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Los Amigos EP (140 gram green vinyl 12")
Cat: HT 021. Rel: 05 Dec 16
Deep House
  1. G-Capsule (6:27)
  2. Pierrot (6:30)
  3. Playhead (6:21)
  4. Los Amigos (vinyl only) (6:30)
Review: Tomoki Tamura's Holic Trax label has been nurturing Tuccillo among its many regular artists over the years, and now the Italian wonderkid returns with another distinctive run of jams from the wild side of deep house. There's a psychedelic quality to the rich textures that vibrate throughout "G-Capsule", while "Pierrot" keeps things lean and limber with some minimal percussion and a cheeky bassline that will work wonders in the mix. "Playhead" takes old skool New York house into a modernist mindset, and then "Los Amigos" finishes off in a more sensual celebration of unconventional house music.
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Remixes Volume 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ERC 046-2/MT 013. Rel: 29 May 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Red Axes - "Shake The Mind"
  2. Jamie Paton - "Take Me To The Beach"
  3. Prins Thomas - "Sudaniyya"
  4. Khidja - "Simple Helen" (feat Borusiade)
Review: Emotional Rescue and Malka Tuti serve up another round of top shelf remixes and revisions of John Rees Lewis' mid-late 80s project C Cat Trance, following in the wake of the Screaming Ghosts compilation. First up to bat are Red Axes, who bring a seductive line in loose and limber drumming to "Shake The Mind" that should suit the Fourth World dancefloor massive just fine. Jamie Paton brings a tough, clamouring intensity to "Take Me To The Beach," while Prins Thomas takes a truly spiritual approach when weaving the intricate arpeggios and percussion of "Sudaniyya." Khidja and Borusiade team up on "Simple Helen," presenting a dense and hazy trip into exotic territory with sinister undertones.
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Cat: 416486 Rel: 26 Jan 11 • View all MIDI cables & adapters
 
5 pin DIN to 5 pin DIN MIDI cable
Notes: A high quality MIDI cable for connecting music controllers and devices together. Strong and flexible cable comes with low loss conductors and global shielding ensure a clean data stream. It is terminated at each end with a 180- 5-pin DIN plug.

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Porn Wax Nine (hand-stamped, numbered marbled pink vinyl 10")
Cat: PW 9. Rel: 02 Feb 15
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. 80's Movie
  2. Night Crush
Review: "Strictly limited, hand stamped, individually numbered, no digital."
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Cat: ERS 008. Rel: 14 Oct 13
Deep House
  1. Highway
  2. Circle Dance
  3. Tortuga
  4. Route 242
  5. Meditation
  6. Tiptoe In The Sand
Review: With releases on a who's who list of labels that are pushing experimental, underground house and techno including L.I.E.S, Creme Organisation, Echovolt and Strange Life, William Burnett has been steadily putting out releases that have gained a lot of respect without having to shout too loud about it. So much so that as well as running his own stella WT Records label, William is now often cited as a producer's producer. Deep and full of dub aesthetics that encompasses a world of it's own, his music is not just driven by a need to keep the floor moving, but are also about taking your headspace somewhere else. Progressing things a stage further is the Black Deer project. Recently launched, but in gestation for some time, it's introspective slant, plus loose referencing to his upbringing in Texas, allows William more freedom for experimentation. The Last Tortuga is taken from the same sessions that yielded the Willie Burns The Overlord EP on Trilogy Tapes as well as Black Deer's Trail Of Tears EP on Rush Hour, this 6 track EP has been due on the label for sometime, but it's been worth the wait as his sound has developed and expanded to take in ambient, drone and krautrock and highlights his musicianship in a new light.
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Modo #01 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MODO 01. Rel: 03 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Jouska (6:43)
  2. Berlin In Winter (6:38)
  3. Tarantism (8:08)
  4. Mabble (5:26)
Review: Freerotation resident Tom Ellis has decided to launch a label, In Modo Di ("in the style of", in classical music terms), packing this first release with four of his own productions. While opener "Josuka" is seeped in gentle positivity and hazy warmth - a by-product of a toasty bassline, dreamy keys and swirling atmospherics - for the most part the EP is an ultra-deep and emotion-rich affair. "Berlin In Winter" is particularly spellbinding, with melancholic melody lines wrapping themselves around soft-touch grooves and icy atmospherics, though IDM and ambient-inspired closer "Mabble" - think a slightly cheerier take on the Biosphere sound - is almost as awe-inspiring.
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Variation EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VGNR 02. Rel: 25 Apr 16
Techno
  1. Sea-Vissy
  2. Variation 52
  3. Calmclav
  4. An Unexpected Movement
Review: Second EP from the Vigenere label.
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Chatter EP (12")
Cat: FINA 017. Rel: 12 Jan 15
Deep House
  1. Chatter
  2. Astronomer
  3. Operator
  4. Operator (Monty Luke mix)
Review: Growing up in Metro-Detroit, and having recently played on the 'Made in Detroit' stage at this year's Movement Festival, you'd have a fair idea of what to expect from Appian. Indeed, the influence of the Motor City's signature sound on much of the burgeoning talent's output is unmistakable. Yet Appian's forthcoming release 'Chatter EP' on FINA Records is a testament to his varied and experimental production style; a distinctive sound borne out of inspirations as varied as funk, experimental electronica, disco, "80s stuff", early house, and Aphex Twin.

First up, Appian takes funk staples into the deep house realm with dexterity and class with the EP's title track. The strong and rhythmic electric bass and Hammond organ-esque chords simply ooze a feel good funk and lock you in from the get go. The foregrounded filtered cymbals give the snappy 4/4 beat a jazzy twist and help drive this unquestionably contagious, warm and upbeat groove forward. All in all, an organic and energised house jam, fit for all kinds of shoulder shrugging, finger clicking, side stepping goodness.

