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1
It Just Happened EP
Cat: NG 148. Rel: 20 Feb 24
It Just Happened (6:36)
Crew Thing (6:14)
House Music Transcends (6:27)
Review: Steve Bug is going on 30+ years of writing electronic music and travelling the world as a top DJ with no signs of letting up. It Just Happened is his latest and finds its way to the legendary and iconic Nu Groove records. It must be daunting to release music on such an amazing label. 'It Just Happened' has all the makings of a classic worthy enough for the Nu Groove logo. Veteran Cle who has worked on many projects with Steve is featured here as well. For those that really know Steve Bug's background, they know he is equally involved in house music as he is with techno. Tracks like 'Crew Thing' show his ability to make a standout house track while 'House Music Transcends' closes things out with your hands in the air. We respect Steve Bug so much for his work over the years. When he is old skool mode like he is on this EP, you just have to say respect to the man. Respect!
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Tags: Acid House
 in stock $15.29
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Boom
Boom (12")
Cat: CS 040. Rel: 26 Feb 24
Boom (5:25)
Toxic (5:44)
Toxic (alternative mix) (6:41)
Review: When not knocking it out of the park with his garage alias Instinct, James Burnham is somehow also managing to find time to revert to his original Burnski moniker and the minimal and tech sounds with which he first made his name. On this latest 12" via his own Constant Sound label, 'Boom' is a rude boy jam for sure - the filthy bass and low-end wobble are accompanied by ragga vocals up top. 'Toxic' is a more straight-up tech pumper with slinky hi-hat designs, smart filters and bass-driven drums. As always with this powerhouse, the subtle production details really elevate this one into a standout cut.
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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $12.92
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Giant Steps EP
Cat: DMT 015. Rel: 15 Jan 24
Naminus (5:21)
Buzz Cracked (5:57)
Switch The B (7:04)
Review: Brawther and Tristan Da Cunha's Dungeon Meat label is back with another massive platter of heavyweight house, this time from Dutchman Dennis Quin. He wastes no time in getting down to business with 'Naimus' layering up rock-solid kicks and steel-sharpened hi-hats with yelping vocal stabs for an energetic rave-up. After that comes the equally high octane and sweat-inducing 'Buzz Cracked' before 'Switch The B' brings a raw and naughty hint of garage swing to its monstrous drums. These tunes have already been road tested at places like NYC Downlow and Houghton Festival to great effect, so there is no doubting their ability to make an indelible mark.
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Tags: UK Garage
 in stock $16.87
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Breaks Away
Cat: PILOT 14. Rel: 12 Feb 24
North Phase - "Breaks Away" (5:06)
North Phase - "Sound Connection" (6:10)
ADR - "Ned Flanders Hot Chocolate" (5:52)
ADR - "Comet Relief" (6:26)
Review: North Phase and ADR share duties on this four track split EP, each dropping two tracks, although all four of them are firm dancefloor-filling candidates. North Face's 'Breaks Away' adds a few retro rave flourishes to a beat that's a distant cousin of Zinc's '138 Trek' and a bouncy, bumping bass holding the whole thing together. 'Sound Connection' has a hypnotic charm that nods to Fluke and early Underworld, although choppier and less linear in rhythmic approach. Aside from being probably the best named track we've come across in 2023 so far, ADR's 'Ned Flanders Hot Chocolate' is skippy enough to be 4x4 garage but with its scratched asides and cheeky, funky b-line has a unique personality, while 'Comet Relief' nods to the progressive house of the early 90s with an unexpected xylophone-like twist. It's all good, as they used to say.
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LL 003
LL 003 (12")
Cat: LL 003. Rel: 12 Feb 24
Approaching The Peak (7:16)
My Machine Walks (6:31)
Return To The Summit (6:35)
Over Cloud (5:59)
Review: Lion & Lamb is the pub turned cult club in London that hosts special sessions from some of London's key electronic tastemakers such as Craig Richards, Radioactive Man, Butter Side Up and plenty more. In 2020 it launched a label that is as just as essential and Henry Hyde is next up complete the one release a year schedule it has favoured so far. He offers four tracks of froward thinking tech house starting with the full throttle funk of 'Approaching The Peak' then much more dubby and stripped back 'My Machine Walks'. 'Return To The Summit' takes off into the cosmos on fluttering synth leads and 'Over Cloud' is the trippiest of the lot with watery droplets and crispy percussion.
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Night Fall
Cat: PRTR 29. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Service Chamber (7:15)
Deep Tech (6:58)
Acid Matrix (7:21)
Review: The first part of a two-part release for Sushitech's sub label Pariter, with Chicago second generation house hero Boo Williams joining the likes of Delano Smith and Norm Talley on the roster for 'Night Fall', the partner 12" to the simultaneously released 'Day Rise'. It features three tracks, all of which fit the mold of early evening classics. 'Acid Matrix' has an early Detroit feel to its raw machine handclap snares and panther-like, stalking bassline, while 'Deep Tech' might be geographically closer to late 80s, early 90s Yorkshire, a compulsive funkiness emerging from its bleepcentric soundscape. 'Service Chamber' is sleeker and more mellow, telephone dial tones spiralling off into the ether while tinkling, xylophone-sounded keys play hypnotically. Choice, quality material that will help any DJ to subtly pick the pace up as the sun falls.
