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Loop Finding Jazz Records (reissue)
Cat: FAITBACK 01LP. Rel: 25 Apr 17
 
Experimental/Electronic
Moire (Piano Organ) (6:52)
Rock In The Videoage (8:03)
They, Them (7:20)
Them, Their (4:56)
Moire (Guitar & Horns) (6:39)
Tendency (7:19)
Moire (Strings) (6:22)
Do Dekor (5:26)
Drift (5:15)
Poren (6:50)
Review: These days, we're all familiar with Jan Jelinek's trademark brand of dusty, dubbed-out, jazz-sampling downtempo explorations. That wasn't the case when Loop Finding Jazz Records, his acclaimed debut album, first appeared back in 2001. It has since become an in-demand item, making this reissue more than handy. It remains a fine album; a blazed shuffle through a sonic world where dub techno, ambient, minimal house, jazz and downtempo grooves and seductive vinyl crackle merge into one intoxicating hybrid sound. It's not showy and over-the-top, but rather becalmed and subtly seductive. In other words, it's still a brilliant album and if you don't own already own a copy, you should add this to your cart sharpish.
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Played by: Zenner, Agnostic Rhythm
 in stock $28.57
578
578 (12" plays inside out)
Cat: FXHEGUNNS. Rel: 25 Jun 10
 
Deep House
Gunnar Wendel - "578" (Omar S Berlin mix)
Gunnar Wendel - "Rude Boy" (Omar S Rude Boy Warm mix)
 in stock $14.81
SL 01
SL 01 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SL 1. Rel: 20 Apr 20
 
Techno
Slowhand (10:21)
Tall For His Height (5:17)
Kez (7:15)
Review: Seminal reissue alert! Baby Ford had already been a chart-baiting acid house superstar by the time he launched the PAL SL label in 1996. He'd left behind the major label scene and moved firmly back into the underground with exploratory techno releases on Ifach and collaborations with Mark Broom. This new label marked a shift for Ford though, setting him up for the trips into minimalist club tracks that have been his bread and butter for decades now. From the machine soul trysts of "Slow Hand" to the woozy techno thrust of "Tall For His Height" and the atmospheric house wriggle of "Kez", this release is a classic through and through. Beat the sharks and nab a copy of this long out-of-print gem.
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 in stock $8.21
Pipe Bomb
Pipe Bomb (12")
Cat: SS 043. Rel: 28 Mar 14
 
Deep House
Pipe Bomb (1)
Pipe Bomb (2)
Review: Sound Signature are at it again with their dark, driving and jackin' grooves. Every time Theo Parrish decides a tune is worth pressing up nice and loud on vinyl, it's wise to pay attention. And so it proves here, with Chicago native Spekter dropping one-sided 12" "Pipe Bomb", a deadly and pounding excursion into the murkier corners of house music. It's not one for the faint hearted either, as an overwhelming sense of moodiness pushes ever forward, dripping in twisted samples and heavy techno kicks.
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 in stock $15.09
Los Alamos Motel
Cat: PPU 059. Rel: 03 Apr 14
 
Deep House
Puzzles In Life
Videophone To Space
Cruise Till The Sun Shines
Los Alamos Motel
Review: If you've ever got a few hours to spare, check out Legowelt's discography - the Dutch analogue fetishist is astonishingly productive (and, of course Legowelt is simply one of Danny Wolfers' many pseudonyms). Here, he adds another label to the growing list with a surprise appearance on Andrew Morgan's Washington D.C-based Peoples Potential Unlimited imprint. Unsurprisingly, Wolfers explores many of his favourite themes on Puzzles in Life, merrily skipping between melodic, bubbling deep house (the excellent title track), slo-mo Detroit futurism ("Video Phone To Space"), super-slo stargazing boogie (the superb "Cruise Till The Sun Shines") and woozy, intergalactic ambience ("Los Alamos Motel"). In many ways, this is an unusual turn from PPU, but it's a calculated gamble that's more than paid off.
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Dubout EP #3.13
 in stock $14.81
2 Bit Crew 03
Cat: 2BC 003. Rel: 24 Mar 15
 
Deep House
Track 1 (7:53)
Track 2 (8:01)
Track 3 (5:59)
Review: By their standards, Danish duo 2 Bit Crew enjoyed a very productive 2014, releasing well-received singles on Deso, Luvdancin' and their own self-titled imprint. Here they return to the latter with three more sumptuous chunks of tactile, arms-spread deepness. The untitled A-side arguably hits home hardest, with sweet, delay-laden loops and delicious riding a house tempo Motor City techno groove. The second track, nestled at the beginning of side B, seemingly shimmers with positive intent. The duo opts for Chez Damier style bass and a touch of vintage US house bump, while smothering the groove in darting synths and huggable electronics. Finally, the third track goes even deeper, delivering the dreamy tech-house equivalent of a long, sloppy kiss.
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No Geography
No Geography (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: XDUSTLP 11. Rel: 12 Apr 19
 
