #24 (0:51)
  52. Brulure #25 (1:20)
  53. Brulure #26 (0:30)
  54. Brulure #27 (0:14)
  55. Brulure #28 (0:44)
  56. Brulure #29 (3:46)
Review: Swiss label WRWTFWW has scored something of a coup here, securing the rights to release two near mythical film soundtracks by legendary experimentalist composer and music concrete artist Bernard Parmegiani. The soundtracks themselves were originally composed for a pair of experimental films (1972's "Les Soleils de L'Ike de Paque" and 1965's "La Brulure de Mille Soleils") whose hallucinatory approach to cinematography offered Parmegiani a chance to let his imagination run wild. The results are predictably out-there and inspired, sitting somewhere between the Radiophonic Workshop, Stockhausen and the cutting-edge pioneering electronica of American composer Morton Subotnick.
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Rock (Soundtrack) (LP with obi strip)
Cat: TRS 01. Rel: 11 Oct 17
  1. Generique (2:19)
  2. Depart (1:45)
  3. Rencontre Brisson (2:33)
  4. Serge Sur L'ile (2:27)
  5. Filature (1:10)
  6. Theme Alba & Serge (1:30)
  7. Chef Charon (1:36)
  8. Poursuite (1:38)
  9. La Lettre De Lola (2:10)
  10. Depart 2 (1:29)
  11. Serge Assomme (3:53)
  12. Deux Rockers (0:59)
  13. Chef Charon 2 (2:15)
  14. Grand Mere Antoine (0:30)
  15. Sortie Ccafe Sous La Pluie (1:32)
  16. Alba & Serge (1:24)
  17. Separt Serge (1:45)
  18. Serge & Lola (1:06)
  19. Generique De Fin (2:11)
Review: Bernard Parmegiani was a French composer best known for his electronic or acousmatic music that passed away in 2013. Here Transversales Disques present a previously unreleased soundtrack of the 1982 film 'Rock' directed by Michel Treguer. Born in 1940, Treuger is a television producer, radio producer, journalist and writer also known for the popular early '90s television series 'Les compagnons de l'aventure'. Enjoy this limited edition remaster from the original tapes. Exclusive liner notes plus artwork by Jean-Philippe Talaga. Licensed from Claude Anne Parmegiani. Parmegiani has been cited as a major influence by the likes of Aphex Twin, Autechre and Sonic Youth.
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Periphera (hand stamped vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ISLE 008. Rel: 25 Jun 19
  1. Dream Reveal (5:56)
  2. Aun Cyc (4:40)
  3. Metaxy (5:16)
  4. Montoon (4:31)
  5. Protae (5:46)
  6. Ken World (3:31)
  7. Purlo (5:46)
  8. Energen (6:14)
Review: 12th Isle's latest must-check release comes from Pataphysical, a shadowy outfit helmed by Camilo Tirado whose "imaginary solutions in sound" have previously appeared on Betwixt & Between Tapes. It's a quietly impressive debut album all told - a dreamy, drowsy and gently undulating journey through fluid synthesizer refrains, heady ambient electronics, drifting lead lines, effects-laden aural textures and atmospheric soundscapes that becalms and beguiles at every turn. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the dubbed-out pulse of "Montoon" and broken computer-in-dub oddness of "Ken World", to the sparkling bliss of "Metaxy" and clandestine weirdness of "Energen".
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Cat: FTS 3LP. Rel: 16 Jun 17
  1. Muntanyes De Granit (10:37)
  2. El Vell Rei De La Serp (13:17)
  3. Jardins Aquatics (5:57)
  4. Nits De Cristall (10:33)
  5. La Nave De Los Argonautas (6:37)
Review: Originally out in 1987 through the Grabaciones Accidentales label, Pep Llopis' Poiemusia La Nau Dels Argonautes has remind something of a mecca among the more avid experimental diggers out there. The Spanish keyboard player and vocalist was a bit of a pioneer in his days, but it's only in more recent years that his name has proliferated across the electronic scene, and it's thanks to labels like Freedom To Spend that we are able to enjoy this music in its original format (and not have to pay some serious bucks on the second-hand market!). The LP itself is a wonderful excursion through vast, dream-like polyphonies that manage to create a world of their own. Much like the soundtracks of vintage games like Zelda, this album is in a category of its own, blending different, liquid-like synths with a charm that is rare to find elsewhere. Pensive, introspective but altogether euphoric, Llopis' music is an absolute pleasure to listen to. This is a special one - act fast!
