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Dream 2 Science
Cat: RHRSS 4. Rel: 26 Oct 21
 
Deep House
My Love Turns To Liquid (5:25)
Breathe Deep (5:36)
Mystery Of Love (5:20)
How Do I Love Thee (7:44)
Liquid (4:46)
Dream To Science (4:42)
Review: Rush Hour have released some killer reissues in their time, and this mini-album from Ben Cenac of Newcleus fame, released under the Dream 2 Science moniker in 1990 is no exception, sounding like a conscious response to the warm, soul-flecked offerings of contemporaries Bobby Konders, the Burrell Brothers and Lamont Booker. Amazingly, Dream 2 Science still sounds remarkably fresh, 22 years on. The production, in particular, is terrific. While many house records of the period sound clumsy and dated, there's a timeless quality to the intricately programmed drum machine rhythms, the drifting chords, warm analogue basslines and cute vibraphone melodies.
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Romancing The Stone
Romancing The Stone (double 12")
Cat: AOS (1975). Rel: 07 Apr 14
 
Deep House
Leave
Romancing The Stone!
Frogs
Surpass
Review: Despite some FXHE releases containing playful artistic references to the films that undoubtedly referenced the titles, this Romancing The Stone double pack from Omar S is sadly lacking in any MS Paint renditions of the Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner 90s vehicle of the same name. It does however contain four more fine examples of the fact no one does it quite like Omar S. Lead track "Leave" sets the tone, as ripples of percussion emerge from a pool of simmering sonic emotion and embarks on a masterclass in slow build dancefloor revelation at breakneck pace. "Romancing The Stone" pulls from the same palette of anthemic Omar S productions as "Here's Your Trance, Now Dance" and "Psychotic Photosynthesis" as a lead array of synths, keys and chords weave with supple grace over crunchy drums - watch out for the track finishing abruptly. On the second 12", "Frogs" dovetails from a simple disco guitar loop into fucked up abstract acid techno territory with little prior warning whilst "Surpass" finds AOS ending with some anthemic maximal piano house.
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At Night (remixes)
Cat: DFTD 050X. Rel: 14 Jan 22
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
At Night (Peggy Gou Acid Journey remix) (7:10)
At Night (Tiger & Woods remix) (7:10)
At Night (Purple Disco Machine remix) (7:10)
At Night (Shakedown Galactic Boogie) (6:50)
Review: Return to 2001: Swiss brothers Shakedown drop an iconic house anthem that debunked the standard XXL funk du jour with a much spacier, synth-based 80s boogie sound. Still relevant and heavily played, Defected have commissioned three on-point artists for the 2018 contemporisations: Peggy Gou gets her acid tweaks on, Tiger & Woods pitch down the vocal and dust off the Street Sounds electroid feel and Purple Disco Machine cooks up an unapologetic funked up house jam that wouldn't have gone amiss on Classic back in the day. For good measure Shakedown return with their own signature Galactic Boogie version that pumps with strong Moroder tendencies. Good night.
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Played by: DJ Mau Mau
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Annoying Mumbling Alkaholik
Cat: AOS 000. Rel: 19 Aug 14
 
Deep House
Annoying Mumbling Alkaholik
Serving Cavi On 18 & Garfield
This Muthafuk'ka
Review: With a title like Annoying Mumbling Alkaholik, you'd expect this three-tracker from the mighty Alex "Omar" Smith to be full of pent-up anger and bitter frustration. Sure, there's a raging rawness about the third track - an undulating trip into spiraling acid territory - but for the most part the EP is a beacon of simple beauty. The opening track is particularly picturesque, with beautiful, new-age influenced melodies and immersive pads riding a cymbal-heavy Detroit deep house groove. There's more Mood Hut/Future Times style synth work on the Tangerine Dream influenced "Track 2", which contrasts deep, sun-kissed melodic loops with a fuzzy drum machine groove.
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Tonja EP
Tonja EP (12")
Cat: PRYP 002. Rel: 20 Dec 17
 
Progressive House
Trippleton (8:14)
Spanish Delight (7:13)
Loco (8:18)
Global (8:01)
Tags: Nu Disco | Acid House
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Silk & Shmoove EP
Cat: COMP 2361. Rel: 20 Oct 06
 
Minimal/Tech House
Your Rolling Hills
Like I Was King (Black Label mix)
Horsin' Around
Silk (dub)
Review: Superb new 4 track EP from Germany's Move D (aka David Moufang of Source Records, KM20, Warp, Liebe*Detail). If you remember his legendary "Kunststoff" album and all his warm analogue techno, house and deep ambient works and you may will have a deja-vu. Pure class!
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It Can Be Done But Only I Can Do It
Cat: AOS 6000. Rel: 12 Aug 11
 
Deep House
Solely Supported
Supported Solely
Look Hear Watch
I Come Over
Ganymede
You Wish
Over You Too
It Can Be Done But Only I Can Do It
Nite's Over Compton
Here's Your Trance Now Dance
Skynet 2 B
Bobien Larkin
Review: Omar S has always been something of a maverick, but even by his own high standards, surprise second album It Can Be Done, But Only I Can Do It is something else. Like much of his work, it's an album of acute contrasts: tough and aggressive on one hand (the ragging acid of the opener and "Ganymede"), soft, calming and blissful on the other ("Nite's Over Comption"). Along the way, highlights are plentiful, from the heady deep house of "You Wish", sparse porno beatdown of "Look Hear Watch" and hypnotic rhythms of "Bobien Larkin", to the next generation Motor City techno of "Over You Two" and near-anthemic simplicity of "Here's Your Trance, Now Dance".