Breakbeat
Eve Of Destruction (4:40)
Bango (4:08)
No Geography (3:13)
Got To Keep On (5:17)
Gravity Drops (4:38)
The Universe Sent Me (6:03)
We've Got To Try (3:39)
Free Yourself (4:21)
MAH (5:37)
Catch Me I'm Falling (5:19)
Review: The Chemical Brothers are back with their 10th studio album (mixes and soundtracks not withstanding), and they're sounding especially fired up. The widescreen stadium psychedelia they've made their own spills out in abundance across "No Geography", but it's also matched with a feverish energy. The more up-tempo tracks, like "Gravity Drops" and "Eve Of Destruction", spit and snarl with the best of their classic, down and dirty dancefloor material, but there's plenty of space for the starry eyed songwriting they've made their own in more recent times. Just cop "The Universe Sent Me" and be immediately transported to a festival field, where you'll no doubt be catching The Bro's this summer.
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Javelin
Javelin (12")
Cat: AMF 001. Rel: 26 Sep 18
 
Deep House
Javelin (9:26)
Javelin (dub) (9:26)
Review: There's plenty of hype swirling around this short-run debut from Londoners Adelphi Music Factory, with regular radio plays and appearances in a host of top DJs' set lists resulting in insatiable demand. It helps, of course, that "Javelin" is an absolute beast. Packed with energy, the A-side version sees them generate maximum sweatiness by working cut-up gospel vocal samples atop a loopy, full-throttle, techno-tempo disco-house groove. Honestly, it's one seriously heavyweight rub that's guaranteed to get dancefloors eating out of the palm of your hand. The B-side "Dub" is, if anything, even wilder and heavier, with the little-known outfit utilizing stretched-out, delay-laden vocal lifts and restless piano stabs over ten action-packed minutes.
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Las Ramblas (reissue)
Cat: TR 013. Rel: 05 Dec 22
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Las Ramblas (part 1) (7:49)
Las Ramblas (part 2) (7:47)
Las Ramblas (part 3) (6:46)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: The first Soul Capsule release gets a timely reissue - certainly if the silly prices it's reached of late on the second hand market - as well as a getting a loving remastering courtesy of D&M. All three parts are swampy, sweaty tech workouts that bump along with an almost indecent willingness to tempt you onto the floor and a groove with way more sexy swing than the minimal genre usually has contact with. Part two is traditionally the most celebrated of the three if internet chatter is to be believed, but some wonderfully subtle go-go percussion makes part three the most immediate of the bunch, with part one's distinctly darkside atmospherics and snippet of female gospel voice clearly wield an air of the classic.
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Classic Cuts
Classic Cuts (limited heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: MOSAIC LTDX8. Rel: 20 Feb 23
 
Techno
Composure (unreleased extended mix) (8:18)
She Don't Do Chicks (7:05)
Bumper Car Dub (5:49)
Review: The latest from Steve O'Sullivan and Mosaic's archive-raiding series sees the first ever airing of an unreleased extended mix of the soft and soul-drenched 'Composure', plus two choice selections on the flip - the sleek sub-bass powered 'She Don't Do Chicks' and a dub mix of the equally streamlined 'Bumper Car'. If the A-side is a luxurious period piece of sorts - it could be related to Underground Resistance's 'Galaxy 2 Galaxy' for instance - then two on the other side could have been made yesterday they're so relevant and playable, coasting along with the kind of subtly jacking framework and dubby basslines that G Man made his own. All lovingly re-mastered at The Exchange too.

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Incidents
Cat: SFQCD 002. Rel: 26 Jun 17
 
Minimal House/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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Dimensions Parallel Edition
Cat: SUSH 58. Rel: 27 Sep 21
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Short Circuit (feat Ricardo Villalobos) (13:21)
The Shadow (feat Thomas Melchior) (10:50)
Beneath The Surface (feat Dana Ruh) (11:45)
Healing Spirals (feat Soela) (9:20)
Review: As if the first two volumes of the Dimensions series weren't enough, Steve O'Sullivan is back on Sushitech with a final Parallels addendum to the collaborative series. On this occasion, the double vinyl set is reserved for four special longform mixes which let the ideas roll out in a truly hypnotic style. Of course, that's exactly how Ricardo Villalobos likes it and 'Short Circuit' tangles up beautifully in a mesh of interlocking rhythmic hiccups and immersive pads. Thomas Melchior holds down a sweet sustained groove for O'Sullivan's illustrious melodics on 'The Shadow' before Dana Ruh helps strip things down even further on the murmuring 'Beneath The Surface'. Soela pops up once again on 'Healing Spirals', lending a delicate and intricate touch which rounds the release off in beautiful, understated style. - vinyl only!