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Scerizza (limited white & blue marbled vinyl LP)
Cat: AR 015MARBLE. Rel: 15 Apr 19
  1. Coro Di Nava (1:57)
  2. Scerizza (Parte 1) (5:10)
  3. Cocoon Star (Parte 1) (2:29)
  4. Cocoon Star (Parte 2) (4:31)
  5. La Danza Dei Pulcini (2:53)
  6. Sorpresa (5:30)
  7. Scerizza (Parte 2) (6:58)
  8. Scerizza (Parte 3) (4:21)
  9. Canzone Di Maggio (3:56)
  10. Al Contadino Non Far Sapere Quanto Sei Cretino (5:33)
  11. Sorpresa (Versione 3) (3:40)
Review: Prime diggers of obscure gems Archeo set their sights on this stunning new age curio from the late 70s. Pepe Maina released two albums in his late 70s heyday, and it's the second of these, "Scerizza", that gets a long overdue polish up. This is far from one dimensional wallpaper music - the sonic range covers choral pieces, delicate melodic meanderings, gamelan-esque refrains, Fourth World incantations and more besides. There's even some sweet synth jams to melt into, ensuring there's something for everyone to get into. Fans of Jon Hassell, Daniel Schmidt or Laraaji should sink very easily into this rich, multifaceted album.
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Played by: Manu•Archeo
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Scerizza (limited LP)
Cat: AR 015. Rel: 15 Apr 19
  1. Coro Di Nava (1:56)
  2. Scerizza (Parte 1) (5:11)
  3. Cocoon Star (Parte 1) (2:31)
  4. Cocoon Star (Parte 2) (4:27)
  5. La Danza Dei Pulcini (2:53)
  6. Sorpresa (5:30)
  7. Scerizza (Parte 2) (6:58)
  8. Scerizza (Parte 3) (4:24)
  9. Canzone Di Maggio (3:59)
  10. Al Contadino Non Far Sapere Quanto Sei Cretino (5:33)
  11. Sorpresa (Versione 3) (3:44)
Review: Prime diggers of obscure gems Archeo set their sights on this stunning new age curio from the late 70s. Pepe Maina released two albums in his late 70s heyday, and it's the second of these, "Scerizza", that gets a long overdue polish up. This is far from one dimensional wallpaper music - the sonic range covers choral pieces, delicate melodic meanderings, gamelan-esque refrains, Fourth World incantations and more besides. There's even some sweet synth jams to melt into, ensuring there's something for everyone to get into. Fans of Jon Hassell, Daniel Schmidt or Laraaji should sink very easily into this rich, multifaceted album.
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Operasjon Cobra aka Operation Cobra (Soundtrack) (limited LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MM 02. Rel: 10 Apr 18
  1. Apningstema (1:58)
  2. Commando (1:47)
  3. Guttene Pa Sletta (1:08)
  4. Ingen Summerone (0:34)
  5. Arim Signaliserer (0:26)
  6. Gisler (0:39)
  7. Terrorister (0:38)
  8. Hjemme Fra Skolen (1:10)
  9. Rock Pa Rommet (1:33)
  10. Dragejakten (5:07)
  11. Gardsplassen (2:42)
  12. Morse (1:27)
  13. Finlandshette (0:30)
  14. Sykler I Snoen (0:41)
  15. Tomgods (1:39)
  16. Fornebu (0:27)
  17. Purken Kommer (0:35)
  18. Tema Fra Operasjon Cobra (1:47)
Review: The Moving Music label continues to unearth some ridiculously odd and inspired Norwegian movie soundtracks. Their latest is taken from 1978's Operasjon Cobra, a "youth movie" with a plot that involves a group of Oslo teenagers foiling a terror plot. The soundtrack, which appears to be one of the first to be completed by obscure Norwegian composer (and former prog rocker) Pete Knutsen, flits between Blaxploitation-inspired jazz-funk, cheery, horn-and-Clavinet-heavy post-disco instrumentals, experimental jazz, creepy synthesizer soundscapes, jazz guitar-rich ambient and heavy funk-rock. Throughout, the production is admirably lo-fi, with Knutsen keeping the tracks largely free of effects or post-production trickery.