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Orbital Resonance EP
Cat: EMOTEC 001. Rel: 19 Jul 21
 
Electro
Dreamcoast (6:03)
Wheel Of Time (6:02)
Echolab (5:12)
Cyclotron (5:55)
Review: MOY has been whipping a very tasty strain of braindance over the past year across a number of labels such as AC Records, Batrachian and Exalt. These are surely bountiful times for warm, playful acid and tricksy electro, and this latest drop from the London-based artist on new label Emotec surely adds fuel to the fire. MOY's sound is rounded and self-assured, striding forth with the moody, breaks n' bleeps vibe of 'Dreamcoast' and bolstered by the emotional jack of 'Wheel Of Time'. 'Echolab' has a fatter, more polished finish to it, but once again the gnarly 101 and 303 lines are front and centre. 'Cyclotron' offers up something a little deeper to close the EP out, completing a beautifully rendered set of braindance dynamics.
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Moon Faze Sun Gaze II
Cat: MCLP 0032. Rel: 02 Jun 16
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Von Party & Dreems - "Wet Raga" (10:21)
Red Axes - "Boosha Gdola" (5:48)
Dreems - "Sine 'O' The Tymes" (7:17)
Nick Murray & Kris Baha - "Say Something" (7:18)
Ccolo - "F33lings" (3:54)
Review: The second installment of Multi-Culti's Moon Faze Sun Gaze series is a typically psychedelic affair, with an impressive cast of producers delivering a quintet of trippy workouts. Von Party & Dreems join forces to present "Wet Raga", a spaced-out combination of delay-laden drums, space disco electronics, and Eastern mysticism. The ever-reliable Red Axes fuses heavy post-punk bass, with punchy percussion and minimal wave melodies on the excellent "Boosha Gdola", while Dreems go solo on the weirdo acid-electro bubbler "Sine O'The Tymes". Nick Murray and Kris Baha underpin psychedelic disco electronics with the heavyweight throb of house on "Say Something", before Cocolo draws proceedings to a close with the pitched-down shuffle of analogue wobbler "F33lings".
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Tusk Wax Fifteen
Tusk Wax Fifteen (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TW 15. Rel: 03 Nov 14
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Gizzy The Fox
Gizzy The Fox (Scott Frazer remix)
Gizzy The Fox (Coyote Lysergic remix)
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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Beam Me Up (remixed)
Cat: RNTR 037. Rel: 22 Jun 21
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Beam Me Up (Prins Thomas Diskomiks) (8:35)
Beam Me Up (Kim Ann Foxman Beam Me To The Basement mix) (5:56)
Beam Me Up (Each Other remix) (9:03)
Review: A decade ago, New York band Midnight Magic delivered arguably THE greatest disco anthem of the 21st century, the sing-along classic that is 'Beam Me Up'. Fittingly, Razor 'N' Tape has decided to mark the record's anniversary by delivering a trio of fresh remixes. Prins Thomas' A-side remix is the most faithful to the original, though it also boasts his usual dubbed-out effects, loose and heavy disco percussion and some wriggly acid lines amongst the disco bass, melancholic horn blasts and now-familiar vocals. Over on side B, Kim-Ann Foxman re-imagines the cut as a sleazy, mid-tempo acid disco chugger and Each Other re-frames it as a surging, arpeggio-driven dance through Italo-disco pastures. Ace!
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Incidents
Cat: SFQCD 002. Rel: 26 Jun 17
 