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Acid Test 01.1 (reissue)
Cat: ACIDTEST 011. Rel: 28 Feb 24
Nonneo (5:08)
Mystified Acid (2024 rework) (6:55)
Nonneo (Donato Dozzy remix) (7:32)
Love & Sex Acid (5:52)
Review: Tin Man has been on a mission to find the human heart in his machines for many years now and it all started with Acid Test 01.1. This vintage package now gets reissued on his home label Acid Test and it is as alluring and heady now as it was back then, first time around. The way he bends and blends his 303, smears it across the subtle, soft, deep house and techno drums and allows it to make a lasting, lingering impression is second to none on the opener. From there a 2024 rework ups the energy slightly and then a Donato Doozy rework gets even deeper before 'Love & Sex Acid' closes in a warming fashion.
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Played by: Man Power
Tags: Acid House
 in stock $14.24
8
Chicago At Midnight (feat Delano Smith mix)
Cat: PRTR 28. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Cagomi (Delano Smith remix) (7:01)
Cagomi (Reshape) (6:47)
Fenders (6:04)
Review: Goettingen's long standing dub techno servant XDB takes us to Chicago At Midnight with this new 12" on Pariter. 'Fenders' is one and is a deliciously elastic rhythm with rolling kick drums setting a hypnotic groove as the bubbly synths rise up through the mix. 'Cagomi', more edgy and amped up with gritty hits and swaying bass, gets a new lease of life after first surfacing on XDB's Metrolux Music back in 2009. The same cut gets a remix from Delano Smith that's more rooted to the floor in the Detroit man's usual textbook style. A classy outing from all, then.
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The Incident (Expanded Edition) (remastered)
Cat: ML 2313. Rel: 23 Feb 24
The Incident (Raw mix) (6:13)
The Incident (Smooth & Free mix) (5:02)
The Incident (Wet Dream mix) (5:43)
The Incident (Seduction mix) (5:02)
The Incident (Prototype 1) (5:07)
Review: Che dropped this x-rated EP back in 1994 with production from the one and only Mr Fingers himself. It came with a warning about the scene expressed in the recording being "a fantasy in the age of promiscuity" and advice to "always wear a condom''. The four cuts are hardcore deep house with classic Heard synths and chords which originally came with four mixes on Trackmode Recordings. They are all included next to a newly unearthed version from the archives of Alleviated and each of them hits a super sweet spot where cosmic pads and dynamic drums meet in harmony under the sleazy vocals.
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T Total
T Total (12")
Cat: PILOT 13. Rel: 15 Jan 24
T Total (6:19)
Aphrodite Curse (6:49)
With Me (6:26)
Keep It (7:06)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: The rather naughty Pilot label is back and ready to take you on a trip to the heart of the dancefloor here as Wodda steps up with more fresh garage, minimal and tech fusions. 'T Total' is a perfectly infectious swinger with rasping bass notes and crisp percussion that will get faces screwed up and floors pumping. 'Aphrodite Curse' picks up with more damn sexy sound designs and super silky grooves that will take any crowd for a cruise. There is some bright and old school piano action to 'With Me' while 'Keep It' then offers a turbocharged future house excursion that is all about the good times.
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Tags: Minimal | UK Garage
 in stock $12.88
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Eastside EP
Cat: AR 019. Rel: 19 Feb 24
You Always Hank Bank One Time (7:32)
Another Spring Lover (6:30)
I'm Gonna Be The Everything (6:20)
Slick Nickle Pladium Investment (4:19)
Review: Adeen Records is on a roll right now and this time out they welcome the Detroit hero that is Marcellus Pittman for a new and beguiling four-track 12". Known for his work with The 3 Chairs collective as well as his solo jams, this Motor City mainstay opens up with 'You Always Hank Bank One Time' which is a real mental maze of rickety loops and blurts of degraded synth. 'Another Spring Lover' is another rusty and lo-fi piece of archetypal Detroit house that is very clearly machine music but with a unique sense of human soul. 'I'm Gonna Be The Everything' is a raw drum track with sparse, heartwarming chords and 'Slick Nickle Pladium Investment' is a knackered downbeat hip-hop closer. Magnificent.
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Casino Classix (reissue)
Cat: IFACH 011. Rel: 26 Feb 24
Ringer (7:06)
Hoppa (2:45)
Hot Pot (6:01)
Beach Club (4:39)
Review: Casino Classix is one of several aliases for legendary minimal man Baby Ford. Here it is also the name of a four-track EP that finds the long time UK underground operative working alongside fellow British techno luminary Mark Broom on a quartet of devastating cuts. 'Ringer' opens up with some dark and nimble baselines darting about beneath a dense layer of percussion and FX. 'Hoppa' is then a more precise and minimalist cut with wonky bass snaking down low beneath the icy hi-hats and jumbled toms. There is a warm dub depth to 'Hot Pot' to kick off the flip and 'Beach Club' shuts down with a restless mix of synth daubs and deft percussion over an ice cold groove.