The suitably titled 'Astronomer' meanwhile is light years away from the lead track in terms of its vibe. Feel good, perhaps, however the long drawn out, and warped synths hypnotise from the offset whilst the sporadic and gently melodic chords soften the mood, evoking feelings of weightlessness and calm. The gradual layering of experimental blends of beats and analogue bleeps transport to infinite plains, slowly building in momentum to a kind of warped, futuristic crescendo. An equally well crafted composition but definitely suited to star gazing than shoulder shrugging.

On the flip side, Appian mixes it up again. 'Operator' shares many of the same abstract characteristics as 'Astronomer' but the introduction of industrial stabs and more robotic analogues over a back drop of an extended synth, makes it an experimental take on a more classic, raw Detroit sound.

Last up and unsurprisingly, Planet E's legendary Monty Luke showcases his freethinking and flamboyant production prowess with a bad ass reworking of 'Operator'. He cleverly complements the original's synths by added another leading loop which, along with the staccatoed beats and crisp high-hats on the off, step up Appian's offering a gear or two. By bringing the backdrop more to the fore and piling on percussion and atmospheric blasts he achieves a frenzied fusion of sounds that is sure to bring a palpable energy to the dance floor.

A classy EP from some of Detroit's finest emerging and established talent. Worth chatting about.
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Cat: VRL 001. Rel: 27 Oct 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Astronomers
  2. Contemporary
  3. Vesna
  4. Waltz On The Run
  5. Raxxla (part 2)
  6. Velocity Of Dub
  7. Wed Bells
  8. Udmurtia
  9. Void
Review: A long awaited studio album of Saint-Petersburg based live-electronic music trio D-Pulse.
For the past few years D-Pulse has released their music on such established labels as Island, Tirk, Teardrop, Gomma, and Theomatic. Mostly known for their remixes, band decided to bring their debut studio album via their very own imprint - Vernal records.
The band's melancholic sound echoing from the numerous factories and forests of their homecity, Izhevsk, fused with exeptional production established D-Pulse as one of the most vivid and respected live acts on the contemporary Russian indie and electronic music scene.
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Dirty Frequencies (transparent with red & yellow splatter vinyl LP)
Cat: ERS 012. Rel: 29 Sep 14
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Reverse
  2. Shout Out Loud
  3. Dirty D
  4. Forward
  5. Mary
  6. Dream (Don't Give Up)
  7. Cool Breeze
  8. Amen
Review: Emotional Response welcome Detroit's Fuxa to the label with a mini-album that takes their trademark pyschedelic guitar and synth instrumental rock and showcases the more spiritual and ethereal creativity running within. Specially curated from Fuxa's two recent digital only albums - "Dirty D" and "Frequencies for Physical, Mental and Spiritual Healing" - this special 8 track selection sees each album represented on one side of vinyl. Highlighting band leader Randall Neimann's talent, a mastery of the studio that creates a wall of (mellow) sound that envelops and encases in equal measure. While very much Randall's band, the colloborative nature of the project sees numurous artists appear, with members from Mazzy Star, Add N To (X), Dean & Britta, Spiritualized and founding member Ryan Anderson all providing willing support to seek his primal sound. Noteworthy too is his first appearance as lead vocalist. It is the uplifting to hear his voice on the celebratory Shout Out Loud, the paean of Dream (Don't Give Up) and finally the blissedout-surf-psychedelia of Amen. Dirty Frequencies is a welcome departure for the label, a pyschedelic turn in the mold of the Nick Nicely (ERS005) release, but all the better for it because these sounds and ideas deserve to be heard. An inner trip yes, but really a celebration of the deeper part of the soul - a way to connect.
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Tentacles Of The Deep EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BUCKET 008. Rel: 08 Aug 16
Deep House
  1. Umibozu
  2. When Craken Show Up
  3. Umibozu (Tomi Chair Move In The Deep Sea remix)
  4. Tentacles Of The Deep
Review: Bucketround presents the eighth EP written and produced by Manuel Costela, 3 tracks and the remix of Tominori Hosoya (Japan) inspired by Japanese Middle Ages, when mythological monsters wake up from the Deep.