Minimal/Tech House
Entry
A Civil Dose
Fever
Stand Up
Do It For Me
Disco Rebellion
Shape Your Dreams
Raid
Master Of The Universe
Ripple Effect
Exit
Review: After recent releases on the Save Fabric album, Alola & Jack Trax, Mr.C has delved deep into his musical psyche to deliver an acid master-class that's influenced by Ska, Dub, Electro, Italo Disco, Acid House & Tech House, bringing his roots up to date with this massive modern production. Incidents is about things that can happen while clubbing. Down-tempo tracks Entry Search, A Civil Dose & Quick Exit will dub you out. Slightly quicker Acid Fever & Stand Up will completely groove you & dance tracks Do It For Me, Disco Rebellion, Shape Your Dreams, Raid, Ripple Effect & Master Of The Universe will make you dance like no-one's watching. Incidents is the complete electronic album that pulls all the punches, gives a nod to the past & yet has it's feet firmly embedded in the future. This is easily Mr.C's best solo work to date & essential listening.
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Funkyjaws & Friends
Cat: FJM 03. Rel: 09 May 23
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Eddie C - "Do You Wanna Dance" (6:48)
Elado - "25.4 Millimeters" (5:21)
Scruscru & S Timoshenko - "Ace! ID?" (5:21)
Funkyjaws - "In Your Ear With It" (5:53)
Review: The FunkyJaws Music label invites us deep into their world for a third time here with another delicious 12".It's a various artists EP that features one of our top disco favourites - Eddie C. He opens up with 'Do You Wanna Dance' which has vocals pacing about the mix and old school acid bass twangs under raw house drums. Elado's '25.4 Millimeters' is a Middle Eastern funk workout with spangled drum hits and the flip side brings twisted acid disco and the cosmic trip that is 'In Your Ear With It' from Funkyjaws themselves.
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Nation 2 Nation (reissue)
Cat: UR 005R. Rel: 21 Feb 23
 
Techno
Big Stone Lake (4:14)
Sometimes I Feel Like (6:51)
Nation 2 Nation (5:17)
Body & Soul (5:31)
The Theory (Mind mix) (2:25)
303 Sunset (3:38)
Review: This reissue of Underground Resistance's seminal Nation 2 Nation LP is a significant moment; the group's messages of liberation and resistance feel as relevant as ever, not least given the reivisionist concept behind this EP. Perhaps, though, we should resist chinstroking too much; for the original liner notes of this seminal release criticize the over-intellectualization of characteristically African American art forms such as house, hip-hop, jungle and jazz. Even so, this 1991 classic stands as tall as ever, with sax contributions from Lenny Price helping to explore exactly what jazz would sound like if it had originated with the analogue gear that was available to UR's members, decades later.
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Higher State Of Consciousness (reissue)
Cat: SR 12321SPECIAL. Rel: 26 Jun 20
 
Minimal/Tech House
Higher State Of Consciousness (Tweekin Acid Funk) (6:20)
Higher State Of Consciousness (Deep Slow Chill edit) (6:20)
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Baka/No Entry
Cat: IIB 062. Rel: 05 Dec 22
 
Balearic/Downtempo
Baka Re-Rub (4:41)
No Entry (6:43)
Review: Last year's 'Will We Ever Dance Again' 12" was a big one for Coyote who now follow it up and impress once more. First up they do so on 'Baka Re-Rub' by paying their respects to the iconic Jon da Silva remix of The FADS track. It's steamy, tropical, full of loose drum energy and jangling synths that lightened up any club. On the flip you find 'No Entry' which is a big house anthem plenty of classic tops, uplifting arpeggios and pianos, and dramatic strings next to big acid lines. It's an all out, hands in the air gem that brings the good times.
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WAFFLES 005
Cat: WAFFLES 005. Rel: 16 Dec 16
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Aqua Dolphin (5:27)
Computer (5:54)
Review: The mysterious Waffles series, rumoured to be the work of Belgian legends Soulwax, has been one of the success stories of 2016. It has succeeded, in part, due to the eccentricity of much of the source material. There's plenty more madness on this fifth volume in the series, with A-side "Aqua Dolphin", offering a skewed fusion of razor-sharp, acid-style electronics, mind-altering new beat rhythms, and plenty of weird, chopped-up vocal samples. Flipside "Computer" boasts similarly psychedelic acid lines, alongside gravelly, end-of-days vocals, synth riffs seemingly inspired by the original 1988 version of The KLF's "What Time Is Love", and a head nodding, toe-tapping breakbeat rhythm. We have no idea what the original source material is, but it's a deliciously weird and wonderful re-edit.
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The Gooch EP
Cat: SS 052. Rel: 20 Dec 13
 
Techno
The Gooch
Zodiak
Body Blow
Review:  been four years since Chicago producer Andres "Specter" Ordonez pitched up on Theo Parrish's Sound Signature label with the smoky, bleep-laden killer "Pipe Bomb". Here, he returns to the Detroit veteran's imprint, bringing with him three more slabs of fuzzy analogue oddness. "The Gooch" is the real killer, a 10-minute freakout that sounds like a jazz band making murky techno with just analogue machinery to play with - all wonky electronics, subtle acid and loose but relentless cymbals. The bolder "Zodiak" impresses with its 303-driven aggression, while "Body Blow" sounds like Hieroglyphic Being jamming with Buddy Miles. On Mars. That's gotta be good, right?
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Paranoid London
Cat: PDONLPCD 001. Rel: 04 Dec 15
 