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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $15.29
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Day Rise
Day Rise (12")
Cat: PRTR 30. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Talley Up (6:52)
The Take Over (6:32)
Teleport (6:46)
Review: Boo Williams is in good company appearing here on Sushitech's sub label Pariter where he joins the illustrious likes of Delano Smith and Norm Talley in its ranks. You wait for a Boo Williams record and then, of course, two come along, 'Day Rise' being accompanied by the simultaneously released 'Night Fall', each with their own corresponding vibe. 'Day Rise' is definitely more upbeat of the two but it's a subtle distinction - it's certainly not full of 4AM bangers designed to keep you awake until the busses start running again. 'Talley Up' is a very straight forward affair, circling around a two note synth riff and gradually building percussion. 'The Take Over' is similarly spritely, another builder with crashing cymbals, jazzy chords and drum machine tumbles steadily building an insurmountable wall of funkiness. Breezy, bumping closer 'Teleport' completes the set, meaning three ultra-handy, raw but sophisticated tunes that house and techno DJs alike will find slipping into their sets with a natural ease.
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Bohrium White 002
Bohrium White 002 (hand-stamped 180 gram vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: BHRW 002. Rel: 28 Feb 24
Track 1 (8:00)
Track 2 (8:01)
Track 3 (7:34)
Track 4 (8:20)
Review: Bohrium was set up in 2020 with the Empirical Test VA 12", which helped set out the label's stall and introduce a few emergent names as part pf the extended family. Since then, the focus has shifted to an anonymous white label series which adds a touch of mystery to the accomplished strain of minimal tech house contained within. This latest release touches on prog house in its warm yet moody melodic content and an overall subdued, immersive atmosphere. There are other elements of intrigue floating into the mix too, from outernational mysticism to modular synth tweaking, with the insistent groove a reliable constant to make sure you know just what to do with this record.
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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $15.81
15
Escape
Escape (gatefold black & red split coloured vinyl 2xLP (indie exclusive))
Cat: IDIB 337X. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Black Latex (4:22)
Telling Me Lies (4:03)
Liquid Dreams (3:02)
Love Is A Crime (3:29)
Zeros (4:17)
Dark Age (2:02)
Haenim (feat Ether) (4:22)
Ghosts (3:36)
Escape (3:32)
The Young & The Restless (2:59)
Days & Nights (3:21)
Broken Windows (4:07)
Friends & Enemies (1:02)
Review: Desire shares Escape, their new album written and recorded in Los Angeles and Palm Springs, California. Inspired by the ultra-vivid world of 1970s giallo films, they wrote the soundtrack of their dreams using their favourite musical instruments: Minikorg, Jupiter 8, 909, Mellotron, Simmons Rhythm Modules, String Machine, a D-50 & Fender Rhodes. Though the set of inspirations are half a century old, the actual sound of this 13 track EBM, Italo and synthpop monster is decidedly contemporary, preferring wompy, sidechainer kick-carriers and basses abuzz, while huge gated impacts collide with steamier intakes of breath and glassy Italo elements. The ineffably laid-back quality of synthwave and pop blends well with the noirer, gothic components and are nicely joined together via the giallo theme.
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 in stock $36.90
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The Chord Chronicles EP
Cat: ADAM 010. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Deepozzarella (7:26)
Chordlift (7:18)
Tension (12:01)
Review: Keeping the house flavour bedded into minimal since the mid 00s, Audio Werner has long perfected a sleek, sublime style which maintains some 20 years in. On this new drop for Adam's Bite he's on superlative form, teasing out the most perfectly sustained double bass groove with just the barest of essentials for company on 'Deepozzarella' and then making everything sound so soulful in the process. 'Chordlift' opts for an airier tone, riding a more fractured groove that kicks tougher than most Audio Werner jams. 'Tension' completes the picture with the kind of subtly giddy roller which could truly take an afters in the stratosphere.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
 in stock $16.62
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Tambores De Poblenou
Tambores De Poblenou (12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: OUT 003. Rel: 28 Feb 24
Zamora (5:35)
Tambores De Poblenou (6:08)
Just Close Your Eyes (5:28)
Just Close Your Eyes (Christian Gleinser remix) (5:44)
Review: As the prog house revolution (or is it an evolution?) continues, more and more new artists and label are emerging to help push the sound forwards. Outside In Spain is one of them which now hits release number three with LVCA in the driving seat. 'Zamora' (which may or may not be named after the former English striker, Bobby) is a nice mid tempo jaunt with pensive pads and soft acid lines. 'Tambores De Poblenou has a tough and rugged electro snap and low end wobble to it and then comes 'Just Close Your Eyes' in two forms on the flip to offer more colourful electronic trips with a motorik kick.
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18
Raw Toolz 1
Cat: CWX 02. Rel: 01 Mar 24
Murky (5:05)
Ruff (6:57)
Jackie (5:28)
Raw (5:11)
Review: D'Julz is a vital veteran of the European underground who continues to serve up the sort of irresistible grooves that both DJs and dancers need in their lives. The Frenchman heads up his own Bass Culture label but here lands on Chiwax with Raw Toolz 1. 'Murky' kicks it off with a sleazy and percussive house cut denied by its unrelenting lead synth sound. 'Ruff' is a physical and gritty tech house cut and 'Jackie' then explores an old school Chicago sound with trippy vocal fragments and plenty of filters. 'Raw' is a pumper with literal bells on for backrooms who want to get sweaty.
