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Cocoon Compilation S (limited yellow vinyl 6xLP box set + unmixed CD + insert)
Cat: CORLP 046. Rel: 28 Aug 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Love Over Entropy - "As If" (8:14)
  2. Stimming - "The Gift That Never Stops To Give" (6:17)
  3. Talaboman - "Big Room Anthemic Groovy Pounding Trance Dub Bomb Superb!" (7:47)
  4. Emanuel Satie - "Planet XXX" (6:48)
  5. Edward - "End Days" (6:13)
  6. Florian Hollerith - "KURZVOR12" (6:22)
  7. Raxon - "The Turbulent" (6:31)
  8. Mark Broom - "Jaded" (5:20)
  9. Egbert - "Tering" (7:43)
  10. Dino Lenny - "Keep Changing Basslines" (7:29)
  11. Neil Landstrumm - "Flesh Is A Prison" (4:56)
  12. Red Axes - "Hevk" (5:49)
  13. Love Over Entropy - "As If"
  14. Stimming - "The Gift That Never Stops To Give"
  15. Talaboman - "Big Room Anthemic Groovy Pounding Trance Dub Bomb Superb!"
  16. Emanuel Satie - "Planet XXX"
  17. Edward - "End Days"
  18. Florian Hollerith - "KURZVOR12"
  19. Raxon - "The Turbulent"
  20. Mark Broom - "Jaded"
  21. Egbert - "Tering"
  22. Dino Lenny - "Keep Changing Basslines"
  23. Neil Landstrumm - "Flesh Is A Prison"
  24. Red Axes - "Hevk"
Review: The annual Cocoon compilation is a perfect snapshot of what's going on in the more popular corners of the European techno scene. Curated by label head and Ibiza party king Sven Vath, this year's edition is a comparatively deep and melodic affair. A big shout goes to Talaboman for their excellently entitled "Big Room Anthemic Groovy Pounding Trance Dub Bomb Superb!" which is indeed a big room anthemic groovy pounding trance dub bomb, while Edward serves up a more twisted roller (the excellent "End Days"), Raxon goes deep with "The Turbulent" and Mark Broom hammers home with tripped out sci-fi banger "Jaded", amongst many other gems.
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Cocoon Compilation R (limited luminous vinyl 6xLP + unmixed CD + insert)
Cat: CORLP 043. Rel: 25 Jul 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Lusine - "Parallel" (6:26)
  2. Isolee - "Yes Let" (7:51)
  3. Mano Le Tough - "Vanishing Landscapes" (5:21)
  4. International Anything - "The Future Is Here" (8:44)
  5. Eduardo De La Calle - "Caravaca's Distortion Theory" (7:06)
  6. Inigo Kennedy - "Black Light" (6:04)
  7. Ambivalent & Alden Tyrell - "War Island" (6:30)
  8. Pig&Dan - "Shattered Minds" (5:58)
  9. ROD - "Abel" (5:41)
  10. Ingo Boss - "Junghof Love Star" (10:01)
  11. John Heckle - "Fantasy" (8:06)
  12. Cristi Cons - "Bird In Space" (12:07)
  13. Lusine - "Parallel"
  14. Isolee - "Yes Let"
  15. Mano Le Tough - "Vanishing Landscapes"
  16. International Anything - "The Future Is Here"
  17. Eduardo De La Calle - "Caravaca's Distortion Theory"
  18. Inigo Kennedy - "Black Light"
  19. Ambivalent & Alden Tyrell - "War Island"
  20. Pig&Dan - "Shattered Minds"
  21. ROD - "Abel"
  22. Ingo Boss - "Junghof Love Star"
  23. John Heckle - "Fantasy"
  24. Cristi Cons - "Bird In Space"
Review: In the comprehensive press release accompanying the latest Cocoon compilation - "R", the eighteenth compilation in their alphabetical series - there's a lot about blurring the boundaries between different genres of techno. The basics, though, are pretty simple: like its' predecessors, the club-focused set boasts 12 cuts selected by boss man Sven Vath. There's plenty to enjoy from start to finish, from the stylish, '80s new wave pop-meets-Euro-techno vibes of International Anything's "The Future Is Here", and the driving tribal drums and sweeping, alien-sounding chords of Inigo Kennedy's "Black Light", to the moody Dutch techno freakiness of Ambivalent and Alden Tyrell's "War Island", and the sparkling electronics, positive vibes and skewed drum machine hits of John Heckle's superb "Fantasy".
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Tessera II (5xLP box)
Cat: SUSH 40. Rel: 11 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Prelude (2:30)
  2. Paul St Hilaire & Rhauder - "Skank" (8:23)
  3. Steve O'Sullivan & Yossi Amoyal - "Singularity" (10:05)
  4. Eric Miller - "From A Distance" (7:58)
  5. Bluetrain - "Read My Mind" (9:08)
  6. Monoaware - "Hanami" (6:04)
  7. Delano Smith - "Without Reason" (part 1) (7:36)
  8. Delano Smith - "Without Reason" (part 2) (7:30)
  9. Leonel Castillo - "Stealer" (7:30)
  10. XDB - "Frost" (6:15)
  11. Thor/Sanasol - "All Sides Will Be Lost" (8:56)
  12. The Wise Caucasian - "Agent Orange" (6:13)
  13. Ryan Elliott - "P's Keys"
  14. Tobias - "Styles 2"
  15. Efdemin - "Flight"
  16. Monoaware - "G-Train To Shibuya" (7:31)
  17. Fluxion - "Overcast"
  18. Paul St Hilaire & Rhauder - "Not Saying Much"
Review: Sushitech's second chapter of their Tessera compilations has been in the making for over two years. It's not hard to understand why, however. This monstrous 5 disc release is riddled with techno killers of the highest calibre, from start to finish. We knew that these guys were reliable purveyors of fine electronic dance music, but this is a truly impressive showcase, and surely up there with the likes of Ostgut Ton. In fact, this compilation goes even beyond the immediate techno remit. It's difficult to pick out the highlights here; everything is solid, and even the opening dub echoes of "Prelude" is enough to get us salivating. There's a rare appearance on the dubbed-out deep house of "Skank" featuring Rhauder, Steve O'Sullivan makes a sleek appearance, Delano Smith offers two magnetic pieces of Detroit magic, XDB's "Frost" is nothing short of spectacular, and even Efdemin's glitchy, minimalist deep house seems more poignant than usual. This is a big'un - don't miss it.
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Social Part 2 (180 gram vinyl 5x12" box)
Cat: SCLBOX 2. Rel: 09 Jul 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (7:46)
  2. Track 2 (7:15)
  3. Track 3 (7:01)
  4. Track 4 (8:16)
  5. Track 5 (8:12)
  6. Track 6 (7:45)
  7. Track 7 (7:46)
  8. Track 8 (7:59)
  9. Track 9 (8:17)
  10. Track 10 (7:46)
  11. Track 11 (7:47)
  12. Track 12 (5:22)
  13. Track 13 (8:58)
  14. Track 14 (7:14)
  15. Track 15 (8:10)
Review: Last year, East End Dubs ended his Social series after releasing 10 sought-after EPs in just under three years. "Social Part 2" is the second boxed retrospective of this work; while the first edition gathered together EPs one to five, this sequel boasts numbers six to ten. The 15 included tracks are all up to the prolific producer's high standards, offering an attractive late night blend of swinging tech-house rhythms, rich bass, spacey pads, intergalactic melodies and atmospheric aural textures. There's little filler or fluff, just quality peak-time grooves, occasional warm-up workouts and a sprinkling of loved-up anthems-in-waiting (see the delicious "Track 6" and glassy-eyed "Track 8").