Techno
Light Tunnel (feat Mutado Pintado)
Transmission 5 (feat Mutado Pintado)
Headtrack
Paris Dub 3 (feat Paris Brightledge)
Machines Our Coming
Lovin U (feat DJ Genesis)
We Ain't
Eating Glue (feat Mutado Pintado)
300 Hangovers A Year (feat Mutado Pintado)
Paris Dub 1 (feat Paris Brightledge)
Line Up Meltdown (feat Mutado Pintado) (1:30)
Review: Given their famously militant approach to music formats, it's a surprise to see Paranoid London's previously vinyl-only 2014 debut album finally being issued on CD. For those who missed out first time around, it's well worth checking. As you might expect, it makes great use of both vintage analogue equipment and similarly old skool influences, in turn doffing a cap to Phuture-style Chicago acid, Inner City, hip-house, Green Velvet, Dance Mania style ghetto-house, and stripped-back, dancefloor-friendly machine soul. Despite the ragged nature of some of the material, it's both hugely listenable and hangs together impressively - no mean feat given the DJ-friendly nature of the tracks. It all adds up to a retro-futurist treat.
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Tags: Acid House
 in stock $7.92
Backtracking
Cat: TNS 018. Rel: 22 Jan 16
 
Minimal/Tech House
Backtracking (8:01)
Backtracking (Schatrax remix) (7:52)
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Enjoy Your Self EP 3
Cat: EESS 007. Rel: 21 Nov 22
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Akio Nagase - "Mbira Dub" (6:47)
Akira Arasawa & Ground - "Multi Gud Z" (7:16)
Akira Arasawa - "Dolphin" (6:57)
Saeko Killy - "Dancing Pikapika" (6:06)
Review: Enjoy Your Self EP 3 is, as the title suggests, a third deep dive into the offerings of Osaka, Japan-based label Chillmountain Recordings. It has a wealth of different producers on its roster, all of whom twist up house, electronica, experimental, dub and Balearic sounds into fresh new grooves for cultured dance floors. It is tribal and percussive dub from Aki Nagase that immediately gets us locked in before Akira Arasawa & Ground combine for the sludgy and slow motion dub of 'Multi Gud Z.' Akira Arasawa's 'Dolphin' has underwater sonar sounds and watery rhythms then the EP closes on what might be the best of the lot - a percolating dub in the form of 'Dancing Pikapika.'
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Played by: LEGO EDIT
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The Labour Of Love EP
Cat: KLRLTD 028. Rel: 12 Dec 18
 
Deep House
SAM (5:37)
Devious Melon (8:17)
Just Go With It (feat Juliet Mendoza) (6:53)
Pepe's Beat (6:46)
Review: It is with a heavy heart that we wish Houston based imprint Kolour LTD farewell after 15 years of serving up the real proper deep stuff - respect! They wanted to put out one more 12" (because that's just who they are!) and it comes courtesy of Australian group The Posse - a five piece run by Andrew Elston and Ross Ferraro, comprised of veterans from all over Australia's music scene who have had releases on Plastic World and local Sydney maverick Ken Oath's own label. Featured on the Labor Of Love EP are four deeply discofied cuts that will live on in the heats of the label's most devoted followers for years to come: from the lo-slung and sultry summertime deepness of "S.A.M.", the psyched-out mission aboard the acid express that is "Devious Melon" or the feel good hands in the air epic "Pepe's Beat" that features a totally mad chord progression - what a way to close out an end of an era.
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The Rhythm Of Life
Cat: FJM 02. Rel: 27 Jun 22
 
Deep House
The Rhythm Of Life (6:30)
Deep & Acid Things (5:57)
Review: Sergey's second release on his own Funkyjaws Music label ready for summer, vinyl only limited pressing!
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Tags: Acid House
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ROBOT84 vs TAMA
Cat: ROBO 1. Rel: 01 Aug 22
 
Deep House
ROBOT84 V's TAMA (vocal) (5:39)
ROBOT84 V's TAMA (dub) (6:17)
Review: London producer Scott Ferguson, aka Robot84, continues his superlative run through 80s speckled gear on his own label. This time he's cooked up a killer slice of proto house with an Afro vocal boost from TAMA. From the slick reverse edits to the warm thrum of the bassline, the classic drum machines patter to the spangled arps, this is feel good business rendered with reverence and love for the roots of dance music as we know it today. Stick on the A side for the vocal version, flip it over for the dub, or better still bag two copies and get creative in the mix.
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MOONLIGHT 001
MOONLIGHT 001 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MOONLIGHT 001. Rel: 28 Mar 22
 
Minimal/Tech House
Jay Tripwire - "Esssit Musiue" (13:18)
Magnus Asberg Vs Sound Of The Suburbs - "Sunset" (6:57)
Microman - "Inga Aviseringar" (7:44)
Review: It's time to get to know Club Magnus, a new label that launches with Moonlight 001, a various artist collection that brings together some fresh contemporary talents across three forward thinking cuts. Jay Tripwire opens up with his scintillating tech house sounds embellished with all the usual acid and after party freakiness. Magnus Asberg then keeps you on your toes with his nimble drum work and the cyborg electro funk of 'Sunset' (vs Sound Of The Suburbs) while Microman closes with the more dark, involving and intense techno convulsions of 'Inga Aviseringar'.
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Tags: Minimal | Acid House
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Lost & Found EP Vol 3
Cat: KT 033V. Rel: 09 Apr 24
 