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 in stock $14.24
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Closer Energy Remix EP
Cat: BSU 011. Rel: 23 Feb 24
Minilook (Gene On Earth remix) (6:44)
Security (Garrett David remix) (6:33)
Call Me Tonight (Huerta remix) (5:57)
Not Part Of It (OCB remix) (4:09)
Review: Sweely is one of the strongest producers in the European house scene for almost a decade now. This house wizard from Lyon, France has made the rounds on some of the most acclaimed labels during that time. In late 2022 he released his first album Closer Energy. The album is still consistently wowing people and even peers of Sweely. So much so that this EP is now here with key tracks from that release being mixed by artist friends who also are loving the album. Included is the killer, club rocking David Garrett remix of 'Security'. Huerta also gets in on the fun and offers his standout remix of 'Call Me Tonight'. Not to be outdone, OCB's remix of 'Not Part Of It' might be the sleeper of the bunch while Gene On Earth relievers a nice house remix of 'Minilook'. Fans looking for strong club music, look no further than this busy EP
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 in stock $14.24
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I Am A Dancer (remixes)
Cat: SYST 01386. Rel: 29 Feb 24
I Am A Dancer (Marc Romboy & Sinisa Tamamovic mix) (6:55)
I Am A Dancer (Skatman remix) (7:04)
I Am A Dancer (Dense & Pika remix) (5:58)
Review: The already well-travelled 'I Am a Dancer' cut that was originally produced by Marc Romboy and C.A.R. and debuted on Kompakt's acclaimed Total 21 album now undergoes some vibrant transformations with three new mixes. Marc Romboy & Sinisa Tamamovic goes first and make it into a steamy, weighty but deep and pulsing track that drips with sweat and lust. The Skatman remix is much more for the big room with its grinding low ends and epic breakdowns and Dense & Pika then bring some unstoppable and rolling waves of techno power to their version. Cheers.
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 in stock $22.94
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001
001 (12")
Cat: 001. Rel: 01 Mar 24
Kryptonight (7:16)
Grammy (7:09)
Stereo Solitude (5:34)
Phantone Zone (8:26)
Review: Under the border umbrella of the Yoyaku crew, Kord El makes a strong debut appearance with this first EP on Superbanger. The vibe on the record is instantly detectable as balmy, trippy tech house which stays on the subtle side of the trance spectrum and lets the groove take centre stage. 'Kryptonight' is a swirling, hazy mind warp peppered with samples and hypnotic chimes, anchored by the warmest of basslines. 'Grammy' is a slightly techier, dubbier affair for when the party's fired up a notch, and 'Stereo Solitude' plays around with breaks in a delicate fashion for maximum rolling effect. 'Phantone Zone' slips a little 303 into the soup, and makes it sound wholly natural in another prime slice of contemporary wigged-out house.
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Tags: Tech House
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Sundials EP
Sundials EP (12" 再出版)
Cat: B2R 011. Rel: 12 Jan 24
Sundials (feat Nathan Haines) (6:29)
Second Nature (5:59)
Gotta Let It Go (5:49)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Lisbon-based Frenchman Brawther, who is also one-half of Dungeon Meat for more raw grooves, shows off his mastery of deep house on this fresh new EP for B2 Recordings. 'Sundials' (feat Nathan Haines) immediately soothes the soul with its lunging chords and seductive sax lines. Occasional female coos add further lushness to this most heartwarming of tunes. 'Second Nature' has a little more height and drive to it but again the drums are warm and fuzzy, the chords smeared in artful ways and the overall vibe utterly heady. Last of all is the bubbly and dubby 'Gotta Let It Go' with its bottomless depths and chords that melt off into an infinite horizon. Gorgeous stuff from this always quality artist.

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Flat Beat
Flat Beat (12")
Cat: F104. Rel: 20 Mar 99
Flat Beat
Monday Massacre
Sick Dog Try To Speak
 in stock $7.64
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Vibrations EP
Cat: FUSE 056. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Vibrations (6:55)
Infinite Function (7:25)
Original Sin (8:12)
Vibrations (Malin Genie remix) (5:06)
Review: Fuse is one of those labels and parties that has a very distinctive sound and hardcore following for it. Spearheaded by Enzo Siracusa and now a real institution of the underground, here it looks to Admnti for three fresh new sounds. 'Vibrations' is kinetic future music that twists together wiry synths and tight tech drums into something irresistible. 'Infinite Function' is another brilliantly infectious mix of tech and dub that makes for high-speed groove-thrills and 'Original Sin' then takes a more spaced-out approach with warped acid lines. Malin Genie remixes the opener with a cool sense of deep house smoothness.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $14.76
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OMM 007
OMM 007 (limited 180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: OMM 007. Rel: 15 Jan 24
AAA001A (8:14)
BBB001B (8:15)
BBB002B (8:09)
Review: Anyone who has been out dancing recently might well have already heard some of the cuts off this seventh drop from the Only Music Matters crew because it has had early support by [a:rpia:r]. We don't know who is behind the beats but they sure do know their way around a studio: 'AAA001A' is super silky minimal with deft claps and hits scattered over a smooth tech house beat with swirling vocals up top. 'BBB001B' then layers up off-grid hits and tumbling synths, glitchy percussion and a loopy beat into something that is loose yet dynamic and last of all 'BBB002B' takes off on a crushing groove with warped and smeared vocal samples adding some late night trippiness.