"Omibozu (Original version)" is a trip of rhythms and percussion in the middle of a survival battle in the purest sound of American deep house style. "When Craken Show Up" provides us with a delicious fragrance and textures from the reefs, mixing feelings with the voice of the composer. "Omibozu remix" is the powerful touch of Tominori Hosoya "Tomi Chair" (HQ Pressing-Japan) and the dance floor face of the monster directly from Pacific ocean. "Tentacles Of The Deep" is the relaxing movement of the EP, from the caves of the darkness and naughty voices of Andrea Rocha to enter the depths mixed with Manuel Costela's piano.
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Depths EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BKR 011. Rel: 30 Mar 15
Deep House
  1. Depths
  2. Trip (Matthew Burton & Kate Rathod remix)
  3. Trip
  4. Right Now
Review: Brighton's Black Key Records has won many underground house fans thanks to superb releases from Iron Curtis, Tom Ellis, Ethyl & Flori and others, and is now back with another tasteful offering from Cecil. The EP is supported by a remix from Berlin's Matthew Burton and Kate Rathod.
Artfuldivision's head honcho, Cecil, hails from the midlands city of Leicester, that has in recent years become less known for it's hosiery and more for it's deep house. Born Thomas Fallon, he has released on 124 Black, Slow Town Records and Moonlight and comes correct here once more.
The title track 'Depths' is a liquid deep house cut that saunters along at an inviting tempo as blurred chords roll next to the groove. Lazy claps add human warmth, a fat bassline makes you want to shake your limbs and overall it's a cuddly, feel good house offering.
His next cut 'Trip' is deeper, more driven by its rubbery kicks, and rawer. The keys here are pleasingly unhinged, a rasping bassline brings plenty of bite to the table and once again the result is an acid-flecked deep house number that puts most to shame. The remix comes by taste making duo Matthew Burton and Kate Rathod, who have released on Fear of Flying and Visionquest amongst others, and have recently played room 1 at the infamous Fabric nightclub. Their stripped back techno sound is showcased once again here, with elastic drums, molten chords and tripped out sound design all making for a slick, synthetic back room cut for the heads.
Finally, 'Right Now' from Cecil is crunchy and expertly reduced, where a shuffling drum clap combo is embellished with jazz motifs, swirling pads and a drunken bass riff that is full of feeling.
Black Key never fails to impress, and the unearthing of this latest talent and his superb deep house offering sets them off in fine stead for 2015.
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Udacha 13 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: UDACHA 13. Rel: 24 Oct 16
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Legli Tumanom (7:33)
  2. C - Music (6:48)
  3. Wind Shaped Tune (8:59)
  4. Aerial Dance (6:19)
Review: Surely one of the finest record labels operating out of Russia right now, Udacha welcomes Gamayun back for a second time to admirably dive into the particular spirit that surrounds the label. Somewhere between loose-fit soulful house grooves you might hear on Downbeat and a more mystical, far-out spirit, this mysterious producer is a dab hand at weaving a particularly enchanting spell. The jazzy fluidity of "C-Music" could easily sit alongside some of Vakula's more wayward works, while "Aerial Dance" pirouettes off into an abstract rhythmic space that truly stimulates even as it confuses. Records this fresh-sounding don't roll around every day.
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Well Cut Records 002 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: WCR 002. Rel: 16 Mar 15
Deep House
  1. Adventures In Lagos
  2. Three Strikes & Out
  3. Disorganics
  4. Silver Lining (Horace Silver RIP)
Review: "The second release for Danny Ward's (dubble d/moodymanc) Well Cut Records features an ep from "Balaphonic". A project which fuses organic live instrumentation and musicianship with deep and modal dancefloor sensibilities.
"Adventures in Lagos" is a long evolving and deep building hypnotic afro groove featuring spoken word samples of Fela Kuti and street sounds taken from 1970s Lagos.
"Three Strikes and Out" is a lush sounding deep, 119 bpm organic groove which builds into a percussion workout and has been championed of late to great effect in the sets of Osunlade.
Opening side 2, "Disorganics" is a nod toward the great Brazillian recordings of the 1960s and seventies yet keeps the tempo firmly locked for the dancefloor. Live samba percussion opens into themes built on 10 string guitar parts and a driving double bass line which build to a melodic drop based on a theme played on plucked cello! Definitely one for the heads!.
Closing the e.p. is "Silver Lining", in tribute to the late great jazz musician and musical visionary Horace Silver. Dark, ride driven, earthy house drums propel a modal grand piano and double bass riff to build the tension which evolves with an ever expanding analogue synth line, keeping energy high whilst percussion and string parts develop to augment the dynamics!