Deep House
Let It (Give Me Back My Love) (feat AbbieLee) (5:55)
Another Dawn (vocal mix) (5:07)
The Bassline (Kerri Dark mix) (7:09)
The Breeze (7:57)
Review: New Jersey house don Kerri Chandler is rightfully lauded as a hero of the scene. He continues to pour his heart and soul into every record and imbue his music with real-world emotions that elevate his tunes. He is of course a master of a deep but driving sound that borrows from soul, funk and jazz in ignitible ways. The third volume of his Lost & Found EP series on his own label Kaoz Theory is packed with more gold, from the slinky depths of 'Let It (Give Me Back My Love)' to the soul staring vocal work of 'Another Dawn' via more paired back sounds on 'The Bassline' (Kerri Dark mix) and the percussive energy of 'The Breeze.' Yet another essential Kerri 12" for your collection.
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Orbital (remastered)
Orbital (remastered) (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: LMS 1725118. Rel: 18 Apr 24
 
Techno
The Moebius (6:57)
Speed Freak (7:06)
Macro Head (6:47)
Oolaa (6:36)
Desert Storm (11:44)
Fahrenheit 303 (8:22)
Steel Cube Idolatry (7:47)
High Rise (6:38)
Chime (live) (6:06)
Midnight (live) (6:33)
Belfast (7:31)
Review: Orbital's debut album is classic album in the techno genre. A name that needs no introduction really, Orbital defined rave and techno through the 90s creatively and performance wise. This self-titled or as many know it by, 'The Green Album' features perhaps the most popular songs of the rave generation in 'Chime' and 'Belfast'. However, tracks like 'Midnight', 'Steel Cube Idolatry' and 'The Mobius' are the birthmarks of Orbital finding their sound that would turn them into Glastonbury legends and soundtrack pioneers. This edition is true to the original 2x12 making it desirable for those new to the album, those who want a second copy or those who want to complete their Orbital collection. Orbital's roots begin here and have them at their most raw. Do not miss out on having a part of rave history with this record!
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Squanchy Thoughts EP
Cat: BMVMT 009. Rel: 06 Mar 23
 
Minimal/Tech House
Satisfaction (6:44)
Joyful Profile (6:13)
Just Tell Me (6:20)
Squanchy Thoughts (feat Shibafu No Baga) (5:25)
Review: Following on from his remixes of Robert James' LP Battle Of The Planets, Berlin-based Klix goes in for the kill with four examples of club-friendly grooves that are big on dancefloor dynamics but also boast a delicate sensitivity to melody that's often left behind when it comes to the minimal/tech genre. Check, for instance, the distinctly understated acid undertow to 'Just Tell Me', balanced beautifully with lush, New Order-esque pads, or the almost imperceptible trails of flute left across the landscape of 'Satisfaction'. Best of all is probably 'Squanchy Thoughts' featuring Shibafu No Baga, the vocoders and synth lines rendering it like a post-rave Kraftwerk.
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2 Late 4 Love (2023 Edition)
2 Late 4 Love (2023 Edition) (12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: ACIWAX 90. Rel: 12 Apr 23
 
Deep House
2 Late 4 Love (part 1) (6:58)
Cwejman Acid (part 2) (5:18)
Melchester Acid (part 1) (3:12)
Emotinium (6:01)
Track 5 (5:43)
Track 6 (1:43)
Review: Six years have now passed since cuts from Roy of the Ravers' brilliant '2 Late 4 Love' cassette made their debut on vinyl, via a highly limited EP that's now fiendishly hard to find. This '2023 Edition' of the in-demand EP offers two tracks from that 12" - pleasingly lo-fi acid jack-track '2 Late For Love (Part 1)' and the fuzzy, machine-driven deep house-goes-acid minimalism of 'Emotium' - plus a pair of favourites featured on the cassette version but not the previous vinyl release (the brain-melting acid electro jam 'Cwejman Acid (Part 2)' and the hissing, distorted TB-303 and TR-909 weight of 'Melchester Acid (Part 1)'. Throw in a bonus cut recorded in the same period ('Track 5') and you have an indispensable reissue.
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Jiraya EP
Jiraya EP (12")
Cat: HOD 026. Rel: 16 Jun 20
 
Deep House
Our Love (6:31)
Forgotten (5:41)
Jiraya (7:32)
Funk, Nah (6:07)
Review: Killarney's David Sheerin makes a strong step into the spotlight with this 12" on House Of Disco, which finds him rounding out his musical identity with some seriously slick house cuts. "Our Love" is a smooth and bubbling track underpinned by some tidy acid and peppered with vocals on top, while "Forgotten" rides a dusty groove and hazy chords for a lazy summer treat. "Jiraya" takes things higher with strafing arpeggios orbiting a steadfast groove, and then "Funk, Nah" drops some big room dynamics to seal the deal on this sturdy breakthrough EP.
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Nella (feat Craig Bratley remix)
Nella (feat Craig Bratley remix) (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: NP 005. Rel: 21 Nov 22
 