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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
 in stock $16.35
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Land Of Lost EP
Cat: X 2401. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Land Of Lost (5:39)
Most Of It (5:31)
Finest Touch (4:53)
Operator Select (5:31)
Review: Bohm is next up to bring his own minimal and tech house perspective to X Masters and does so with a stripped back yet effective style across a quartet of real bumpers. 'Land Of Lost' kick off with a bobbling bassline and old school 90s house chords that bring some intrigue. 'Most Of It' is a little deeper and warmer with a hint of garage skip in the drums and 'Finest Touch' then rides on another nice old school house bassline with with a future cosmic twist in the synths. 'Operator Select' closes out with a nice jumble of percussion and diffuse chords a sublime deep house closer.
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Deep Inside
Deep Inside (180 gram vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: BOND 12073. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Dub Chronicles #6 (7:08)
International Sun Earth Explorer (6:09)
Deep Inside (feat Robert Owens) (6:27)
Promise Street (6:09)
Review: Veteran German producer Sascha Dive is a household name in electronic music. His latest EP 'Deep Inside', is a versatile record that is sure to find a home into many DJ's hands. Kicking things off with the meaty heaviness that is "Dub Chronicles #6". A powerhouse dub related techno track that will push your speakers to the maximum. "International Sun-Earth Explorer" is a deep lush track that gives off a touch of progressive vibes within. Turn the record over for some beautiful house vibes that feature house vocal legend Robert Owens, while closing things out is the tasty offering 'Promise Street'. A seductive B-side option that we feel will be a great alternate choice that really fills out the EP nicely. Sascha Dive is always a name you can trust to bring the quality.
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Direct Cuts EP: Redux
Cat: RB 0021. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Ocha (re-edit) (7:35)
Never (re-edit) (4:22)
Direct Cut (re-edit) (6:47)
Bensono (re-edit) (6:39)
Review: Last year, as Running Back celebrated two decades releasing music, label founder Gerd Janson found himself returning to some of the imprint's earliest EPs. One of those, a wonderfully dusty, nostalgic and atmospheric four-tracker from Mute dating from 2003, seemed ripe for re-editing and "re-imagining", so he's done just that - and in some style. . Janson first takes on 'Ocha', re-inventing is as a dubby, hypnotic chunk of piano-sporting deep house tactility - it's genuinely gorgeous and insanely loved-up - before sprinkling his magic over the ultra-deep, drowsy and languid 'Never'. He emphasises the boogie-influenced elements of Mute's original mix on his version of 'Direct Cut', while the 'Bensono' re-edit cannily blurs the boundaries between cultured disco-house and early 90s Burrell Brothers productions.
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Sonic Boom EP
Sonic Boom EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: DMT 013. Rel: 20 Mar 23
Zest (5:58)
Sonic Boom (6:32)
Dub Analyser (6:35)
Making Moves (6:19)
Review: Tristan da Cunha and Brawther's Dungeon Meat label always serve up the chunkiest cuts of juicy house music. Next to offer up some perfectly tenderized beats is Azaad with the Sonic Boom EP. 'Zest' kicks off with some infectious house swing and great height in the drums, all overlaid with chopped vocals and old school US garage pads. The title cut is more tightly woven and stripped back with alien synth sounds and 'Dub Analyser' then gets raw, percussive, and edgy with its hardcore house sound. The slinkiest of the lot is saved for last with 'Making Moves' getting right under your skin. Great stuff.
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Germination EP
Cat: PRECS 002. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Germination (6:09)
Bless You (5:59)
Deap Of Faith (8:49)
Nano Kitaro Expo (5:34)
Review: The always innovative Tommy Jar Vicari brings more of his well-crafted house sounds to the French label PortaL Recs here. His Germination EP kick off with the title track which is a driving sound with low swinging drums and plenty of watery pads up top. 'Bless You' has more snappy drum work that straightens the back and makes you march. Flip it over and things get more heady and journey into soulful Detroit house territory on 'Deap of Faith' while 'Nano Kitaro Expo' shuts down with some dubby and blissed out depths detailed with rich synth work.
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Played by: Superbreak
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Sounds For A Future World EP
Sounds For A Future World EP (limited hand-numbered hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ETHOS 002. Rel: 26 Feb 24
Dubplates (6:08)
New Life (6:38)
Galactica (2:57)
Fade Out (8:31)
Future World (6:38)
Dreamoon (2:21)
Review: Ethos is a brand new label from Athens that follows up its notable debut with another classy deep house offering from Jose Rico, who has long been synonymous with such things. 'Dubplates' opens up with slow, patient, warming dub house that is lo-fi and coated in misty pads. 'New Life Galactica' is another richly atmospheric deep house sound with muted acid lines and humid chords while 'Fade Out' gets a little more driving with a jumble of woody hits and golden soft focus chords. 'Future World Dreamoon' shuts down with fine broken beats and jazzy synth work for cultured and cosy backrooms.