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Devour (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SBR 226LP. Rel: 30 Aug 19
  1. Homeostasis (4:07)
  2. Spit It Out (7:33)
  3. Self-Regulating System (6:23)
  4. Deprivation (7:52)
  5. Pristine Panic/Cheek By Jowl (10:14)
Review: Margaret Chardiet's semi-regular album outings as Pharmakon are always worth a listen, if only to recoil at the intensity of her unsettling blends of buzzing industrial noise, paranoid vocal screams, throbbing aural textures, forthright mangled guitar riffs and rusty, razor-sharp power electronics. "Devour" is the artist's fourth album for Sacred Bones and her first new set for two years. It explores similar sonic territory to its predecessors, offering claustrophobic, mind-mangling soundscapes that are creepy, disturbed, awe-inspiring and sonically challenging in equal measures. In some ways, calling out individual tracks as highlights seems pointless: this is a singular, ever-changing work that sees Chardiet escort us on a nightmarish journey through experimental extremes.
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Devour (coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: SBR 226LPC1. Rel: 30 Aug 19
  1. Homeostasis (2:00)
  2. Spit It Out (2:00)
  3. Self-Regulatingsystem (2:00)
  4. Deprivation (7:52)
  5. Pristine Panic/Cheek By Jowl (10:14)
Review: Margaret Chardiet's semi-regular album outings as Pharmakon are always worth a listen, if only to recoil at the intensity of her unsettling blends of buzzing industrial noise, paranoid vocal screams, throbbing aural textures, forthright mangled guitar riffs and rusty, razor-sharp power electronics. "Devour" is the artist's fourth album for Sacred Bones and her first new set for two years. It explores similar sonic territory to its predecessors, offering claustrophobic, mind-mangling soundscapes that are creepy, disturbed, awe-inspiring and sonically challenging in equal measures. In some ways, calling out individual tracks as highlights seems pointless: this is a singular, ever-changing work that sees Chardiet escort us on a nightmarish journey through experimental extremes.
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Voice Hardcore (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: MKY 023. Rel: 07 Feb 18
  1. Cloudy Day (7:50)
  2. Just A Familiar Face (6:56)
  3. Scat (3:59)
  4. White Lounge, So Bright (6:35)
  5. In The Doghouse (6:07)
  6. Sonic Morning (7:02)
Review: Living legend Phew follows up her brilliant Light Sleep album with another masterwork entitled Voice Hardcore, for New York City based Mesh Key. Phew's career began in the 70s when she fronted Osaka punk group Aunt Sally - who released one album on Vanity Records in 1979. Ryuichi Sakamoto produced Phew's first solo release in 1980, and in 1981 Pass Records issued her debut LP: a classic featuring Holger Czukay and Jaki Liebezeit of Can, with Conny Plank. She's since collaborated with members of DAF, Einsturzende Neubauten, Boredoms and more. Comprised entirely of her iconic, instantly recognizable voice, it is twisted, folded and layered over six mesmerizing tracks.
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High End (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: NNA 070. Rel: 03 Jul 14
  1. Wrecked
  2. User Experience
  3. Work
  4. Contact
  5. OOF
  6. Debt
Review: Stepping up to NNA Tapes once again, Phork brings some of that leftfield alchemy that makes his releases stand out from the crowd, moving between oddball beat constructions and awkward noise. "Wrecked" moves through spacious ethnic tones and strange displaced vocal pulses with a complete disregard for convention, while "User Experience" opts for abrasive buzzing tones and unidentifiable found sounds before "Work" ramps up the bass for a curious half-step electro number. "Contact" has a more accessible tone in the shape of its central chord, but around flit sounds that would make sense in an Art Of Noise record. "Oof" brings more of the tonal studying to the fore, and "Debt" gets into a slow but fulsome electro twist-up.