For all further information and licensing enquiries please contact danny@dubbled.com
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Cat: HUDD 046. Rel: 15 Sep 14
Deep House
  1. JT Donaldson - "Got Myself Together"
  2. Maximiljan - "Son Of A"
  3. Professional Gigolo - "Professional Gigolo"
  4. Tuneon - "Hangin On"
Review: Proud Yorkshire label Hudd Traxx have been putting out a reliable stream of quality deep house since 2005, with artists like DJ Sneak, Rick Wade, Iron Curtis, Jay Bliss and Agnes just some of the many names to appear on the label. This 46th release features three debutants, while the fourth name, J.T. Donaldson, spearheads the release with a wishy-washy, bassline driven deep house vocal cut "Got Myself Together". Hudd Traxx provides Dusseldorf producer Maximiljan with his first physical release with the track "Son Of A" which merges the linear 909 house style of Norm Talley with smooth chords and cheeky vocals similar to the now defunct Swiss house duo Azuni. But most interesting for the label on this release, it's the two new names in Professional Gigolo and Tuneon that prove Hudd Traxx still know where to look when it comes to unearthing new and vibrant talent.
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Doing It (12")
Cat: IIB 041. Rel: 07 Sep 15
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Doing It (6:13)
  2. Doing It (Coyote remix) (6:26)
  3. Doing It (Mushrooms Project remix) (12:06)
Review: New artist Daniel Wainwright brings his psychedelic vibrations to Is It Balearic ...? Doing It is a slow motion sleazy trip into the acid house. Swirling vocals and psyched out guitars melt into chuggy acid beats and effects. Coyote up the tempo a touch and strip back the whole track on their remix. Dubby vocal samples and muted guitar groove along to an acidic finale. The second remix is a real thing of beauty from Mushrooms Project. Keeping the same slow tempo and adding space and texture with mellow guitars and extra sitar. A subtlely developing tribal workout. Groovy man.
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Beasts From Below (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IMM 043. Rel: 03 May 16
Deep House
  1. Underworld
  2. Immortal Melody
  3. Hydras Dance
Review: "HYDRAFUNK is an exciting Detroit Techno inspired collaboration between Immigrant Records owner and label manager Robin Porter and US analogue synth guru Mike Carr. The duo first collaborated back in 2002 releasing the 'Mental Stealth EP' on Immigrant, featuring the bassline and synth heavy 'Fathernature', a track that found it's way on 'Evil' Eddie Richard's Fabric 16 mix CD. Their debut three track EP, Beasts From Below, fuses the analogue aptitude of Mike Carr and Robin Porter's attention to sound frequency, arrangement detail and understanding of the dance floor, delivering an intoxicating peak time package of delight. "Underworld" is a deep journey of melodic synth work and chugging groove that travels into dark territories, complimented by uplifting percussion that builds into a peak time beast from the deep. On the flip, "Immortal Melody" delves even further into moody territory delivering a tantalising array of dreamy synths and jackin' old school percussion, that submerges into an abyss of texture before rising up into a dance floor banger. Closer "Hydra's Dance" is definitely not a token bonus track and is the most dance floor friendly cut; featuring Robin's knack for creating powerful basslines, unique vocals and Mike's ability to create depth and texture with his analogue synth programming."
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Clarinet Moods EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NMTR 002. Rel: 29 Feb 16
Deep House
  1. Clarinet Moods (Melody mix)
  2. Clarinet Moods (Lazy dub)
  3. Move To The Front
Review: The second offering from No More To Roam, Comes from one half of "2deepsoul", Rai Scott. A 3 track EP of low slung, sultry beats. Clarinet Moods, The EPs namesake, comes in two different cuts both with the Clarinet skills of Rai herself, the "Melody Mix" is real nod to the afterhours, subtle drums & A haunting clarinet lick, While the "Lazy dub" a little more upbeat, still has that afterhours vibe, carried with the clarinet & simple percussions, Closing things up here is "Move to the Front" built for the dancefloor, a Rolling bassline & synth, layered over a rolling percussion makes up the final cut.
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Aquafusion (limited CD)
Cat: MLPH 11CD. Rel: 07 Nov 16
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Back To Elba
  2. Aquafusion
  3. Duality (feat Krista Michaela)
  4. Surf Blue
  5. Barbados
  6. I Saw The Wind
  7. Open Sequences
  8. Seagulls
Review: Under the A Vision of Panorama alias, Mikhail Khavsko has released some of the most beguiling nu-Balearic music of the past few years. Aquafusion is his long-awaited debut album, and is sure to further enhance his already high reputation. Drawing on sun kissed synthesizer grooves, languid nu-disco and hazy pop for inspiration, the album boasts all manner of ear-pleasing highlights. These include the new age inspired ambient slinkiness of "Open Sequences", the Gigi Masin style bliss of "Seagulls", the mid-'80s synth-pop-goes-dancing bounce of "Barbados", and the baked, horizontal pop of "Duality" (which notably features the drowsy vocals of Krista Michaela).
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Stealth Mission Vol 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: STEALTHMISSION 002. Rel: 31 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Naked Eye People - "Short Distance" (5:59)
  2. Barrow Boy - "BTB" (Demo mix) (4:39)
  3. Bobby Durst - "Shape Shifting" (5:17)
  4. Mike Storm - "Dark Sight" (Sims JFF edit) (5:02)
Review: Having first surfaced last year with their first various artists release featuring the dearly departed Andreas Gehm, the Stealth Mission label is back with another four-strong salvo of no-nonsense acid, electro and techno. Naked Eye People kicks off proceedings with the punishing jacker "Short Distance" before Barrow Boy whips up a perfect slice of malevolent 303 mischief on "BTB (Demo Mix)". On the B side there's space for a little more reflection with the spacious pings of Bobby Durst's "Shape Shifting" before Mike Storm turns the heat back up on the delightfully unhinged "Dark Sight (Sims JFF Edit)".
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Shine EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LFR 009. Rel: 26 Jan 15
Deep House
  1. Shine
  2. Desake
  3. Journey's End
Review:  Layered, progressive, modern electronic music with ethereal harmonics and a nod to analogue forefathers is a universal in John Daly's musical cannon. And with Shine he's formulated a song that could encapsulate a moment in time at a Love Fever party. That 5am throb. Peaks and lows of a breather in the night,the sweating crowd, the stabbing baseline and fluctuating strings played loud and proud. In short, and unstoppable EP from a producer on the very top of his game. A Detroit influenced yet clearly very contemporary EP with strong support already on this one. With the B-Side, Desake floats into the EP, with a lead vocal stab layering into a dream-like baseline and rolling drum pattern continuing where Shine left off. And Journey's End may well be the secret weapon on this EP, playing out like a bard's lament.
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Thirsy (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PU 04. Rel: 18 Jan 16
Deep House
  1. Thirsty (EJM mix) (5:15)
  2. Thirsty (Thirsty Les Crocodiles Dread mix) (6:57)
  3. Thirsty (Safe House mix) (6:19)
Review: Release number 4 for Pleasure unit, see's the debut release from Lunar Concept Edgar Moon and nephew Junior. A wonky slice of stringy afro House backed with two remixes, one from label mates Les Crocodiles taking it on a slow trip up river.
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Chordz EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BC 007. Rel: 12 Sep 16
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Newman - "Chordz"
  2. Ourra - "Tropical Taste"
  3. Chini - "Horizons Of Funk"
Review: The Chordz EP brings it with 3 hot new modern Boogie tracks.

Label Hero Newman opens the release with the title track 'Chordz' - a synth-fuelled dancefloor banger, reminiscent of Harvey Sutherland's recent work. Flip it over and Ourra (aka Simon Tappenden aka 'Pop Out N Play') brings us a truly Tropical treat reminiscent of Palm Trees, Pina Coladas and 80's Miami sunsets. Last but not least, Keyboardist for Brian Ellis, Adam Chini plays 'Horizons of Funk'... a lush down tempo synth funk number bringing the EP to the perfect close.
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Cat: FSS 003. Rel: 09 Jan 17
Deep House
  1. Tangerines (7:26)
  2. Tungsten (5:33)
Review: It's been a while since we heard something fresh from Ike Release. The Chicago-based producer was on a productive roll through 2015, both solo and alongside Hakim Murphy in Innerspace Halflife, but now he breaks his silence with a sturdy two-tracker for Finale Sessions. As you would expect, gritty machine jams are the order of the day, but there's plenty of soul and mystery sprinkled atop the box beats to make for spellbinding results. Both "Tangerines" and "Tungsten" lurk in the lower registers of the tempo range, but there's a weight behind these productions that makes it far from mere warm-up fodder.
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Relics EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NR 003. Rel: 05 Sep 16
Techno
  1. Relics
  2. Black Ice
Review: Naura Records presents the third release of the Bleak series.

'Relics' is a full oriented dance floor track, twisted and static in all directions.
'Black Ice' reveals itself as a cataclysmic and intelligent analog tool with pulsating baselines and profound deepness.