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Played by: Per Bojsen-Moller
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Showtime EP
Cat: REKIDS 235. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Klashjamz (4:44)
Showtime (4:32)
HighNRG (5:04)
Jazz Ting (4:57)
Review: Mark Broom is one of the mainstays of the global underground. The UK titan has a recognisable take on house and techno genre that is underpinned by slamming kick and that comes to bare once more now as he lands on fellow legend Radio Slave's Rekids label. These four cuts bring a more house feel to start with as 'Klashjamz' layers up disco strings and vocals into something joyous. 'Showtime' has a garage slip to the loopy, silky drum rotations and 'HighNRG' throws it back with big stabs, percussive drums and chopped up vocal shards. 'Jazz Ting' is an aptly named closer with plenty of steamy sax notes of raw, loopy grooves.
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Played by: Fog
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The Wind
The Wind (gold vinyl 12")
Cat: SYNCRO 43. Rel: 15 Feb 24
Wander (5:39)
Hidden Location (5:36)
The Wind (6:15)
Review: Elias Landberg continues to press ahead with the instantly identifiable Skudge sound, where the best of contemporary techno locks in for tight but funky grooves of the highest calibre. It's not often we see the project break away from the self-titled label, but here it's gracing Syncrophone with some of the finest uptempo, deep-diving gear you'll hear all year. 'Wander' has a snappy strut to the beat and lead riff alike, with the drums coming on like uptempo house as much as techno. 'Hidden Location' locks in harder thanks to the enduring creep of the background pads, while 'The Wind' takes on the dubbiest duties as it stretches out across the B-side.
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Played by: Fog
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Philomena 15
Philomena 15 (12" in spot-varnished sleeve 再出版)
Cat: PH 15. Rel: 27 Feb 24
Fever Ray - "Shiver" (Ivory remix) (6:22)
Unknown Artist - "Track 2" (7:36)
Review: Ame's Innervisions label has joined forces with Philomena here for a 15th release in its series. This one kicks off with an Ivory remix of Fever Ray's 'Shiver.' The leftfield electronic artist who is also part of The Knife has a distinctive voice, to say the least, and that shines out here as shimmering chords radiant around it and over a proggy groove. The flip side offers up and unknown artist with 'Track 2' which has a familiarr vocal left to hang in the air above a cold, snappy tech rhythm. It's the sort of quietly anthemic cut Ame are known for dropping at special moments.
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35
Something Else
Something Else (1-sided 12")
Cat: DIGWAH 02. Rel: 20 Dec 16
Something Else (11:22)
Review: Mystery label Digwah debuted in the summer, with a soul soaked trip into minimal techno territory that was supported by Ricardo Villalobos, amongst others. Like that 12", Something Else is a single-sided, hand-stamped affair, with no information given about the identity of the producer (or producers) involved. This cut retains the late night techno vibe of the original, but with percussion and whizzing electronic noises that recall classic tech-house from the likes of Swag, Rob Mello and David Duriez, rather than Berghain-friendly minimalism. The subtle, party-minded approach is confirmed by the use of cut-up vocal samples from Cuba Gooding Jr's "Happiness Is Just Around The Bend", which also featured on Nightmares On Wax's 1990 bleep techno anthem, "Aftermath".
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
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36
Slappery Slope Part 1
Cat: SLPFNK 026. Rel: 26 Feb 24
Not Knew (6:25)
Unofrget U (5:34)
Catcol (4:36)
Pffffff (5:31)
Review: Tommy Vicari Jnr and SlapFunk is a match made in heaven, and finally they're crossing paths after years keeping innovation and flair alive in minimal tech house. This 12" promises to be the first in a series, and it sounds like we're in for a treat. 'Not Knew' is a flamboyant display of cut-up, sample-based house spliced with freaked out synth elements which give everything an alien finish. There's plenty of space for wonky atmospheres and meditative passages, but Vicari's music is about impactful sound design and a mischievous mood first and foremost.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
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Miru Mir
Miru Mir (12")
Cat: PRV 008. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Delaj - "The Path Of Life" (7:05)
Cirkel Square - "Savalas" (7:27)
Nicola Brusegan - "Touch Me" (feat Mariana) (6:53)
Domo - "Settle Down" (6:35)
Review: Here's a new transmission from lesser-known cats operating in the minimal underground. PUNCHIS seem to be committed to keeping things low key and letting the tunes do the talking, which is absolutely fine given the quality of the music contained within. Delaj sets the tone of the record as dubby and moody with the slender minimal breaks of 'The Path of Life' before Cirkel Square offers up a swirling minimal tech house offering with sumptuous synth work to slide your mind into. Nicola Brusegan invites Mariana to lay down some vocals nodding to the mighty Erykah Badu on 'Touch Me', and DOMO rounds the record off with the shuffling, rubbery funk of 'Settle Down'.