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The Endless River (gatefold 180 gram vinyl 2xLP + booklet)
Cat: 082564 6215478. Rel: 07 Nov 14
  1. Things Left Unsaid
  2. It's What We Do
  3. Ebb & Flow
  4. Sum
  5. Skins
  6. Unsung
  7. Anisina
  8. The Lost Art Of Conversation
  9. On Noodle Street
  10. Night Light
  11. Allons-y (1)
  12. Autumn '68
  13. Allons-y (2)
  14. Talkin' Hawkin
  15. Calling
  16. Eyes To Pearls
  17. Surfacing
  18. Louder Than Words
Review: Arriving some twenty years after the last Pink Floyd album proper, 1994's The Division Bell, this new offering - which stands to be their last ever - apparently functions as both a swansong for their enormously influential outfit and a tribute to late keyboard player Rick Wright. Constructed partly from demos for the aforementioned album, as well as recordings from as far back as 1968, it somehow manages to showcase the closest the band has come to the classic Floydian sound in decades. Indeed, replete with Gilmour's soaring leads and ambient dreamscapes, it frequently recalls the heralded days of 'Wish You Were Here' amidst an atmosphere of beatific melancholy. If this is the moment that the rock giants choose to bow out, their legions of fans can rest assured they're doing so with both grace and style.
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Played by: Mocambo
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May/Atra (LP limited to 200 copies)
Cat: PITPV 002. Rel: 20 Sep 19
  1. Respiration (1:00)
  2. Moss Detail (8:54)
  3. Sixth Hour Bloom (5:35)
  4. Grane (4:12)
  5. Echelle (3:02)
  6. Kit (5:40)
  7. Hiems (5:32)
  8. Perfect Parallax (6:21)
Review: Ambient label and blog Past Inside The Present here present their first album from Benoit Pioulard, an American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and photographer who has long been making his own field recordings and lo-fi compositions. His past tapes have become hugely sought after and albums on Kranky and Moodgadget are not far behind. "May/Atra" is beautiful and cathartic, a place for lost souls to drift amongst dusty soundscapes that evoke nostalgic memories. It's music for day dreamers and those happy to get lost in their own thoughts while being nudged along by these emotional aural cues.
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Polymer (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WARPLP 303. Rel: 07 Jun 19
  1. Meds Fade (3:12)
  2. Los (4:50)
  3. Maru (4:44)
  4. Ops (4:14)
  5. Drowned Sea (4:47)
  6. The Pale Moth (4:53)
  7. Dancers (4:59)
  8. Nurula (3:57)
  9. Recall (3:07)
  10. All To Get Her (3:15)
  11. Dust (2:19)
  12. Crown Shy (3:51)
  13. Praze (3:59)
Review: As Warp gears up to celebrate its 30th birthday, it seems fitting that the label should be putting out a fresh album from one of its longest serving artists. As Plaid, Andy Turner and Ed Handley played a significant role in defining the label's approach to electronic music during the "Artificial Intelligence" era in the mid 1990s. All these years on, they're still capable of crafting fizzing, melodious, off-kilter electronic listening music that defies lazy categorization. "Polymer" is a hugely enjoyable and entertaining set, with highlights including the jumpy beats, post-electro melodies and mind-altering acid lines of "Los", the metallic bounce of "Maru" - a kind of twisted take on Afro-tech that's amongst their most club-ready cuts of recent times - and the disturbed, Autechre-style clang of "Recall".
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Galop (LP + insert 再出版)
Cat: DE 086. Rel: 07 Oct 19
  1. An Unsolved Exercise In Physics (3:56)
  2. What's New Pussy Cat? (3:41)
  3. And We Hear "I Love You" (2:38)
  4. Markos (3:34)
  5. Love In Summer (4:36)
  6. Rumanian Immigrants (3:11)
  7. Liqueur (1:29)
  8. Witches (2:43)
  9. The Number 9 (3:57)
  10. Bloody Shadows From Afar (3:04)
  11. Gallop (4:01)
Review: By now, we've come accustomed to Dark Entries digging deep to find curious material to reissue. Even so, few would have expected them to turn to the Greek synth-pop/new wave scene for inspiration. Gallop, the sixth album from Greek musician Lena Platonos, originally came out back in 1985. It remains an impressive, if unusual, set, with Platonos variously speaking and singing over backing tracks that veer between spooky, piano-laden oddities, sparse but seductive drum machine grooves and thrillingly spaced-out synth-scapes. Those without a grasp of Greek will no doubt wonder what she's musing on, but in many ways it doesn't matter; aesthetically, Gallop is a thrillingly imaginative and out-there album worthy of further investigation.
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