Balearic/Downtempo
Nella (6:32)
Nella (Craig Brateley remix) (5:35)
Review: The Neapolis label brings us two slices of sun drenched house with a distinctly European feel and a dubby twist, as Partenopes from Naples offer up the beach ready 'Nella' before Craig Bratley takes the track and turns it on its head. His remix is a slow burning acid affair set to leisurely, breezy hip-hop beats, tailor made for that hour when the sun goes down and the tempo goes up. Magical.
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Played by: Rocco Universal
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It Just Happened EP
Cat: NG 148. Rel: 20 Feb 24
 
Minimal/Tech House
It Just Happened (6:36)
Crew Thing (6:14)
House Music Transcends (6:27)
Review: Steve Bug is going on 30+ years of writing electronic music and travelling the world as a top DJ with no signs of letting up. It Just Happened is his latest and finds its way to the legendary and iconic Nu Groove records. It must be daunting to release music on such an amazing label. 'It Just Happened' has all the makings of a classic worthy enough for the Nu Groove logo. Veteran Cle who has worked on many projects with Steve is featured here as well. For those that really know Steve Bug's background, they know he is equally involved in house music as he is with techno. Tracks like 'Crew Thing' show his ability to make a standout house track while 'House Music Transcends' closes things out with your hands in the air. We respect Steve Bug so much for his work over the years. When he is old skool mode like he is on this EP, you just have to say respect to the man. Respect!
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Tags: Acid House
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Movin' 2 The Sound (feat Acid Jerks, Fort Knox 5, DJ Absolutely Shit remixes)
Movin' 2 The Sound (3:41)
Movin' 2 The Sound (Acid Jerks Refix) (6:10)
Movin' 2 The Sound (Fort Knox 5 remix) (4:01)
Movin' 2 The Sound (DJ Absolutely Shit remix) (5:40)
Review: From the artwork to the vocal stamps to the beats themselves, this is a brilliantly retro-tactic release that brings plenty of nostalgia to the dance floor. Ursula 100 serves up the goods with 'Movin' 2 The Sound' - a dense and intense cut with vocals musing on drum beats and rocking the house, electro-tinged bass and lashings of acid with plenty of analogue percussive sounds. The Acid Jerks Refix strips away some of the noise to focus on the 303 and loopy vocal fragments and Fort Knox 5 up the acid-electro vibes on their rework. Last of all, the DJ Absolutely Shit remix brings some big jungle breakbeats and lively sax. A fun and destructive EP for sure.
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Desert Leather EP
Cat: MAD 006X. Rel: 30 Aug 23
 
Deep House
Desert Leather
Missing Channel (Static Electricity mix)
Katanga Slide
Portal Vortex
Review: You've heard of Two Shell, but now it's time for Two Cold, whom you almost certainly (and criminally) haven't. A mysterious project blending lo-fi, acid house, and electro, 'Desert Leather' is their latest statement of intentional crunch, spanning everything from dungeon-synthy workouts to bouncy acid oddballs. Most of note is the sonic rubber ball that is 'Katanga Slide', essentially a sports-whistling body-motivator from cyberspace.
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Played by: DJ Mau Mau
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Right Place
Right Place (hand-stamped 1-sided 12")
Cat: DIGWAH 08. Rel: 20 Dec 22
 
Minimal/Tech House
Right Place (8:59)
Review: We still don't know much about Digwah, but what we do know is that they make killer tech house cuts. In the past, these tasty, straight-to-business white label 12"s have been supported by dons like Ricardo Villalobos so Digwah is deffo doing something right. For this one, we get treated to 'Right Place' which samples some of the vocals, chords and fx from the legendary Radiohead tune 'Everything In Its Right Place.' They are layered into a sleek, silvery, well-polished tech house groover that bumps, grinds and makes you sweat. Sure to come big on the underground circuit.
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Flutes Of Gold EP
Cat: RNTR 064. Rel: 06 Feb 24
 
Deep House
Flutes Of Gold (8:08)
Right Beside Me (4:32)
Homage To Bossa (7:04)
Acid Party At Santa Barbara (6:06)
Review: The rightly lauded Bogota producer Felipe Gordon has always turned out plenty of high quality music and this year already he has lined up a new instrumental hip-hop album Psychedelic Melancholia. But that's not all because now he arrives on the much loved Razor-N-Tape with his fine Flutes Of Gold EP. The title track is pure joy with shuffling and jazz-infused house grooves topped with lush chords and golden melodies. 'Right Beside Me' has more swing to it and an intriguing vocal sample that is perfect for late night dances. 'Homage To Bossa' has Latin influences and 'Acid Party At Santa Barbara' has prickly 303s twisting and turning through another warm house arrangement.
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Live From The Multiverse (Infinite 2)
Cat: EES 039B. Rel: 12 Jun 23
 