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Global Underground #42: Berlin (Collector's Edition) (2xCD box set + book + art prints)
Cat: 019029 6912399. Rel: 29 Mar 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Markus Guentner - "Crystal Castle"
  2. Barker - "Look How Hard I've Tried"
  3. Phil Kieran - "Solar Storm" (Mano Le Tough remix)
  4. The Drifter & Benjamin Frohlich - "Waterville"
  5. Jossie Telch - "Borders" (Eitan Reiter remix)
  6. Rick Pier O'Neil - "Planetary" (RPO part 1)
  7. Eitan Reiter - "Eat You"
  8. Patrice Baumel - "Expanse"
  9. Shlomo - "MUM"
  10. President Bongo - "Tramontana" (Sturm Der Liebe remix)
  11. Ripperton - "Leonor's Lanugo" (Anders Ilar Leonid dub)
  12. FunkForm - "Synthesia"
  13. Diego Azocar - "Natural" (Matias Chilano remix)
  14. Nicolas Rada - "Cumulonimbus"
  15. Guido Schneider & Daniel Dreier - "Little Helper 290-1"
  16. Patrice Baumel - "Grace"
  17. Phil Kieran - "Empty Vessels"
  18. Steve Moore - "Worldbuilding"
  19. Oostil - "Quantic"
  20. HearThuG - "Crossroads"
  21. Pig&Dan - "Lost Another Angel" (dub)
  22. Mango & Gullen - "Manitoba" (SineRider remix)
  23. Shlomo - "Vanished Breath"
  24. Markus Guentner - "Look At Me"
  25. Egbert - "Trip"
  26. Christian Loffler - "Ghost"
  27. Jesse Somfay - "Lying In A Bed Of Myst"
  28. Patrice Baumel - "Collider"
  29. Mehmet Akar - "Roll The Dice" (Matias Chilano remix)
  30. Edit Select - "Undulation"
  31. Ness - "Thought 1"
  32. Swayzak - "So Cheap"
  33. Luigi Tozzi - "Demersal Zone"
  34. Patrice Baumel - "Mutant Voices"
  35. Guy J - "Fallstar" (Rising mix)
  36. Christopher Bissonnette - "Jour Et Nuit"
  37. Chateau Flight - "Cosmic Race"
  38. Fabrizio Lapiana - "Far Away"
  39. Minilogue - "Clouds & Water"
  40. Aris Kindt - "Every New Thing"
  41. Architectural - "A Girl With No Friends"
  42. Musiccargo - "Ich Geh Den Weg Mit Dir"
  43. Model 500 - "Starlight" (Echospace dub)
  44. Sten - "Squares"
  45. Matthew Dear - "Another"
  46. Jayro - "Jungle" (Fideles remix)
  47. Deepbass & Ness - "Distance"
  48. Reeko - "Electrical Phenomena" (Remake)
  49. Adam Port - "Do You Still Think Of Me?"
Review: For the 42nd stop on the decades-long journey through worldwide DJ culture, Global Underground has pitched up in Berlin and handed over the reins to Patrice Baumel, a Dutch DJ/producer with an impressive track record. The resultant two-disc mix-up is staggeringly good, with Baumel choosing to represent a wide variety of techno and tech-house sounds with occasional diversions into more melodious or off-kilter fare. Wisely, the Dutchman has also chosen to offer up tracks that span the decades, contrasting classic material from the likes of Swayzak, Matthew Dear and Chateau Flight (whose brilliant "Cosmic Race" stands out) with newer cuts from such artists as Shlomo, Steve Moore, Adam Port, Ripperton and the ageless Phil Kieran.
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Social Part 1 (5x12" box + sticker)
Cat: SCLBOX 1. Rel: 05 Jun 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Track 1 (6:45)
  2. Track 2 (6:59)
  3. Track 3 (6:59)
  4. Track 4 (8:14)
  5. Track 5 (7:08)
  6. Track 6 (6:40)
  7. Track 7 (8:18)
  8. Track 8 (7:30)
  9. Track 9 (7:46)
  10. Track 10 (8:47)
  11. Track 11 (7:38)
  12. Track 12 (7:00)
  13. Track 13 (9:18)
  14. Track 14 (8:16)
  15. Track 15 (5:36)
Review: Even by East End Dubs' prolific standards, Social is a seriously epic proposition. Set to showcase 30 tracks over three sizeable releases (this first instalment boasts five slabs of wax), its effectively one epic debut album split into parts. Naturally, it's not an album in a traditional sense, but rather a superb collection of dancefloor workouts in the producer's trademark style. Social Part 1, then, is like an East End Dubs starter pack: a fine collection of deep, dubby and sturdy cuts that brilliantly blend elements of deep house and tech-house. There are naturally plenty of darker, early morning moments, but pleasingly these come accompanied by a cluster of deeper and more melodious workouts.
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 in stock $51.33
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Secret Weapons Part 8 (gatefold 4xLP)
Cat: IV 67. Rel: 06 Oct 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Yotam Avni - "Tikkun" (7:02)
  2. Ingrid Lukas - "We Are" (Manuel Tur remix 3) (6:47)
  3. Rampa - "Necessity" (7:46)
  4. Fred Und Luna - "Im Klanggarten" (Prins Thomas remix) (9:56)
  5. Mosca - "In This Life Or The Next" (6:12)
  6. Alex.Do - "Drenched" (7:35)
  7. Eagles & Butterflies - "X" (7:19)
  8. Davis - "Blind" (feat Cameo Culture) (5:53)
  9. Denis Horvat - "Momak" (8:02)
  10. Quarion - "Monolith" (6:24)
  11. Dino Lenny - "A Certain Distance" (Dixon Retouch) (7:32)
  12. Culoe De Song - "Judgement Day" (6:56)
  13. Francesco Chiocci - "Nightmares" (7:30)
Review: Since launching back in 2007, Innervisions' Secret Weapons series has been consistently impressive. Its' various EPs and compilations feature tracks that have been doing the business in the sets of label chiefs Dixon and Ame, some of which have never previously been released. Part 8 is the most expansive volume yet, with 13 tracks stretched across four weighty slabs of wax. There's naturally plenty to enjoy, from the cinematic creepiness of Mosca's "In This Life or The Next", and the dreamy, slow-building wooziness of Prins Thomas' remix of Fred Und Luna's "Im Klanggarten", to the undulating, soul-flecked goodness of "Blind" by David, and the late night, broken techno brilliance of Culoe De Song's "Judgement Day".
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Cat: BQD 047. Rel: 13 Aug 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Drum XTC (4:57)
  2. Insert P88 (9:46)
  3. Guernica (7:04)
  4. Sacre Bleu (6:44)
  5. Head Straight (feat Lotte Thor) (7:13)
  6. Start Making Sense (7:08)
  7. Dipset (feat Lotte Thor) (7:34)
  8. Set Me Free (7:01)
  9. Empire State Open (6:53)
  10. Half A Vibration (6:33)
  11. Cleopatra Jones (6:40)
  12. Glaser (8:04)
Review: Artists who made club-focused music tend to debut with singles or EPs, so it's something of a surprise to find that Arno's first release is a triple-vinyl album of tasty dancefloor tracks that sit somewhere between hypnotic tech-house, warm deep house and mind-altering electro missives. As debuts go, it's very impressive, with highlights dotted across all three slabs of wax. Our current favourites include the skittishly funky electro skip of "Sacre Bleu", the sparse, bass-heavy minimal techno throb of "Start Making Sense", the ghostly deep space shuffle of "Set Me Free" and the out-there wonder of "Cleopatra Jones", where oddball electronic noises rise above a deep and drowsy bed of hazy ambient chords and densely layered drums.