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Tomahawk (12")
MIL
Cat: M 2022. Rel: 08 Jun 15
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Size 7
  2. Monolame
  3. Hardhead
  4. Where Are They Now
Review: After releases on Saints & Sonnets and Stay Underground, It Pays, Berlin artist Quell aligns with the MIL label for the four track Tomahawk which further cements his reputation for no-nonsense, stripped back house and techno music. "Size 7" sets the tone, a dark, underground roller with a trilling bassline and acidy bleeps that sits nicely alongside the shimmering chords and deep dubby vibes of "Monolame". On the B-side, Harhead leads with fluid percussive rhythms and sequential kick drums to give an immediate groove-intrinsic melody. The energetic, groove-led tone continues into the last track, "Where Are They Now", a Dark, techno-fused stripped back rhythm track with an acid tinged-feel.
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Cat: SNKY 004. Rel: 15 Sep 14
Deep House
  1. Alaska
  2. Na'am
  3. CUx3 (Nicholas & Marcoradi remix)
  4. Zubr (Ranacat remix)
Review: Londoners Kiwi and Ashworth return to Sneaky for a follow-up to Dawn EP, the warm, dusty and at times experimental release, championed by the likes of Daniel Avery, Eric Duncan and Tiefschwarz.
This Second EP takes a new format, with two original tracks 'Alaska' and 'Na'am' on the A-side, backed up by a Nicholas & Marcoradi remix of CUX3 and Ranacat's remix of Zubr. Alaska could be described as an amalgamation of the inspirations that lead to the first Sneaky release, combining the pumping house beats of CUX3, the comforting Wurlitzer of Zubr and the ethereal movie-soundtrack Dusk. Na'am is something totally different, existing mainly as a collage of recorded and found sounds, avoiding the usual structure of house music in favour of something reminiscent of the weirder side of the Chemical Brothers. Strange though the track may be, the climax would undoubtedly move a room full of pilled up ravers to a state of frenzy. The B-side remixes both hint to dance floors of the 90s, with Nicholas and Marcoradi making you wait and wait before dropping an unforgettable piano hook, whilst Sneaky's Ranacat lifts Zubr out of context and into peak time territory.
With great support from Laurent Garnier, Tensnake, Jef K, Mosca, Dusky, Kiki, to name just a few.
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Kick Drunk Love (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MATE 007. Rel: 11 Jul 16
Deep House
  1. Sidewalks
  2. Where's Ralf?
  3. No Grace
  4. Pigmy
  5. Stage Left
  6. Leaving
Review: Dave Aju, Alland Byallo, Kenneth Scott and Marc Smith joined together as KAMM, resulting in a mini-album called Kick Drunk Love for marcel Vogel's Amsterdam based label Intimate Friends.iDescribed in a press release as being influenced by the artists' "love of early '90s MoWax era laid-back beats," it features Barrite on lead vocals (with Byallo and Scott also contributing vocals), Smith on guitar, Byallo on trumpet and Scott on Moog synth. There's a couple guest appearances as well: Damian Schwartz plays some bass on "Sidewalks" and Eureka provides "a hell of a [vacuum] rev" on "Stage Left."
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Quavius (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LWKMUS 004. Rel: 03 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. Love The Way (2:27)
  2. Magic Man (2:10)
  3. R n' V (2:16)
  4. Composure (3:55)
  5. Cloud 904 (2:10)
  6. M 320 (4:09)
  7. Adiddas (feat Mich) (2:38)
  8. Can I Be (2:42)
Review: This mini-album marks a shift in emphasis for Lustwerk Music, with boss Galcher Lustwerk choosing to showcase the work of another producer for the first time. He's apparently been nurturing Florida-based Quavius for some time, encouraging the young producer to "experiment more" while following his instincts. It seems to have worked, because the majority of music on this debut release is top notch. It covers a lot of ground, with the A-side alone moving between R&B-inspired hip-house ("Love The Way"), hip-hop ("Magic Man"), woozy electronica ("R 'n' V") and spacey deep house ("Composure"). There's naturally plenty more to enjoy on the flipside, too, from the old school deep hip-hop bump of "M 320", to the crunk-tinged, cut-up goodness of closer "Can I Be".
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Cat: FLR 011. Rel: 03 Nov 14
Deep House
  1. Secret Silence
  2. To The Bone
  3. Vane Tempest
  4. C-Saw
Review: Iron Blu, UK producer and broadcaster on the mighty Intergalactic FM, has releases on Biotech, Rothmans, Plastic Fantastic, Out Of Bounds, Endless Illusion, Vivod and pending on new imprint LBL. His production career has spanned krautrock/cosmic, post-punk, electrofunk to what he does today. In past lives he has released on Blubber Lips, Some Bizzare, Hardware, Full Circle, HOS, Quad Communications, Coded, Global Underground and Morgan Khan's Streetsounds. Flight Recorder has been releasing a steady stream of 12" EPs and one CD album since Feb 2012 from Cottam, Kid Machine, Casionova to Antoni Maiovvi, Perseus Traxx, Alessandro Parisi and Emile Strunz amongst others.