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38
Morpheus E
Cat: MORPHEUS 01E. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Placebo (8:16)
Mesmorised (7:39)
Tags: Tech House
 in stock $18.20
39
JS 04
JS 04 (12")
Cat: JS 04. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Scrap (5:50)
Dry Mouth (6:13)
It Is To Be (5:57)
Review: Montreal-based label and production outfit Jump Source keep up the busy work rate hot on the heels of their recent five-track with a new drop. The three tracks here are all very much from the future - opener 'Scrap' is a fizzing, electric, static-laced minimal and tech groove with deft drums and plenty of wonky lines. 'Dry Mouth' gets a little more loose and more fluid but is still built from abstract sound designs and malfunctioning AI takes on techno. Last but not least, 'It Is To Be' brings a little late-night dub warmth to the table.
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40
SLABS 001
SLABS 001 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SLABS 001. Rel: 04 Dec 23
Up Next (5:39)
Beat My Shit (7:05)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Admirably no-nonsense house duo Dungeon Meat kick off a new label here, Slabs, which aims to serve up only the chunkiest hulks of wax aimed squarely at the club. Borren takes charge of the first platter and is the latest fast-rising talent to emerge from the ever-fertile Dutch scene. He has come up on a diet of Bret and Slapfunk parties and that shows in the tunes he presents here. 'Up Next' is heavy but silky, with gliding grooves and splashy cymbals next to cut-up vocals that will amp up any party. 'Beat My Shit' is another no-frills hardcore house assault with drums that have just the right amount of swing under old school chords and busy melodies that never rest. A fine first release.

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A Soundtrack For Strange Times
Cat: AOA 006. Rel: 21 Feb 24
An Unusual Encounter (intro) (2:25)
An Unusual Encounter (8:04)
Going There With Or Without You (9:53)
Firmament (8:30)
Wandering Souls Of Griffintown (6:46)
The Fox & The Lion (7:18)
Strange Times (5:46)
The Soul (The Essence Of Breath) (10:13)
Surrendering To Nothingness (4:38)
In Limbo (6:38)
Turning The Tables (7:31)
The Faded Heart (5:00)
The Time Has Come To Say Goodbye (4:13)
There Is Only One Way To Find Out (10:00)
Review: Marc Leclair may have become best known for his Akufen work in the 00s, but his Horror Inc work is surely some of his finest. Taking the slinky micro house he pioneered and turning it to more cinematic purposes, his last album under the name was 2013's incredible Briefly Eternal on Perlon. Now he revives the project with this expansive suite for Ohm Hourani's Anoma label, which is appropriately tipped towards jazzy subtleties within machine music. With each release, Horror Inc becomes a deeper, subtler concern, and so it goes on this record where the springy, swung patterns are offset by half-hidden melodic murmurs and a generous dose of mystery as Leclair takes his conceptual project further into the realms of playfully spooky micro jazz.
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42
Impact
Impact (pink vinyl 12")
Cat: RNY 041. Rel: 27 Feb 24
Impact (7:00)
Impact (EPAU Sepp X Nu Zau remix) (7:01)
Review: Get your stomping boots on for this new pink 12" from the Revival crew out of New York. Bodeler and Manu Desrets link up for some heavy, straight-up tech that lands hard but with funk. 'Impact' makes just that with its crisp snare hats and thudding kicks all underpinned by a loopy bassline. Some trips out synths break out like fireworks at the midpoint before the tough, stiff, brilliant beats return. EPAU Sepp X Nu Zau remix with a more loose and fluid and freewheeling vibe - claps spin out, basslines bobble and freaky vocals all burst out of the mix. A killer two-tracker, frankly.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
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Overcome/Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)
Cat: TR 11:11. Rel: 21 Apr 23
Overcome (9:00)
Lady Science (NYC Sunrise) (9:22)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Trelik returns with a repackaged edition of one of the catalogue's most treasured releases. "Overcome" and "Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)" need little introduction, and now come sporting the new TR11:11 matrix number. Written and produced by Thomas Melchior and Baby Ford aka Soul Capsule, these tracks came from one of the many sessions recorded at the West London Ifach Studio in 1999. On the A Side "Overcome" is stripped back and energetic, driven by rolling and shuffling garage style beats, tight bubbling bass and atmospheric synth pads. The intermittent vocal samples and the release's signature organ set you up for the flip, "Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)". Possibly one of house music's most emotive pieces, the track builds slowly with the introduction of each part building a story of soulful optimism based around a sparse palette of deep synths, uplifting keys and warm analogue bass. The understated beauty of the main vocal riff never seems to grow old or tired with the track lending itself perfectly to either main room, peak-time play or after-hours sessions alike. Remastered by Rashad at D & M.
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44
Up At Dawn
Cat: CC 04. Rel: 08 Jan 24
Eli Verveine - "Morning Dub" (7:27)
Two Metromaniac Guys - "Execution Error" (6:59)
Tim Jackiw - "Empty Theater" (10:26)
Review: Chateau Chepere's fourth outing is another blissed-out bit of sunrise material that carefully accompanies dancers from a darkened dancefloor out into the light. Zurich's underground mainstay Eli Verveine kicks off with the zoned-out tones and dusty deep house drums of 'Morning Dub' before Andu Simion & Dragos Roban aka Two Metromaniac Guys then comfort with the dubby, lo-fi deep house of 'Execution Error' with its hazy melodies and leggy bass. Australian underground talent Tim Jackiw then brings things back into sharper focus with the crisp dub tech of his classy closer 'Empty Theater'.