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Played by: Sam Bangura
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Cat: LESPOINTS 005. Rel: 19 Mar 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Barbir - "Never Trust A Snake" (7:49)
  2. Barbir - "Witchsabbath" (8:20)
  3. Barbir - "Sabbathorange" (STL loop 1 remix) (0:21)
  4. Barbir - "Girlwithanorange" (9:51)
  5. Barbir - "Englishred" (7:07)
  6. Barbir - "Englishclockpumas" (STL loop 3 remix) (0:17)
  7. Nicola Kazimir - "Clementinejam" (7:43)
  8. Isherwood & Nicola Kazimir - "Zurichsunrisedub" (6:13)
  9. Nicola Kazimir - "Zurichspace234" (STL loop 2 remix) (0:23)
  10. Nicola Kazimir - "Space234" (7:10)
  11. Nicola Kazimir - "Thule" (8:18)
  12. Nicola Kazimir - "Ethernalthuledub" (STL loop 4 remix) (0:16)
Review: With a great emphasis placed on presentation and artistic statement, Swiss label Les Points has already established itself as a serious operator within the bustling minimal house and techno scene. This split release from Barbir and Nicola Kazmir is yet further proof of the ambitious intentions the label has in delivering the most creatively inspired music possible, and there is certainly plenty of music to get your teeth into here. There's twitchy house constructions aplenty to enjoy from both artists, as well as some intriguing remixes of STL loops at the end of each side in a nod to the inspirational power of the German producer, whose own leftfield leanings fit into the lineage of this release.
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Soft Machinations (triple 12")
Cat: CC 01. Rel: 04 Jul 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Secret Games 3 (8:21)
  2. Various Small Flames (6:35)
  3. Hold (8:59)
  4. 82' (5:46)
  5. Moy Lally In D (14:41)
  6. Others Here With You (6:16)
  7. Voynich 2 (7:15)
  8. Ode To Eliane (Rec 2) (1:07)
  9. Yovereve (part 1) (8:00)
  10. Slipthru (7:28)
  11. Torealise (8:27)
  12. Ode To Eliane (Rec 1) (6:42)
Review: Sheffield's man of many aliases Tommy Vicari Jnr unleashes his debut LP as V.I.C.A.R.I on new Aussie vinyl-only imprint established by Mantra Collective's Jack Fuller. If you've followed Tommy for more than a minute you'll know what's in store here: lucid machine funk that bumps, grinds and spaces the dickens out of you. Key highlights include the molten warped bass on "Moy Lally In D", the juddering clipped funk of "Various Small Flames" and the Detroitian soul hurricane that is "Youereve" but these are just three of the twelve stunning synthetic spells he's cast right here. Essential.
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The Tempest (2xLP)
Cat: SJUDLP 1. Rel: 05 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Tempestuous (8:30)
  2. Near The End (7:12)
  3. Time Of Speed Not Day (8:02)
  4. The Struggle (6:38)
  5. Heard Syndrome (9:03)
  6. That Hour (7:49)
  7. The Flat (London Projects) (9:51)
  8. Passing You By (8:24)
Review: Astonishingly, 23 years have passed since Glenn Underground and Boo Williams established the Strictly Jaz Unit project, a fluid collective of underground Chicago deep house producers. These days, SJU mainly operates as a duo, and it was this stripped-back line-up that produced "The Tempest", a rare album-length outing bristling with quality cuts. As a whole, the album is far more intergalactic, electronic and sci-fi sounding than either man's solo productions, with just a few hints of the luscious instrumentation and swinging grooves associated with their previous work. There's no dip in quality, though, with the dubbed-out deep house hypnotism of "Heard Syndrome", the Patrick Cowley/Giorgio Moroder influenced "The Struggle", the Chicago-goes-Yorkshire bleep flex of "Time of Speed, Not Day" and acid-fired gorgeousness of "The Flat (London Projects)" standing out.
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Cat: MMNT 006. Rel: 20 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. A Story Behind Everything (10:17)
  2. Resilience (with R Hitect) (9:08)
  3. The Human Malfunction Is Thinking (13:16)
  4. The Real You Is Not You (11:16)
Review: By his usual prolific standards, Romanian producer Barac Nicolae has been rather quiet this year. "The Real You Is Not You", a double-pack of varied dancefloor cuts in his trademark minimal style, is only his second outing of the year. It's rather good, though, with sparse but groovy rhythm tracks providing the backing for all manner of ear-pleasing musical touches and mind-altering electronic effects. Our picks of the bunch are the funky, dreamy and sun-kissed hypnotism of "A Story Behind Everything" and the tipsy wonkiness of the title track, where trippy vocal samples and blissful synth riffs rise above an undulating, off-kilter groove.
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Played by: St. Bernard, James Reid
 in stock $28.35
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On A Different Note
On A Different Note (limited trifold 3xLP)
Cat: SUSH 42.
Techno
  1. Ohne
  2. Darum
  3. Rau
  4. Es
  5. Vogel
  6. Alter
  7. Anruf
  8. Wir
Review: Here is something we've been all waiting for! With some timeless releases on his back catalogue, Perlon and Hartchef Discos to name a few, Audio Werner is joining the mighty Sushitech family and finally releases his debut album!

There's always something brilliant and hypnotic about the groove of Audio Werner and this album takes the brilliant sound of the master even further, crossing between proper deep techno and the more shuffled rhythms that we love.

On A Different Note is a triple gatefold 12" with eight fresh and well produced tracks. Extreme quality from both Sushitech and Audio Werner, per usual... Essential release!
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Zukunftsmusik (coloured vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: GIGOLO 302VC. Rel: 19 Jul 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Anything Anytime (video version) (5:28)
  2. Car Car Car (7:05)
  3. I Want My Future Back (1:55)
  4. Army Of Strangers (4:29)
  5. Wir Reiten Durch Die Nacht (6:18)
  6. Inferno (part 1) (0:43)
  7. High Priests Of Hell (5:32)
  8. I Want U (video version) (3:52)
  9. Guede (7:21)
  10. 2 Die 2 Sleep (2:47)
  11. K House (3:47)
  12. Wild At Art (5:32)
  13. Inferno (part 2) (1:46)
Review: Eight years after Teufelswerk, an album in which Hell called up giants like Bryan Ferry and P Diddy for creative adventures, International Deejay Gigolo Hell presents his fifth album Zukunftmusik. A much more personal affair, written and created with Peter Kruder, the album takes a deep dive into Hell's psyche. His inspirations, fears and fascinations all laid bare as we glide and slide from the poignant ballad of "Anywhere Anytime" to sinewy, sinister 6am acid ("Guede") via orchestrated cinematic synthesis ("K House" and "Inferno") to strident slices of evocative and highly narrative house music such as "Wild At Art". Hewn together with shades of experimentation and timeless pop science, Hell's created something incredibly special here.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $27.54
Dream State Of A Bellmaker (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: DELAPHINE 008. Rel: 18 Apr 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Baby I'm Sorry (5:23)
  2. Alone In A Crowd (9:22)
  3. Out Of Touch (8:42)
  4. Pour Aisha (11:17)
  5. Two Hearts In Doubt (7:35)
  6. Mirror (1:16)
  7. Better To Have Loved (8:11)
  8. Thank You/Dream State Of A Bellmaker/Big Sur (14:00)
Review: A mere four years after making his 12" debut on Fathers & Sons Productions, Samuel Andre Madsen delivers his debut album on Delaphine, the label he set up to release his music back in 2013. There's much to admire about Dream State of A Bellmaker, which attractively drifts between undulating ambient bliss, deep and melodious techno shufflers, evocative electronica, becalmed drone explorations, and atmospheric compositions that define easy categorization (see the electronic jazz/ambient/dream house fusion of "Better To Have Loved"). It's a hugely enjoyable and entertaining set, full of intricately programmed and life-affirming music.