Stepping aside from managing and A&R for Flight Recorder, Iron Blu releases his second offering for the label. "Science Probe Vessel" is 12 inches of jackbeat and Detroit techno. A1 is a dub-tinged organ driven 909 jack. A2 is a bass-heavy 909 jack cut through with glacial strings. B1 is heavy Detroit techno. B2 is a deep groovin' house workout fused with wobbly seesawing strings.
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Persistence In Time (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FS 027. Rel: 15 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. His Spirit
  2. Inner City Peace (part 1)
  3. Introspective - "When The Rain Comes Down" (feat Jenifa Mayanja - Michael Zucker Finale mix)
  4. Spiritual Graffiti
Review: Finale Sessions founder Michael Zucker steps into the limelight with his first full EP for the label in the five years it has been running. Zucker has of course featured on a handful of split releases from Finale but he doesn't waste any of the space afforded here with a quartet of superb and varied productions. Leading the way, techno track "His Spirit" bristles with life and percussive energy whilst "Inner City Peace" will likely raise some interested eyebrows in West London thanks to its killer broken beat programming. Face down, Zucker dips into his personal archives for an unreleased and rather crisp remix of Introspective and Jenifa Mayanja hookup "When The Rain Comes Down" whilst the wonderfully named "Spiritual Graffiti" ends the release on a high note.
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Ismael Samson (140 gram red transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: UNTLDPRO 005. Rel: 21 Nov 16
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. Lonely Wolf (9:34)
  2. Father (5:32)
  3. The Logical Question To Come Is Yet To Be Defined (feat Debashis Sinha) (16:19)
Review: Canadian minimal standard-bearer Pheek is the fifth artist to sign up for The Untold Stories Protagonist series, and he's packing some of the crispest grooves he's laid down in some time. "Lonely Wolf" is everything a minimal house track should be, with a crackling, shuffling beat and layers of subtle orchestration building into a soul-stirring groover. "Father" however takes a more abstract route into off-kilter percussion and exotic found sounds specifically arranged to tickle the mind. That leaves it to "The Logical Question To Come Is Yet To Be Defined" to dominate the B-side in a 16-minute trip that moves through all manner of moods and moments.
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Goddesses Of Inspiration II (transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: FLR 012. Rel: 08 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Urania (The Muse Of Astrology)
  2. Erato (The Muse Of Love Poetry)
  3. Euterpe (The Muse Of Flutes & Lyrical Poetry)
  4. Euterpe (The Muse Of Flutes & Lyrical Poetry)
Review: 18 months after Perseus Traxx brought Flight Recorder his first E.P, dedicated to four of the nine Muses of ancient Greece, the label now ushers in the second instalment dedicated to four more Muses, on Goddesses Of Inspiration II. The feel is the same as before with jagged cutting tones jammed live then edited down. Heavy synths and scattered drums perform an ode characterising the appropriate Muses, as tangled wires and a pair of hands wrench the overload of inspiration they give from basic machines. Once again Perseus' release on Flight Recorder is a unique set of acid-free sonic experiments, that sometimes feel as cold and edgy, as they do warm and carefree.
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Hypnotic Distribution Systems EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FFNV 05. Rel: 23 May 16
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. The Addict
  2. Already Crazy
  3. The Mermaid
  4. Ropax
Review: FarFromNormal are happy to announce the first vinyl only release of 2016 will be from the legend himself OCH. Coming from the back of years of musical experience we are proud to share with you a stunning original 4 track EP. The Hypnotic Distribution Systems EP is a perfectly produced record with a mixture of feelings through the EP on each track. This whole record just speaks for itself.
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Bleeding EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GH 32. Rel: 11 May 15
Deep House
  1. Bleeding (feat Human Life) (7:21)
  2. Bleeding (feat Human Life - instrumental) (7:22)
  3. Bleeding (feat Human Life - The/Das remix) (7:26)
  4. Bleeding (feat Human Life - Mark E Instrumenal) (5:40)
Review: 2014 was a definitely a huge year for dance music, with many up and coming artists being thrown into the lifestyle of hectic partying and relentless touring schedules. This also means that those who exploded onto the scene prior are no longer the new kids on the block. A few years is a long time in the life of a DJ, and the first few years are often the maddest.
The Adana Twins are a perfect example of one of these artists, having emerged onto the scene in 2012 with releases such as 'Everyday' and 'Strange', from the off it was clear that they had everybody's undivided attention.' (Pulse Radio) With DJ names like Take It Easy and Friso, it's probably to be presumed that German duo Adana Twins don't take themselves too seriously. That tongue in cheek attitude could be heard on their first productions and remixes. It's now almost almost three years later and the Twins' music vision is constantly developing.