Deep House
6th Chakra (feat DJ Deflektorschild) (5:31)
King OTN (5:54)
DX Metero (4:51)
Starfather (6:18)
Review: (Emotional) Especial and Giraffi Dog join forces once more to offer up the second installment of their concept EP series. It is focussed on live and studio collaborations and this one comes in two halves: the first half kicks off with '6th Chakra' (feat DJ Deflektorschild) - a fully live deep house and hi-tek soul exploration with mind-expanding synths and Detroit drum sounds. 'King OTN' is a jack dup acid cut ripped with cosmic synth details and 'DX Metero' has sheet metal synths lashing about next to ethereal synths and busted drum breaks. 'Starfather' is a star-facing closer with elegant piano notes dancing over serene grooves. A vital showcase of this essential live artist.
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Past Moves I
Cat: SUSH 66. Rel: 15 Apr 24
 
Minimal/Tech House
Lazy Bones ((Past Moves remastered)) (8:43)
You Alone (7:01)
Review: Sushitech is back with another of its sublime vinyl-only projects and this one focuses on the work of Dexter. There will be three 12"s in all that draw together some of the producer's finest moments. He is a truly cult figure amongst those who know and he served up a fresh take on tech, acid, dub and house between 1997 and 2004 when these tracks were first made - if you can find any of those original records prepare to pay loads for them, or else dive into Past Moves I. It has a brace of slick, tightly programmed cuts underpinned by rolling pads with lovely lo-fi pads up top. Heady stuff.
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The Free Form EP
Cat: POE 14. Rel: 14 Sep 20
 
Deep House
Freedom House Dance (6:58)
Catching Thunder (5:27)
Gradated Blue (feat Hermon Mehari) (6:45)
A Wave Supreme (6:20)
Review: Last time out, Stefan Ringer came well and truly correct for People of Earth, so the follow up EP was always going to be a tough challenge. French producer Hugo LX proves himself more than worthy of the job, however with this superb deep and spaced out four tracker. 'Freedom House Dance' is the opener, and rides on waves of cosmic synths and deft pads. 'Catching Thunder' is more business like thanks to the chattering claps and more direct and purposeful bassline. 'Track three layers in some doleful trumpets to a taught baseline to make for stylish jazz vibe and lastly, you're cast off into the universe on a wave of infinite pads and meandering leads.
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This Is The Sound
Cat: HOTC 198. Rel: 17 Jan 23
 
Minimal/Tech House
This Is The Sound (6:13)
Creators (7:09)
Creators (Acidapella) (5:41)
Review: Here's a massive collaboration from two titans of house music, albeit spanning different generations. Riva Starr and Todd Terry are both legends in their own right, and they team up for this partnership on Hot Creations which is all about no-nonsense, big room pressure for the peak time crowd. 'This Is The Sound' is a whole heap of fun, with classic samples and stabs thrown around the mix on top of a sexy, bass-heavy groove. 'Creators' is clearly a nod to house's Chicago roots as the pair get into a Trax strain of acid that's seriously gnarly, the 303 tweaked to its very limits and then tweaked some more. For those wanting to get freaky in the mix with that same 303, there's also an 'Acidapella' thrown in for good measure.
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Fari 116
Fari 116 (12")
Cat: PLA 040. Rel: 28 Mar 22
 
Deep House
Fari 116 #1 (5:59)
Fari 116 #2 (5:53)
Fari 116 #3 (5:55)
Fari 116 #3 (5:38)
Review: Platform 23 presents Ani-Roy, a project from friends Aniruddha Das and Gary "Roy" Stewart, who recorded two 12's of improvisational acid-house meets drone and samples in 1990.

They met over a love of principally reggae and post punk at Trent Polytechnic, Nottingham in 1982, and started combining equipment, to make tape loops and delays for exploring the basics of dub, all the while building their own Sound System.

This learning and experimenting converged their interests in early possibilities afforded for programming sounds and effects. They moved to London / Birmingham respectively and continued their collaboration until all things aligned in 1990. Coming together with Andrew Campbell, a community / social entrepreneur based in Nottingham - and with access to the Marcus Garvey Centre studios - they recorded two improvisational jams to 2 16 track; Ani arranging drum and bass lines, programming 'counter melodies' with a TB-303, and Roy looking after the ominous ambient loops, melodies, riot and Prince Far I samples.

The fact there were so many "versions" compelled Andrew to put the results out on two 12's instead of one. Fari 116 and Tilt were self-released on hand-stamped white labels.

Archival testaments, but set apart from the burgeoning acid house scene - here they are re-mastered and reissued some 30 years later by Platform 23.