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Played by: Savile, Agnostic Rhythm
 in stock $27.28
Mannigfaltig (3xLP)
K7
Cat: K 7380LP. Rel: 13 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Einstagsfliege (7:05)
  2. Zweibrutiger Schekenfalter (7:14)
  3. Dreizehenspecht (3:36)
  4. Vierfleck (6:12)
  5. Funffleck Widderchen (9:09)
  6. Sechslinien Bodeneule (8:38)
  7. Siebenschlafer (6:01)
  8. Goldene Acht (8:50)
  9. Neuntoter (7:30)
  10. Zehnpunkt Marienkafer (11:05)
  11. Elfenbein Flechtenbarchen (7:00)
  12. Zwolfpunkt Spargelkafer (4:43)
Review: While he's continued to offer up occasional singles, Bonn-based producer Dominik Eulberg has not released an album for eight years. It's for this reason that "Mannigfaltig", the former Traum Schallplatten regular's new set, is big news. Interestingly, it's nowhere near as club-focused as you'd perhaps expect, with Eulberg combining his usual glitchy, tech-house influenced beats and sounds with a range of intricate electronic motifs, sumptuous melodies and atmospheric aural textures. There are one or two club cuts, of course, but majority of the tracks bob along at a more sedate pace, with Eulberg offering up cuts that draw influence from IDM and hazy electronica. As a result, it may well be his most coherent and "listenable" album to date.
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Mondo Alterado (gatefold red vinyl 3xLP + CD)
Cat: HD 8LP. Rel: 24 May 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Here Comes The Warrior (Super short Version) (15:00)
  2. Discotico Sinetico (8:25)
  3. Life Is Strange, Life Is Hard, Life Is Great (5:39)
  4. Spacer Rainbow Woman (8:11)
  5. Fears Come True (5:44)
  6. A Numb Gas To The Future (6:53)
  7. Pow Pow (6:39)
  8. Discotico Estatico (8:14)
  9. Dance Warrior Dance (10:37)
  10. Here Comes The Worrior (Super short album version)
  11. Discotico Sinetico
  12. Life Is Strange, Life Is Hard, Life Is Great
  13. Spacer Rainbow Woman
  14. Fears Come True
  15. A Numb Gas To The Future
  16. Pow Pow
  17. Discotico Estatico
  18. Dance Warrior Dance
Review: Mexico's Rebolledo has played an important part in Comeme's development over the years, and his nutty strain of electronic dance music fit perfectly in line with the label's tone of voice. Never straight enough to be categorised as house but always too structured to be labelled simply as ambient, Rebolledo is one of the few artist's truly making 'outsider' music these days. This latest album, Mondo Alterado, is perfect for anyone wanting something deep and mystical but that still carries enough weight and shape to be played to other human beings. In fact, a big part of the tunes on this LP verge onto the 'dance' side of things, but the producer has a distinct knack for making that sound constantly surprising, a sort of perennial sonic morphing that steers clear of any concrete genres. TIP!
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Donna (LP)
Cat: AUSLP 007. Rel: 20 Jun 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. This Is How We Know (2:30)
  2. Feel (6:20)
  3. Back (4:46)
  4. All I Do (5:10)
  5. Strange Relationship (4:17)
  6. Cuando (2:17)
  7. Route To Thonon (4:53)
  8. Keep Trying (5:05)
  9. Move (6:43)
  10. Without You (4:30)
  11. What If (4:50)
  12. You Gotta Give (3:31)
Review: Former Panorama Bar resident and local Berlin fixture Cassy Britton presents her first full length release since giving up her residency and leaving Europe's clubbing capital for the sunny shores of Los Angeles. The Donna LP features some dusty classic house sounds of the deeper spectrum, as heard previously on her eponymous imprint, Uzuri or Perlon sporadically over the last 10 years and her great vocals which veer from spoken word, haunting/monotone to high pitched diva moves are a constant throughout. Highlights for us were the uplifting deep disco of "All I Do", the soulful deep funk on her cover of Prince's "Strange Relationship" or the emotive yet tough techno of "Move".
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A Part Of Me Vol 2 (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: PGAPOM 002. Rel: 05 Oct 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Praise (5:39)
  2. G's Hip Shaker (5:21)
  3. Now's The Time (3:48)
  4. Strollin' (4:30)
  5. Damn You Feel That (3:14)
  6. Grog Time :) (2:42)
  7. Winters Sad Song (3:31)
  8. The Greats Are Always With Us.... (2:08)
  9. My F'ed Up Mixer? (3:34)
  10. Hollywood Swingin' (5:16)
  11. Depression :( (3:32)
  12. L'Hotel Paris (I Cried) (5:28)
  13. Le Sucre (4:35)
  14. Head High (Windrush) (3:17)
  15. That Blue Moon Feelin' (4:59)
  16. Cheeky Flo! (3:26)
Review: Techno stalwart Mr G was inspired to make the tracks showcased on his latest album while prepping "jazzy tracks" for a Worldwide Radio appearance alongside pal Kieran Ifill aka K15. Subsequently it's a fair more varied and musically expansive collection than we've come to expect, with tracks ranging from the vibraphone-laden house shuffle of "Praise" and bluesy downtempo grooves of "Strollin'", to the smoky jazz-dance business of "My F'ed Up Mixer", percussive "Hollywood Swinging" and bruk-up, jazz-funk influenced beauty of "That Blue Moon Feeling". It relies far more on dusty samples, hazy audio textures and non-linear beats than much of the producer's vast body of work, but that's no bad thing. In fact, it could well be one of his most ear-catching and entertaining excursions yet.
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Unieqav (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: N 0452. Rel: 14 Mar 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Uni Sub (5:51)
  2. Uni Mia (5:41)
  3. Uni Version (4:37)
  4. Uni Clip (1:50)
  5. Uni Normal (4:23)
  6. Uni Mic A (3:37)
  7. Uni Blue (5:50)
  8. Uni Mic B (4:53)
  9. Uni DNA (feat Anne-James Chaton) (5:48)
  10. Uni Edit (1:42)
  11. Uni Tra (4:13)
  12. Uni Chord (5:31)
Review: Back in 2008, noted experimentalist Alva Noto began a sporadic series of albums that were far more focused on dancefloor-inspired rhythms than his usual eccentric and inspiring fare. Unieqav is the third and, we're told, final part of the series. The album is apparently meant to be a sonic representation of an underwater dive, a conceptual theme which manifests itself through the storied producer's use of deep and atmospheric chords, fluid and occasionally glistening electronics, and rhythms that evoke images of ever-deeper dives into the dark, cold depths. Rhytmically, there are nods to electro, IDM, dub techno and Autechre, though the mood remains laidback and intoxicated throughout.
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Cat: ELM 1111. Rel: 06 Mar 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Into My Mind (4:27)
  2. Digital Moon (4:56)
  3. Riko's Trip (5:03)
  4. Delusions (6:54)
  5. Legoland (7:08)
  6. One Against Time (6:46)
  7. Stardance (6:38)
  8. Flying Asteroids (5:07)
  9. Lost & Found (5:22)
  10. Space Tastes Lonely (3:48)
  11. Dreamweaver (5:58)
  12. Cosmic Epiphany (5:50)
  13. SikRet Universe (5:33)
  14. Out Of My Mind (6:56)
Review: According to hard-working scene stalwart John Dimas, the 14 tracks that make up this belated debut album all reflect his "personal journey on this planet". The Greek producer has long been renowned for producing tasty house and techno treats that look far and wide for inspiration, so it's heartening to find that One Against Time sees him exploring those major influences - think IDM, hip-hop, ambient, D&B, acid house, dub, Detroit techno, tech-funk, Drexciyan electro, two-step garage and wild Chicagoan acid - in far greater detail. It's an approach that pays dividends from start to finish, with Dimas serving up evocative and ear-catching cuts that sound distinctively rich and melodious, despite the variety of styles and tempos on show.