After their highly anticipated release 'Drive feat. Khan' from 2014 the 2 boys from Hamburg are finally back on Exploited. 'Bleeding' features vocal snippets from LA based Human Life. This anthem has been causing massive feedback in their DJ-Sets so far. We hope you like it too. Including also Remixes from The/Das (Life&Death/Krakatau) and Mark E (Spectral Sound/Merc).
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Cat: IIBCOM 002. Rel: 01 Aug 16
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. The Two Mamarrachos - "En Calma"
  2. Glass Coffee - "Disclosures" (Coyote Uber remix)
  3. Clandestino - "Crack In The Sky" (Beat Broker Dream dub)
  4. Last Waltz - "Tribute" (Machete Savane remix)
  5. DJ Rocca & Daniele Baldelli - "Sartana"
  6. Daniel Wainwright - "Doing It"
  7. The Saint Petersburg Disco Spin Club - "Neva Liv U"
  8. Ilija Rudman - "Second Screen"
  9. Felix Dickenson - "Ousana" (Coyote remix)
  10. I-Boat Captain - "Poly Punk"
  11. Coyote - "California Jam"
  12. Craig Bratley - "Maverick Sound System Mix"
  13. Max Essa - "Burning Palms"
  14. Rompante - "How Low Can You Dance" (Ahiki remix)
  15. Sorcerer - "Zulu Honda"
  16. Coyote - "Sin Distracciones"
  17. 9DW - "Right On" (original mix)
  18. Leo Mas & Fabrice - "Sunrise 87" (Balearic Militant mix)
  19. Downtown Party Network - "The Returning" (Prins Thomas Diskomiks)
  20. Max Essa - "Feel The Machine"
  21. Baptiste & Pierre - "Virage" (Ruf Dug extension)
  22. Joe Morris - "Mpondo Theme"
Review: 2016 sees Coyote arrive at a decade of posing the question Is It Balearic? Replicating the compilation shaped celebrations surrounding their fifth anniversary, the landmark is noted with this fine 2CD collection. The compiling skills of Balearic chieftain Max Essa are called on for the first disc selections, with Coyote taking care of business on the second for a fine horizontally-minded celebration of all things Balearic encompassing 22 tracks. Tempos nudge back and forth, different vibes coming to the fore along the way as a dash of steel drum is replaced by forthright synth glistens and upright basslines. Legends mingle alongside future heroes, Foolish Felix and Baldelli impressing as much as Last Waltz and Clandestino. As the end nears, up pops Prins Thomas's classic Diskomiks of Downtown Party Network. Here's to another ten years Is it Balearic?
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Kinetic Drawing (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: WB 019. Rel: 24 Oct 16
Techno
  1. Kinetic Drawing (8:08)
  2. Kinetic Drawing (Porn Sword Tobacco Yoga BBQ Night Beach edit) (8:53)
Review: Always known as a wild maverick on the fringes of electronic music, Healing Force Project follows up on stellar appearances for Firecracker and Bedouin to deliver this incisive creation to Wicked Bass. With drums at strange angles and a certain touch of discordant dread around the synth tones lingering in the background, one would think "Kinetic Drawing" is a chaotic, clamouring mess, but instead it comes on like a poised, perfect slice of transcendental mystery. For those wanting a little structure to work such a mood into the mix, who better than Porn Sword Tobacco to shake a little salt into the track with his "Yoga BBQ Night Beach Edit"?
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Riverside Chapter: Upstairs (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FLY 005. Rel: 08 Jun 15
Techno
  1. Absence Principle (7:16)
  2. Fundamental Questions (5:32)
  3. Basic Income (7:18)
  4. Spread (7:29)
Review: For its 5th release Flyance Records highlights the Japanese artist Imugem Orihasam. The EP features four deep and dark tracks which remain within Flyance Records' universe. Keeping with an ambient and visual vibe, Imugem revives with the club energy of his famous "Relation EP" (Sistrum Rec.) and Ilian Tape EPs. With this new issue, Paris-based Flyance Records further confirms its ambition to blur boundaries between deep house and techno. Mastered by Optimum
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Purple Divine (100 gram vinyl 10")
Cat: MXW 04. Rel: 03 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Purple Divine
  2. Ordinary People
Review: Ekkohaus is no stranger to the house scene!! You can hear his intelligent, funktifying rhythms and grooves on imprints like Morris Audio, 2020 Vision, Circus Company, Flumo, Eklo, Mule Electronique, Brut, Moon Harbour, Holic Trax, Claap, Gruuv, Hudd Traxx, Diaphan Music and now MixxRecords!! We welcome the Greek native with open arms...