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Triumph EP
Cat: PERLON 136. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Triumph (6:16)
Waiting For My Love (5:37)
Close The Door (5:05)
Fear & Madness In The Desert (5:59)
Review: This is the thirrd release by the amazing Italian producer Ivan Iacobucci for the Perlon label. The previous two were so well received, this next one was destined to come out sooner than later. Perlon fans know what to expect from their label of choice and Ivan delivers the goods. Those addictively quirky and fonky jackin' minimal techno jams. The title track is that and then some! We especially like the sexy jam 'Waiting For My Love'. Expect the unexpected when you flip over the record as 'Close the Door' is a full-on acid banger that combines high energy techno into what sounds like a video game soundtrack theme song! Closing things out is the wild sounding 'Fear & Madness in the Desert'. We are smiling at the thought of someone playing out these corkers to audience. Expect to see WTF typefaces everywhere!
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46
Pimping People In High Places (reissue)
Cat: DET 313R. Rel: 29 Jan 24
Pimping People In High Places (Woodword Ave alternative mix) (6:51)
The Medusa Touch (6:51)
Review: The Det 313 label is kicking off the new year with a bang and dropping a pair of brilliant new EPs on the same day in late January. This one is a reissue of the esteemed Gary Martin's 'Pimping People In High Places' on 10". It's the Woodword Ave alternative mix that kicks off and is a rough and ready percussive techno looper with hefty basslines underlapping and propping up the floor. 'The Medusa Touch' is a more wily and synth laced-late night jaunt with mystic energy and acid details that make it a deep and dramatic cut with real dynamism.
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Fires
Fires (12")
Cat: CRM 305. Rel: 14 Feb 24
Fires (7:39)
Fires (Bushwacka's Magic mix) (7:03)
Fires (Victor Calderone & Mykol remix) (6:16)
Fires (dub mix) (7:42)
Review: Damian Lazarus's Crosstown Rebels label has ridden out many different waves of popular sounds and always remained relevant. Right now it looks to Made By Pete for a new 12" that has a gritty, low slung and sleazy tech house vibe. 'Fires' has menacing basslines and steamy vocalisations that make for an unsettling mood. UK tech house titan Bushwacka! then remixes with his signature sense of drive thou with slithy more deep and pensive pads than usual. A dub mix is also included as is a rework from Victor Calderone & Mykol that is full of late night mischief.
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Played by: Superbreak
Tags: Tech House
 in stock $13.45
48
Fresh!!! EP
Fresh!!! EP (hand-stamped 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: DREP 2058. Rel: 14 Feb 24
ND Fresh (7:18)
As You
I Smoke
Review: Texas based producer Ben Hixon has been garnering a wide following with his clever old-skool influenced house tracks. The feature track 'ND Fresh', spreads its' wings over the entire A-side. This house builder has the ability to tear the roof of the party. A strong, tribal and urban builder that creates a scene on the dancefloor. With his background as a multi-instrumentalist and recording engineer, you get an interesting and unique approach on rhythm within the house genre. The two B-sides offer up some great material as well. 'As You' is a soulful stunner that gives off strong deep Chicago vibes. 'I Smoke!!' is the banger of the bunch that will send any party into overdrive. It's great to see and hear someone is making such strong house music from the south there in America. Top Notch!
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Make Me Feel
Cat: COB 19. Rel: 29 Jan 24
Make Me Feel (7:13)
Tribute To Kerri (6:41)
Those Nights (8:11)
Review: Courtesy of Balance is a stamp of deep house authenticity no matter who is behind the beats. In this case, we have a debut appearance from Cordoba-based Argentinian Castoldi. He kicks off with 'Make Me Feel' with lashings of Detroit house stylings and bouncy chord sequences getting you in the groove. 'Tribute To Kerri' has kicks the New Jersey house don would be proud of with plenty of smooth synth additions and then 'Those Nights' is an eight-minute odyssey with crisp percussion and rattling dub chords. A timeless 12" for sure.
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Ya Dig
Ya Dig (limited 12")
Cat: TD 01. Rel: 15 Feb 24
Ya Dig (Kaytronik Revision) (5:29)
Feeling Rite (8:17)
Review: For his latest trick, Karizma has decided to revisit 'Ya Dig', a killer cut from his 2013 album Wall Of Sound. Donning his Kaytronik guise, an alias often used for more tech-tinged (but no less soulful) productions, he delivers a remake rich in woozy, staccato synth sounds, lo-fi electronics, looped vocal snippets, flashes of soulfulness and beats as rubbery and righteous as you'd expect from the master of infectious rhythms. Over on the flip we get the previously unheard 'Feelin' Rite', where pal Osunlade's delay-laden vocals ride a crunchy, loose-limbed Afro-house beat and woozy, warming chords. It's the kind of track that you can get lost in, sonically, but is infectious and dancefloor-friendly enough to encourage proper heads-down dancing.
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