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The Idiots Are Winning (reissue) (limited splattered vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 14 BCLP2. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Lump (6:09)
  2. Quiet Drumming (5:25)
  3. 10101 (6:06)
  4. Idiot Clapsolo (5:00)
  5. Corduroy (6:22)
  6. Lumpette (1:32)
  7. Idiot (7:33)
  8. Flute (4:53)
Review: Holden's 2006 debut album was an astonishing one that gets a timely reissue on double crystal-clear splatter vinyl. A high watermark for proudly synthetic and computer made music, it was the bold arrival of an artist who endures as an innovator to this day. "The Idiots Are Winning" is a masterclass in unhinged grooves, glitchy electronic sounds and mutant sounds that set a new benchmark in experimental textures, sound design and dance floor clout. "Idiot" is the standout banger, "Lump" is more trippy and heat workout, and "10101" is the twitchy and mesmeric workout you cannot escape. Music as idiosyncratic as this doesn't come along too often, and even 13 years left it still sounds fresh.
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You Find The Key (gatefold 3xLP)
Cat: PERL 107. Rel: 01 Apr 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Munich Uncertain (11:54)
  2. Got To See You (7:05)
  3. Find The Key 2012 (7:50)
  4. Swallowed Memory (10:47)
  5. The Mysterious Pocket Is Right (10:29)
  6. The Only Your Researching (6:24)
  7. Cinematicorc (8:13)
  8. Love Keep Mapping The Head (11:23)
Review: While he's barely paused for breath in the last decade, it's still been eight years since Fumiya Tanaka delivered his last album, Unknown 3. The epitome of long overdue, You Find The Key is his fourth album. Interestingly, it sees the 44 year-old, Japanese producer tweaking his now familiar bass-heavy minimal techno blueprint. Thrillingly, the bass lines are bolder and jauntier, and the beats jazzier, resulting in an altogether funkier take on the minimal techno style. Of course, there are still moments that recall his previous work - see the deep and dubby "Swallowed Memory" - but it's those that take a sideways step towards funk-fuelled pastures ("Munich Uncertain", "The Only Your Researching") that stand out.
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Heart Of Sky (limited gatefold clear vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: 405053 8406153. Rel: 20 Jul 18
Deep House
  1. All I Need To Get High (5:31)
  2. Spirals (4:46)
  3. I Found You (5:14)
  4. Five Moons (6:43)
  5. Eli Eli (6:00)
  6. Fly Away (6:18)
  7. Lost Myself (2:41)
  8. Feedback Loop (4:42)
  9. Help Me Find A Way (6:25)
  10. Cancello (7:28)
  11. Tomorrow We Can Start Again (3:59)
Review: On this second album from his Ancient Moons project, Damian Lazarus has decided to switch focus. Whereas the outfit's debut album, Message From The Other World, combined global music influences with Lazarus's usual tech-house rhythms and a touch of psychedelia, Heart of Sky is much more heavily influenced by the Crosstown Rebels' chief's rarely discussed soul boy roots. Of course, the beats and basslines still largely stick to the powder house script, it's just that this time they come accompanied by starry-eyed soul vocals, 1960s dream pop influences, bold piano flourishes, gospel choruses and, on rare occasions, smoky trip-hop aesthetics. As a result, it's undoubtedly a much more "human" album, and one with far more crossover potential than its predecessor.
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The Last Resort (reissue) (gatefold 3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: PFRLP 18X. Rel: 13 Jun 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Take Me Into Your Skin (7:44)
  2. Vamp (4:49)
  3. Evil Dub (5:59)
  4. Always Something Better (6:12)
  5. While The Cold Winter Waiting (5:04)
  6. Nightwalker (4:12)
  7. Like Two Strangers (3:24)
  8. The Very Last Resort (8:35)
  9. Snowflake (7:47)
  10. Chameleon (7:04)
  11. Into The Trees (Serenetti part 3) (7:22)
  12. Moan (5:48)
  13. Miss You (4:05)
Review: Anders Trentemoller was the noughties' greatest crossover star. From his humble beginnings releasing sleek tech house on imprints like Naked Music, Audiomatique and of course Berlin's Poker Flat - who released his modern classic The Last Resort in 2006. It gets a much deserved reissue here. Trentemoller went on to form his well received In My Room imprint, and go on to headline festivals and pack out stadiums with his acclaimed live show since. The Danish producer's debut album is actually appearing on vinyl for the first time here on a triple disc gatefold and featuring all 13 songs. The album received fantastic acclaim from both fans and journalists around the world and made it into the top-lists of the month, year and decade - alongside an array of awards for best production or best album.
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Rocco (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: PIASR 447LP. Rel: 15 Mar 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. 2nd World (5:38)
  2. Eraser (8:08)
  3. Sync (7:13)
  4. Bloom (5:14)
  5. Butter (8:10)
  6. Panama (6:49)
  7. A List (5:12)
  8. Zinc (6:22)
  9. Tykwer (8:06)
  10. Alaska (5:51)
  11. Shinichi (5:23)
  12. Kante (6:22)
  13. Go? (3:11)
Review: HVOB's fourth full length, "Rocco", is undoubtedly the Viennese duo's most expansive and ambitious work to date. It's a conceptual work, with the two LP set's 13 tracks being linked by "connected narratives" that explore "letting go, farewells and new beginnings". While there's a weightiness to the concept, the resultant music is surprisingly diverse, with the duo offering up both all-out dancefloor moments and more reflective home-listening fare that's in turn cheerily positive, introspectively melancholic and wholeheartedly poignant. Highlights include the piano-laden downtempo bliss of "2nd World", a swirling vocal number that increases in intensity as the track progresses - the breakbeat-driven, wall-of-sound sparkle of "Bloom" and the drowsy, heart-aching tech-house-pop of recent single "Panama".
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One (2xLP)
Cat: PHP 22LP. Rel: 24 Mar 07
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Chicago Sidewalks (feat John Thrower)
  2. Shadowchaser (feat Mareike Nickel - Soul Phiction edit)
  3. Get Closer
  4. Can U Feel It?
  5. Without A Doubt
  6. You're My Heart
  7. Loving People (Vinyl exclusive)
  8. Brown Sugar (feat John Thrower)
Review: Manmade Science is producer Michel Baumann (aka Jackmate/SoulPhiction), engineer Nik Reiff and percussionist Benjamin Lieten (aka Phlegmatic). With the feeling of a raw live session, this masterpiece comes along in a variety between jazz and techno, soul and house. It also contains a live track from a Manmade Sciences Concert at the Jazz Open in Stuttgart. There are also collaborations with guest musicians like conductor, musical-director and multi-instrumentalist John Thrower playing the sax on the starter "Chicago Sidewalks" and the last song "Brown Sugar". There are some lovely vocals from Isaiah Femi Awonaike on "Turn down the Lights" and the garage feel comes with the stunning voice of Haldor Laegreid on "Just tell me when...". If you're looking for something with more flesh than just bones check this out!
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Shamania (heavyweight vinyl double 12")
Cat: SICLTD 008. Rel: 14 Jan 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Shamania (11:14)
  2. Shamania (Dunkle Dummies No Stop mix) (13:25)
  3. Shamania (Villalobos & Melchior Spirit remix 1) (17:38)
  4. Shamania (Villalobos & Melchior Spirit remix 2) (15:21)
Review: Fresh from the success of their "Water, Sky, Sun, Wood" album on Mule Musiq - a fine "hour-long meditation" born out of a four-hour improvisation - Wareika return to the dancefloor via a suitably hypnotic double-pack on Sleep Is Commercial. In its original form, the epic "Shamania" offers a near perfect balance between trippy, Villalobos style slipped minimal techno grooves and fluid - if distant sounding - piano movements. Fittingly, Villalobos provides two epic reworks alongside occasional collaborator Melchior Spirit: the first is glitchy, rubbery and undeniably mind-altering, while the second wraps weirdo electronics and mangled voices around a bolder, arguably heavier groove. For those looking for a "bigger", more compressed sound, the rolling tech-house flex of the Dunkle Dummies No Stop Mix is the one to check.