This special 10" purple colored vinyl is most appropriate as for the entitled "A" side is called "Purple Divine" and divine it is!! Playful percussion and drum-work along with a simplistic, melodic bass groove keeps you in hypnosis just longing for more!

You'll find a more jacked-up and jazzed up pump on the "B" side with "Ordinary People". DEFINITELY a house banger!!
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Cat: VCR 001. Rel: 05 Jun 17
Deep House
  1. Generic House Traxx (6:03)
  2. Please Him (7:01)
Review: Italian artist Paul Santangelo has been having fun messing with the sometimes po-faced traditions of the house music scene through a raft of home made productions on SoundCloud, but now with his Venetian Causeway label he's able to prove the clout to be found in his music. On this 10" the arch title "Generic House Traxx" actually does a disservice to the quality of the music contained within - Santangelo does a fine job of whipping up monosynth bass and ethereal pads astride an uptempo beat that, while familiar, has an atmosphere with considerable depth to it. "Please Him" on the B side goes further out on a mellow electro tip, plaintive leads and aqueous chords flirting with 808-style beats.
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Eye Of The Star Warrior (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: COR 003. Rel: 28 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. Dodging The Steamroller (7:21)
  2. How Beautiful Is The Red Zone (5:42)
  3. Eye Of The Star Warrior (5:59)
  4. Leisureworld (4:58)
Review: Timothy J. Fairplay's label Centurians Of Rome is back with its first vinyl release, after Timothy's 2013/14's cassette only mini albums 'Good For Driving In The Night' & 'The Promise Of Midi'. COR003 signals the return of the mysterious & enigmatic Antoine Rouge. After the release of the 'Spook Juke' EP on Timothy J. Fairplay & Scott Frasers Crimes Of The Future label Antoine disappeared, reports of his death in the French media last year remained unconfirmed and then in February this year he walked into Timothy's studio saying he'd spent the last year focusing on playing 'Hero Quest'. 'Eye of The Star Warrior' follows on stylistically from his debut EP. Produced entirely on junkshop preset keyboards, as after what happened before these are the only synths Timothy will let Antoine borrow. Four Trax of transcendental phase distortion Wavehouse from the self proclaimed Star Warrior.
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Tusk Wax Fifteen (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TW 15. Rel: 03 Nov 14
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Gizzy The Fox
  2. Gizzy The Fox (Scott Frazer remix)
  3. Gizzy The Fox (Coyote Lysergic remix)
  4. Sitting To Win
Review: limited 12" 180g records, single press, individually numbered, no repress, no digital with reDICKulous artwork hand 'crafted' by the man behind the label.
Tusk says, "The title track from TW15 was conceived after a particular heavy Tusk Wax label party at Renate in Berlin. I went back to my old pal PORK INTL's place for a bit of drunk studio time and told him all about the living legend that is Gizzy the Fox. A couple of bottles of wine later and I was telling the story to a microphone and we were writing an oddity of a track. If you have had the pleasure to meet Gizzy and spend time in Renate you might understand the lyrics, if not, they'll probably just sound like the rantings of a drunk man, funny that."
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Leiriu (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: WB 022. Rel: 04 Dec 17
Techno
  1. Shape Memory
  2. Living In The Future
  3. Dayna (with Mote)
Review: Ikeaboy is the intermittent project from Damian Tubbritt, who first debuted the moniker more than ten years ago. It's been a long while since any fresh material from this deep cover curio of oddball techno hit wax, but now Wicked Bass have done the honourable thing and gathered up this excellent trio of tracks. "Shape Memory" plies a funky line in squelchy bass and jangling delay trills, while "Living In The Future" opts for a more mysterious, pad soaked trip into spooked out electro. On the B-side "Dayna" sports some forthright drum machine beats and epic sweeps of synths that only serve to confound any expectations you might have about the sound of Ikeaboy.
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Cat: SE 009. Rel: 24 Oct 16
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Rock Your Bones (7:55)
  2. Disco Child (8:00)
  3. Get Up & Party (5:19)
Review: Blast away those gloomy clouds with this wonderful set from the Street Edits clan. Having previously been spotted on Lumberjacks In Hell with Rahaan, it's evident that Sean Sounds knows exactly what he's doing when giving classic funk and disco a tasteful re-rub. "Disco Child" on the B-side is likely the big party starter, but there's grade A soul to be soaked up elsewhere too. "Rock Your Bones" is an especially sunny jam with African flair in its bones, while record closer "Get Up & Party" has a classic 70s Motown feel to it. In the face of overly slick re-edits this is a release with a welcome grittiness to it.
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Late Night Stepper (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HS 006. Rel: 01 Jun 15
Disco/Re-Edits
  1. Late Night Stepper (original mix) (5:44)
  2. Late Night Stepper (Inkswel remix) (3:24)
  3. Late Night Stepper (Pablo Valentino remix) (6:16)
Review: The late nite stepper, the strut in the stuff that leaves you wanting more. That goodnight kiss, that early morning mist. Mystery producer Olmos steps to the plate for his debut 12" on Hot Shot Sounds, boogie funk vibes paired with modern nods to house- stomping OG mix backed with remixes from label boss Inkswel and Faces & McDE maestro Pablo Valentino.
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Captured (140 gram blue vinyl 12")
Cat: DJSOUNDS 001. Rel: 25 Jan 16
Deep House
  1. Lazy (7:57)
  2. Captured (7:43)
  3. DJ Beats (2:00)
Review: "Dj Sounds presents Captured, a 3 track EP for the house heads. Lazy is a ready-to-go exercice, easy to spin and fresh house track in its most classical yet very personal form, Captured is an intense Detroit oriented synth jam and Dj Beats is a short drum track reminding of the beat of track 1. That 001 is for the Djs who care about a fresh record of House. And those who like to dance."
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Apex Of The Sun's Way (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: O/O 001. Rel: 26 Jan 15
Deep House
  1. Apex Of The Sun's Way
  2. Solar Poise
Review: Refined selector and esteemed producer, Steve Braiden breaks out on his own with the Off Out label after some excellent releases for the likes of Rush Hour and Joy Orbison's now defunct Doldrums label. It's a good day when there is some new Braiden productions to soak up, and hopefully the establishment of Off Out will see them appear with more regularity in the future. As an opening statement, Apex Of The Sun's Way is a powerful one indeed! The title track is characterised by the sort of rhythmic poise we have come to expect from a Braiden production, with searing emotive textures rubbing up against some of the crispest drums heard this year. "Solar Poise" is equally memorable, with strange ghostly vocals trapped deep in the mix and an unpredictable synth careening around the channels.
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Cat: MFD 025. Rel: 29 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Need You Back (original mix) (7:17)
  2. Need You Back (Jamie Trench remix) (7:47)
  3. Need You Back (Dudley Strangeways remix) (7:41)
Review: Glasgow label Made Fresh Daily join the dots between the Ukraine and the US, ushering in a 12" hookup between Mystep and New York-based vocalist Frank H. Carter III for the fine Need You Back 12". It's a shame there is just the one collaboration from the pair here as Carter's yearning vocals and harmonies are a perfect fit for Mystep's subtle yet driving classicist house production. Complementing this, MFD affiliate Jamie Trench turns in rugged remix which dovetails nicely with the glistening dub techno take from Dudley Strangeways.
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A Time Before Now EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IMM 042. Rel: 18 Jan 16
Minimal House/Tech House
  1. A Time Before Now (Millennium mix) (7:08)
  2. Rebuilding (original mix) (5:10)
  3. On The Road (original mix) (6:30)
Review: Immigrant Records launched in 1998 and after a six year hiatus is back with an EP produced by US techno veteran Casey Hogan - his first vinyl release since 2008. Casey emerged in the late 90's with fellow techno legends Adam Beyer, Dietrich Schoenemann, Alexi Delano and Jesper Dahlback and is a pioneer of the original tech-house genre. Now a professional sound engineer, he is back doing what he does best and is currently working on new projects and remixes with Robin Porter for Immigrant and Shva Muzik. The EP's title track "A Time Before Now" was produced back in 2000 and has been pulled from his archives to show what tech-house was, is and should be, with it's shuffling percussion, arresting bass line, pensive chord lines and introspective vocals. "Rebuilding" highlights Casey's ability to create an effortless techno groove that chugs along with undulating sub bass and hypnotic synth patterns. "On The Road" takes a detour down a darker road with a haunting sub bass, trademark shuffling percussion and mesmerising chords.
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Cat: MODRU 004. Rel: 13 Apr 15
Footwork/Juke
  1. Brain Music
  2. Wet
  3. Brain Music (Slick Shoota remix)
  4. Wet (House Of Black Lanterns remix)
Review: Skubi steps into the limelight with his debut release for Modern Ruin, an imprint reserved strictly for the finest in footwork killers. "Brain Music" is basically a modern hip-hop lick with cavernous low-ends and that familiar juke vocal stutter. The same goes for "Wet", a relatively darker, dreamier sort of affair. Remixes comes from none other than Slick Shoota and House Of Black Lanterns, the former opting for a jungle swing while the latter twists and funks that juke into an even nuttier bundle of drums and percussion. Large.
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