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Summer Love
Cat: VIBR 023. Rel: 13 Sep 21
 
Minimal/Tech House
Summer Love (6:30)
Summer Love (Gherkin Jerks Tribute mix 1) (5:08)
Desert Valley (6:55)
Desert Valley (Gherkin Jerks Tribute mix 2) (5:51)
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Tilt
Tilt (12")
Cat: PLA 041. Rel: 30 May 22
 
Deep House
Tilt #1 (5:45)
Tilt #2 (5:28)
Tilt #3 (5:28)
Tilt #4 (5:29)
Review: Aniruddha Das (DSPSSSSD) and Gary 'Roy' Stewart (Dubmorphology) have been collaborating since the mid '80s as Dubnoiz Coalition. While Das went on to acclaim as part of Asian Dub Foundation, Stewart is an experimental artist producing sound design and immersive works for the likes of Tate Museum. Back in 1990, they created some of their first tracks as Ani-Roy, mixing the early influences of acid house with their interest in drone and sound effects, the results being the improvised jams 'Tilt' and 'Fari 116'. They were pressed as very limited white labels, remastered and reissued some 30 years later here on Platform 23.
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Played by: Piers Harrison
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Up At Dawn
Cat: CC 04. Rel: 08 Jan 24
 
Minimal/Tech House
Eli Verveine - "Morning Dub" (7:27)
Two Metromaniac Guys - "Execution Error" (6:59)
Tim Jackiw - "Empty Theater" (10:26)
Review: Chateau Chepere's fourth outing is another blissed-out bit of sunrise material that carefully accompanies dancers from a darkened dancefloor out into the light. Zurich's underground mainstay Eli Verveine kicks off with the zoned-out tones and dusty deep house drums of 'Morning Dub' before Andu Simion & Dragos Roban aka Two Metromaniac Guys then comfort with the dubby, lo-fi deep house of 'Execution Error' with its hazy melodies and leggy bass. Australian underground talent Tim Jackiw then brings things back into sharper focus with the crisp dub tech of his classy closer 'Empty Theater'.
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ENDZ 047
ENDZ 047 (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 047. Rel: 28 Sep 21
 
Minimal/Tech House
Everon (7:23)
Izbraz (5:54)
Radian (6:17)
Review: Rich NXT is one of the super reliable contemporary house producers who serve up functional records with a twist. Here comes another such trio on the popular Eastenderz label. 'Everon' pairs acidic bass and bobbling grooves with a heady sax line that drifts up top to add the all important special ingredient. 'Izbraz' is a much darker tune - a collision of dusty jungle breaks, haunting chords and warped vocals that is brilliantly dense and unusual. Lastly, 'Radian' slips into a freak 4am minimal vibe with a hiccupping hook and crispy 90s tech house beats.
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Kassian Versions 003
Kassian Versions 003 (limited hand-stamped 12")
Cat: KASSIAN 003. Rel: 05 Jan 23
 
Disco/Nu-Disco
Get Down (5:50)
Timewarp (5:29)
Ultimate Warlord (8:28)
Review: Shall Not Fade and SB Jamz producer Kassian sure does like to let his music ruminate for a while before he follows it up with any more. This is his third outing on his own self titled label and it comes well over 12 months after the last. Once again though we're treated to three superb jams. 'Get Down' is a heavy analogue house jam with skewed synths and sleazy vocals perfect for a grotty warehouse. 'Timewarp' is even more raw and naughty with its acid prickles and ghetto drums then 'Ultimate Warlord' closes out with stomping peak time energy.
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Raw Viz Shun EP
Cat: UAR 012. Rel: 11 Apr 23
 
Deep House
Solid Gold Playaz - "I Can't Think (The Nation Is Sick)" (7:11)
Solid Gold Playaz - "I Sold My Life To Acid" (7:13)
Gari Romalis - "Detroit After Dark" (7:30)
Brian Neal - "Panties" (4:01)
Review: Upstairs Asylum Recordings is one of the many seminal Detroit labels run by local legend Norm Talley. It's right in the middle of a busy run right now with no fewer superb run with three new EPs all dropping in quick succession. This one is a split EP with US duo Solid Gold Playaz taking care of the a-side. As always with this pair, their sounds are deep and dusty house with exquisite melodies tugging at the heart. On the flip, Gari Romalis steps up with the slick percussive skip of 'Detroit After Dark' then 'Panties' from Brian Neal brings jacked up analogue groves that lean into techno with a big fat bassline.
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Yellow Jackets Vol 3
Cat: YJ 003. Rel: 27 Apr 22
 
Deep House
Patrice Scott - "Mood Swings" (6:38)
EDB & Gary Superfly - "The Fifth Floor" (7:12)
Review: Detroit legend Patrice Scott joins forces with EDB and Gary Superfly, delivering a two track tidbit of digestible house curios. Scott's A-sider 'Mood Swings' sonically charts the feeling of melancholic ups and downs via minimal house, nailing the dubiousness of the mood with careful portamentos between strung notes, and blue-noted piano to garnish the ivorian cupcake. 'The Fifth Floor', meanwhile, upends things into a much wider, galactic spacefaring affair, as broken beat drums and acid squelch ground pie-in-the-sky flareups of synth.

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