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Cat: MOJ 05 REPRESS. Rel: 01 Mar 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Booari (7:45)
  2. Ship Of Imagination (7:10)
  3. Diggin In My Brain (6:59)
  4. Milky Way (6:17)
  5. Ten-Ten (7:18)
  6. Get Xox (7:23)
  7. Waitin 4 No (8:53)
  8. Over (4:34)
Review: Since the first pressing of Binh's Ship of Imagination double-pack sold out at the tail end of 2016, demand for the record has rocketed online. Happily, My Own Jupiter owners Edume and Nicolas Lutz has bowed to demand and quickly sorted out this re-press. It's a fine record, with the producer effortlessly blending elements of Detroit techno, electro and chunky deep house rhythms with the kind of spacey synthesizer sounds and razor-sharp TB-303 lines most commonly found in early '90s British "intelligent techno" records. In other words, it's sounds like the kind of set that could have been released around 1994 by one of the greats of our scene.
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VA 004 (180 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: DILATEDRECORDS 007. Rel: 08 Jan 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Nea Marin - "Sau Stai Asa" (9:12)
  2. Negru & Narcis - "Sambete" (9:29)
  3. Livio & Roby - "SW5" (8:39)
  4. Priku - "Joseph" (8:02)
Review: Bucharest's vinyl-only imprint, Dilated Records, joins Romania's contemporary minimal scene, a particular variation of the genre that succeeds in merging the analogue and digital worlds together. Like a high-end DSLR, this music is warm and cold at the same time, carrying the weight of analogue beats together with a sharper, HD sort of aesthetic to the melodies. Their fourth VA comp is nothing but deep, dark minimal bass, featuring Nea Marin, Negru & Narcis, Livio & Roby, and Pirku, who all proceed to slam down some fat-ass grooves for one thing only - the dancefloor. Smash this out, son - it'll work every time...
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Fabric Presents The Martinez Brothers (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: FABRIC 203LP. Rel: 27 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Tom Flynn - "The Future" (feat Amp Fiddler) (6:02)
  2. Frak - "Bitter Drop" (6:45)
  3. Mahony & Flogg - "Nu Mai" (6:26)
  4. The Martinez Brothers - "Jam Joint" (5:22)
  5. Sangre Voss - "Onr Bad Mango" (6:42)
  6. Roots Orchestra - "Kalabuta" (7:16)
  7. Big Strick - "Spontaneous Combustion" (7:24)
  8. Glen Lewis - "Life Everlasting" (feat Njojo & Bongani - Dennis Ferrer's Passion Of C dub) (7:50)
  9. Love Letters - "Ducue" (Xtended Dick dub) (7:28)
  10. Dan Curtinb - "Echozeichen" (6:07)
  11. Brinton Mckay - "Real Cool" (Abe Duque remix) (5:48)
  12. The Martinez Brothers - "Mistakes" (6:43)
Review: The new incarnation of the famous fabric mix series serves up a big one here with Ibiza kingpins and US house torchbearers The Martinez Brothers laying down a fulsome 23 track mix. It brims with the sort of energy that they always have themselves in the booth and takes you on a contemporary trip through the bendy minimal of Cabanne, Frak's percussive workout and some tropical curveballs from The Bayara Citizens. The Brothers also impress with two of their own tracks - "Jam Joint" and "Mistakes" - full of wonky synth work and shuffling drums, and it marks another highpoint in their longstanding career.
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Dream House (gatefold 2xLP in spot-varnish sleeve)
Cat: IVLP 09. Rel: 05 Jun 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Line (feat Matthew Herbert) (5:22)
  2. Queen Of Toys (4:47)
  3. Gerne (feat Gudrun Gut) (4:37)
  4. Deadlocked (feat Roedelius) (6:26)
  5. Blind Eye (feat Planningtorock) (4:24)
  6. Positivland (6:04)
  7. Helliconia (6:14)
  8. Futuro Antico (6:25)
  9. No War (5:35)
  10. Give Me Your Ghost (feat Jens Kuross) (7:05)
  11. Oldorado (4:26)
Review: Innervisions bosses Frank Wiedemann and Kristian Beyer return as Ame, and present their first full length entitled Dream House - described as a home listening styled journey. The German duo spent three years working on the LP and it features collaborations with legends of German electronic music such as Roedelius and Gudrun Gut, as well as Bolivian singer David Lemaitre and Jens Kuross - who was a member of Wiedemann's other venture The Howling, with Ry Cuming. Highlights include their dramatic collaboration with Matthew Herbert "The Line", the upbeat disco number "Blind Eye" (featuring Planningtorock), the chill balearica of "Positivland" and the evocative/melodic dreamscape of "No War".
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Personal Rock (reissue) (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: FAITBACK 09LP. Rel: 02 Apr 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Legends/Nugroove TM (6:21)
  2. St Moritz (6:34)
  3. Type Zwei (7:05)
  4. Non-Relations (6:05)
  5. Ment (6:50)
  6. 70gr (6:19)
  7. Type Eins (8:12)
  8. Siemens.Bioport (7:29)
Review: Jan Jelinek has made many fine albums over the years, under both his given name and a handful of occasional aliases. One such pseudonym was Gramm, a handle he plucked out of thin air for the release of the now celebrated 1999 full-length "Personal Rock". Here that set is given a deserved 20th anniversary vinyl reissue, allowing a whole new generation to investigate the dusty nooks and crannies of one of the producer's most techno-centric releases. It is every bit as sample-heavy, glitchy and crackling as his other work, whereas other outings explored skewed hip-hop beats and downtempo grooves, "Personal Rock" was more informed by the steady pulse of dub techno, the deep space fluidity of ambient techno and the locked-in hypnotism of original era minimal techno. The results are out of this world.
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Vintul Prin Salcii (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 211. Rel: 20 Apr 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Miroslav 1 (6:50)
  2. Miroslav 2 (8:20)
  3. Miroslav 3 (5:31)
  4. Miroslav 5 (7:09)
  5. Miroslav 4 (9:46)
  6. Miroslav 6 (4:24)
  7. Miroslav 7 (12:20)
Review: Back in 2015, Petre Inspirescu popped up on Mule Musiq with Vin Pholie, an album considered a significant departure from his previous work. While he made his name with club-ready, heavily textured takes on tech-house and minimal techno, Vin Pholie saw him work with piano, strings and woodwind instruments for the first time, resulting in a set that sat somewhere between ambient and neo-classical. Vintul Prin Salcii, his belated follow-up, explores similar sonic territory, adding in vintage synthesizers and occasional nods to dub techno - see the becalmed pulse of "Miroslav 3" - to slightly broaden the approach. The result is a melodious sequence of musical movements that also doffs a sly wink to krautrock synthesizer pioneers as well as classical composers, American minimalists and ambient legends.
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Played by: Alex Bradley, Sepp
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Division II (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: AMP 0142. Rel: 29 Jan 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Renaissance (6:59)
  2. Cluster (7:06)
  3. Triple Agent (8:35)
  4. Alkuon (9:19)
  5. Parallax (10:06)
Review: Last year, Bucharest producer Vlad Caia impressed plenty of people with "Division I", a collection of experimental-minded minimal techno cuts that was the closest he's come - so far, at least - to releasing a debut album proper. This speedy sequel continues in a similar vein, offering up five more atmospheric cuts across two slabs of wax. He begins in confident fashion via the swirling, deep space pads, bubbly electronics and off-kilter tech-house drums of "Renaissance", before reaching for the droning analogue bass, jammed-out bleep melodies and smooth drums of bolder floor-filler "Cluster". Elsewhere, "Alkuon" sees Caia blend heavy sub-bass and swinging machine drums with sparkling electronics and liquid synth lines, while "Parallax" is a darker, moodier chunk of late night dancefloor science rich in "LFO" bass and off-kilter keys.

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Alien GF (2xLP)
Cat: MOJ 06. Rel: 23 Aug 17
Techno
  1. Exist (7:57)
  2. Mr. Insane (5:25)
  3. Wills (5:44)
  4. Brahmsstrat (9:08)
  5. Again (4:09)
  6. Osst (4:43)
  7. Posthuman (part 2) (5:29)
  8. Norse (6:37)
  9. Posthuman (part 1) (8:07)
Review: The first release of 2017 from Edume and Nicolas Lutz's "multi-disciplinary art platform" (that's a record label, kids) My Own Own Jupiter comes from Spanish analogue freak Do Or Die. It's an expansive, intergalactic debut album featuring nine scorching, tried-and-tested dancefloor treats. Highlights come thick and fast, from the racing deep space bleeps and razor-sharp acid lines of body-jacker "Mr Insane" and psychedelic-minded electro-acid shuffler "Brahmsstrat", to the deep and galactic techno/electro hum of "Osst" and rush-inducing deep house bliss of "Posthuman (Part 1)". Also worth a listen is "Norse", in which Do or Die fuses bleep-era Biosphere with the mechanical funk of vintage Chicago jack.
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Drone Logic (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: PHLP 02. Rel: 05 Oct 13
Deep House
  1. Water Jump (album version)
  2. Free Floating
  3. Naive Response
  4. Drone Logic
  5. These Nights Never End
  6. Platform Zero
  7. Need Electric (album version)
  8. All I Need
  9. Spring 27
  10. Simulrec
  11. New Energy (Live Through It)
  12. Knowing We'll Be Here
Review: Having given keen listeners a healthy preview in his Fabric live mix last year, the artist formerly known as Stopmakingme delivers his full-length album for Erol Alkan's Phantasy Sound. It's a limber brew that channels a strong dose of analogue trickery through smart and snappy beat constructions, all bubbling, aquatic synths and troubled delays propelled by unfussy drum patterns so that the melodies can do the talking. Primarily this is a dancefloor album, moving from peppy breakbeat driven numbers to gently bumping house, but always the playful, ineffably warm synth work sets the tone, from "Naive Response"s robotic charm to "Drone Logic"s soaring grind. It's an album brimming in confidence and nailed with precision, and it's packed full of incredibly usable floor rockers to boot.
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Semantics (double 12")
Cat: NM 023. Rel: 23 Jan 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Mount Ararat (10:21)
  2. Fierbinti (15:50)
  3. Gerunziu (9:17)
  4. Om Neom (12:42)
Review: As far as Rhadoo's release rate is concerned, it's about quality not quantity - but when they do eventuate they are certainly worth the wait. The [a:rpia:r] co-head's last release was over four years ago on Amphia (as Colorhadoo) and he returns for Moscow by way of Berlin's Nervmusic with this collection of afterhours weirdo techno on the Semantics EP. Anyone who has witnessed one of his much lauded closing sets recently knows he has no qualms mixing in experimental beats between lean house cuts - this style is explored personally on tracks like the off-kilter mini-funk of "Fierbinti" or the contorted/psychedelic groove of "Gerunziu". "Om Neon" on the other side is classic Rhadoo all the way: moody, hypnotic and totally tripped-out - best enjoyed after 9:00 on the dancefloor. Cutting edge stuff once again from one of Rominimal's most respected figures.
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Resonate (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: PTN 004LP. Rel: 06 Jun 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Resonate (7:04)
  2. The Man On The Moon (6:33)
  3. Zero Gravity (5:45)
  4. Hochbetrieb (6:41)
  5. Orbitbass (6:26)
  6. Hundertdreissig (4:15)
  7. Radical Ambient (5:05)
  8. Lakeside Trouble (4:43)
  9. H (4:08)
Review: The fourth release on Partisan is something of an epic, with German producer Segej Kaschawar serving up nine tracks over two solid slabs of wax. There's much to admire throughout, from the dark web-goes-tech-house throb of opener "Resonate" and funk-fuelled late night dancefloor hustle of "Zero Gravity", to the Drexciyan electro bounce of "Orbitbass" and the low-slung shuffle of "Lakeside Trouble", where spacey motifs and wonky electronics cluster around a swinging, broken techno groove. Also worth checking is the pitched-down, acid-flecked IDM psychedelia of closer "D3H" and the angular, UK garage-influenced deepness of "Radical Ambient" (which is so radical that it's not ambient at all).
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Played by: OCH
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Ritual Signal EP (heavyweight vinyl double 12")
Cat: AMP 017. Rel: 07 May 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. More Than Tomorrow
  2. Today
  3. Water Me
  4. Who New
  5. Rise (7:58)
  6. May Day (7:30)
  7. Surface (7:59)
  8. Decay (6:18)
Review: Very few labels within Romania's storied techno scene can match the wonderful curation of Vlad Caia & Cristi Cons' Amphia Records. The Bucharest-based imprint now presents a full length by NYC-based sonic sorcerer Kamran Sadeghi - considered by many to have one of the most singular takes on the minimal techno sound at present. His most bold and stylistic expressions await you on Ritual Signal and highlights are aplenty: from the ethereal alien transmissions of "More Than Tomorrow", exotic creatures of the deep ("Today"), afterhours reductionism ("Who New") to more leftfield groove expressions, best exemplified by the majestic micro-funk of "May Day" and the splintered/echo-laden hypnotism of EP closer "Decay".
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Cat: SAVOR 012 . Rel: 04 Jul 16
Deep House
  1. The Real (6:53)
  2. TRB (6:50)
  3. Rainforest (7:50)
  4. Geibi (7:25)
  5. In Amour (9:24)
  6. Flavor (7:58)
  7. Faiser (6:56)
Review: It was about time we heard some quality deep, progressive tech out of Argentina. Cape aka Fernando Cappelletti drops a double LP on his own Savor Music, rocking since 2011 and home to plenty of solid house tunes by big names such as Felipe Valenzuela and Martinez, among others. But, My Own Jungle is more than just a dancefloor album, as tunes like "The Real" and "Rainforest" are deep and playful enough to be enjoyed over a pair of headphones. There are, of course, fully-fledged big room cuts like "In Armour", or the more tech-minded "Flavor", but Cape's versatility makes this album more than it set out to be.
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Ark
Cat: ARK 001. Rel: 19 Jul 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Ark & Pit Spector - "Love Supreme" (6:19)
  2. The Mole - "Love Supreme" (Molemix) (6:39)
  3. Losoul - "Love Supreme" (Its All In There mix) (9:57)
  4. The Moul - "Love Supreme" (Drum mix) (4:40)
  5. Metaboman - "Love Supreme" (Metabomix) (5:57)
  6. Dave Aju - "Love Supreme" (A Dub Supreme mix) (8:10)
  7. Ark Pit Spector - "Love Supreme" (A Rush Supreme) (6:14)
  8. Ark - "Love Supreme" (Free mix) (7:06)
Review: Parisian oddball house legend Ark teams up again with fellow local and Prospector head honcho Pit Spector to inaugurate Ark Records. A longtime in the making no doubt but worth the wait. Love Supreme LP as the title suggests is a tribute to the legendary John Coltrane and the pair have drafted a who's who of deep house and minimal to lend some hands and ears. Highlights include The Mole's "Molemix"; a sublime serving on reductionist bounce, Frankfurt genius Lo Soul who is as brilliant as ever on the sublime and hypnotic "It's All In There Mix" and Ark himself with his "Free Mix" which is as dusted down and as funked up as we all like it!
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Tentation (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: WD 27. Rel: 13 Aug 18
Techno
  1. Another Rhythem (18:47)
  2. Ping Pong Rhythem (16:45)
Review: With previous releases by Tin Man, Veiled and King Blood, Philadelphia based White Denim are back with the debut LP by Graham Dunning: a self-taught artist and musician based in London. His live work explores sound as texture, timbre and tangibility - drawing on bedroom production, tinkering and recycling found objects. Much of the work evolves through experimentation with different processes: considering the methods by which sounds become music, process as a continuum encompassing both improvisational and procedural methods, and testing analogous processes across different media. Dunning provides two immersive minimal techno workouts on the Tentation EP, with the slow burning and dubbed-out echomania of "Another Rhythem" and the further reductions of "Ping Pong Rhythem" on the flip - reminiscent of Psychick Warriors Ov Gaia or Plastikman's early exploits. Highly recommended.
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Cat: FAITBACK 01LP. Rel: 25 Apr 17
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Moire (Piano Organ) (6:52)
  2. Rock In The Videoage (8:03)
  3. They, Them (7:20)
  4. Them, Their (4:56)
  5. Moire (Guitar & Horns) (6:39)
  6. Tendency (7:19)
  7. Moire (Strings) (6:22)
  8. Do Dekor (5:26)
  9. Drift (5:15)
  10. Poren (6:50)
Review: These days, we're all familiar with Jan Jelinek's trademark brand of dusty, dubbed-out, jazz-sampling downtempo explorations. That wasn't the case when Loop Finding Jazz Records, his acclaimed debut album, first appeared back in 2001. It has since become an in-demand item, making this reissue more than handy. It remains a fine album; a blazed shuffle through a sonic world where dub techno, ambient, minimal house, jazz and downtempo grooves and seductive vinyl crackle merge into one intoxicating hybrid sound. It's not showy and over-the-top, but rather becalmed and subtly seductive. In other words, it's still a brilliant album and if you don't own already own a copy, you should add this to your cart sharpish.
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Played by: Zenner, Agnostic Rhythm
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XYXX (2xLP)
Cat: IAIY 008LP. Rel: 31 Jan 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. XY (1:52)
  2. Instinctual Lover (4:07)
  3. Body Worx (3:49)
  4. The Limit (3:06)
  5. Noisy Vibration (10:01)
  6. XX (7:21)
  7. I Know You (6:30)
  8. Horses Of Imagination (0:59)
  9. Taken (6:20)
Review: Born in Tehran and raised in Berlin, Nima Chatrsimab aka NYMA utilises his heritage and melting pot of influences on this record. The album is made in collaboration with vocalist Noisy Vibration, sitting somewhere between house, techno and electro - with honest pop sensibilities. He began his career around 2013 with early affiliations with the likes of Items & Things and Desolat, but has since released mainly his own imprint IT'S ALL IN YOU. It's definitely more of the bleepy and bumpy minimal house you've come to expect from him, with highlights such as the classic acid house vibe of "Instinctual Lover", the sweaty jackathon of "Body Worx" and the brooding darkwave vibe of "XX". Also, the gnarly EBM stomper "I Know You" is worth mentioning, making for a diverse yet cohesive collection of tracks. Chatrsimab has also been involved with product design - along with Magda he was responsible for a custom MIDI DJ controller with German manufacturer Faderfox a few years back.
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Flourish (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: CCYCLPX 1. Rel: 13 Nov 14
Techno
  1. Ripples Trough Ice
  2. Breathless
  3. Sand Dunes
  4. Tape Grunge Rave
  5. Break Through
  6. Daisy Spirals
  7. Flourish
Review: As The Cyclist, Derry-based musician Andrew Morrison first surfaced back in 2011 with a cassette on Crash Symbols but came to wider attention with last year's excellent Bones In Motion LP for Leaving Records. The fifteen tracks spilled with tape saturated magnificence from every angle, and since then Morrison has diverted some of his creative energies into the more dance floor-focused Buz Ludzha. That project debuted on All City earlier this year with a 12? of "distorted '80s house" called Love Repetitive Rhythmics, and it's the Dublin label that now issues his latest LP as The Cyclist. If anything Flourish is a more focused set than his debut, building on his established style but veering down exciting new sonic avenues and in "Tape Grunge Rave" possesses one of this year's best track titles.
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Cat: ALLINN 027. Rel: 12 Jun 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Future (9:43)
  2. Future (Coldfish remix) (7:28)
  3. Future (Polambient remix) (5:25)
  4. Future (Janeret remix) (9:09)
  5. Future (Howl Ensemble remix) (7:29)
  6. Future (Pola remix) (7:42)
  7. Future (Jaffa Surfa remix) (8:01)
Review: Hungarian imprint All Inn has done a terrific job with this reissue of US tech-house stalwart Halo's 2000 cut "Future", a rolling, percussive, late night classic that remains one of the producer's finest tracks. Alongside the original version, there's a gaggle of new remixes stretched out across the 10" and 12" package. Coldfish provides a languid, jazz-tinged, deep "broken house" interpretation, with French producer Janeret opting for a hypnotic and loopy take reminiscent of Circulation's best work. The Howl Ensemble bumps up the bass for a more dub-fuelled deep house feel, while Jaffa Surfa opts for a more metallic tech-house vibe. Also worth checking is the PolAmbient interpretation, which launches the track into deep space via heavy sub-bass and intergalactic effects.
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A View (2xLP)
Cat: DOTE 001. Rel: 12 Jun 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Balancing Act (5:23)
  2. Second Wind (6:45)
  3. Justified Fried (7:07)
  4. Stop Elate (5:37)
  5. Packaging (6:40)
  6. Two Sided Embrace (7:03)
  7. April AM (5:38)
  8. Spooked (5:44)
Review: Junes kicks off a new imprint, Dote, with a full-length exploration of the direct yet dreamlike sound he's made his own. With his usual flair for crisp grooves and ghostly palettes, A View reveals a broader range of nuanced vibes. Second Wind and Stop, Elate show a playful buoyancy, and a sense of discovery in tracks like Balancing Act and Two-Sided Embrace add a narrative pace to the collection. There's time for some of the creeping, spaced out atmospheres that hallmark some of Junes' previous best, but with tracks like Packaging, the realisation of this sound is richer than ever. There's a restless feel throughout the work, too - especially evident in the closer Spooked - and a feeling that we've been on a trip that doesn't end here.
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Lyra (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: MEANDER 025. Rel: 13 Feb 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Atralux (11:49)
  2. Phylae (7:35)
  3. Lyra (6:59)
  4. Vega (13:39)
  5. Myths (7:26)
  6. Cabinet Of Mirrors (8:02)
Review: David Koch, better known as Dewalta has gradually grown his Berlin-based Meander label into one of the most respected names in minimal techno, and production wise he has really hit his stride in recent years. Testament to this is his new double opus Lyra, with the second part being a collection of ambient productions that will launch the new Horizons sublabel. In Greek mythology, Lyra represents the Lyre of Orpheus, given to Apollo, which is said to be the first music instrument ever made. The dusty and understated techno reductions that he similarly explores with studio pal Mike Shannon are evident on the album, with highlights such as "Atralux" and "Myths". Things get fully cavernous and glacial on chilling dub techno journeys such as the title track, and broadening the album's groove diversity are deep, dreamy and ethereal numbers (well suited to the afterhours) such as the evocative closer "Cabinet Of Mirrors". One of 2019's most highly anticipated albums and worth the wait.
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Lobster Club (limited gatefold double 12")
Cat: TCS 02. Rel: 05 Nov 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Wald 1975
  2. A New Beat
  3. Warhol
  4. Orchestra Rehearsal
  5. Fiction
  6. Cauldron
Review: Known most for his TC Studio work alongside Matei Tulbure, Traian Chereches has latterly taken to working in a solo capacity and demonstrated an equal degree of aplomb for unique rhythms and joyful sensations. Fans of the Romanian's work will delight in this double pack on his and Tulbure's prospering TC Studio label with the six tracks on Lobster Club really showing Chereches' full production range. Proceedings begin on an abstract note with "Wald 1975" memorable for some bold vocal sampling, though tracks such as the tumbling "A New Beat" and "Orchestra Rehearsal" will provide more than enough dancefloor satisfaction.
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