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Played by: CHEAPEDITS, Myles Serge
Tags: Minimal | Dub Techno
 in stock $15.87
Dimensions II
Cat: SUSH 57. Rel: 27 Sep 21
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Still Zero (feat Derek Carr) (7:13)
No Ghosts (feat Steve Rachmad) (7:24)
Midnight Special (feat Mark Broom) (7:39)
Dark Forces (feat Markus Suckut) (6:43)
The Hidden Trail (feat Exos) (7:10)
Elemental Dub (feat Conforce & Prince Morella) (7:00)
Shadowplay (feat Vince Watson) (9:01)
Home Alone (feat Soela) (4:19)
Review: Ever the enthusiastic collaborator, Steve O'Sullivan follows up the first volume of his Dimensions series on Sushitech with another eight stunning partnerships which read like a who's who of contemporary techno. The artists invited span a fair range, from established legends like Mark Broom and Steve Rachmad to inspiring newer artists including Exos and Soela. The whole release hangs together naturally as O'Sullivan's signature dub techno touch slips in amongst the approaches of his chosen sparring partners. From nervy immersion heaters to starry-eyed reveries, this is sophisticated modern techno at its finest, with every track precision engineered to work in the club and take the crowd somewhere very special indeed.
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54321
54321 (12")
Cat: FXHE OD. Rel: 18 Mar 22
 
Deep House
54321 (vocal mix) (8:44)
54321 (instrumental mix) (6:06)
Review: killer new heat from Omar S on his FXHE label featuring Desire on vocals + backed with an instrumental mix.
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 in stock $17.73
Needs x World Mental Health Day 2020
Needs x World Mental Health Day 2020 (180 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: NNFP 008. Rel: 14 Dec 20
 
Techno
Shanti Celeste - "Fantasma" (5:54)
OCB - "RS3" (4:13)
Michelle - "Aesthetic" (7:11)
Bobby - "Free Your Mind" (6:34)
Peder Mannerfelt - "Our Levels" (7:14)
Yu Su - "Brittney" (live mix) (8:27)
Adam Pits - "Wind Tunnel" (5:07)
DJ Sports - "Needs Dub" (4:11)
Review: Needs' commendable charity drive continues to bring forth the goods, both in terms of good causes and world class club music. Rallying round in support of World Mental Health Day 2020, Shanti Celeste kicks the record off in style with the rapid fire, deep-diving workout 'Fantasma'. OCB keeps the pressure up with the psychotropic techno of 'RS3', while Michelle works up some delightfully freaky synths on playful jacker 'Aesthetic'. Bobby's 'Free Your Mind' is a 90s-tinged, full fat techno production indebted to Detroit, Peder Mannerfelt keeps things stripped and raw on 'Our Levels' and Yu Su weaves a beautiful tapestry of interweaving rhythms on 'Brittney'. Adam Pits' trippy techno sounds resplendent on 'Wind Tunnel' and DJ Sports completes the set with the inventive, dembow slanted funk of 'Needs Dub'.
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Played by: Neil Diablo, Matisa
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Tusk Wax Twenty Four
Tusk Wax Twenty Four (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TW 24. Rel: 26 Mar 18
 
Deep House
Telemachus
Synth Run
Haku Ten-O
Telemachus (Whatever/Whatever remix)
Ronin Love (dub)
Review: John Wilcox has been slowly disseminating crusty hardware jams for some six years now, in which time he's appeared as Cyclonix on Horn Wax, and now he nips over to Tusk Wax for more robo-charged antics in the curious corner of grubby, electro tinged house music the label orbits. "Telemachus" is a dreamy opening number that keeps the spook level up to maximum and the reverb voluminous throughout. "Synth Run" has a bit more bite, but not at the expense of atmosphere. Whatever/Whatever get hold of "Telemachus" and strip it down to a sparse skeleton of a track, and then Wilcox rounds the record off with the steppy ambient excursion "Ronin Love (dub)".
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Blurred EP
Cat: ERATP 102LP. Rel: 06 Oct 17
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Shed (5:37)
Blurred (5:03)
Blurred (Bonobo remix) (6:08)
Jarred (5:33)
Paused (5:26)
Paused (Stimming remix) (7:05)
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Unity Vol 2
VARIOUS
Cat: UA 006. Rel: 15 Sep 21
 
Deep House
Delano Smith - "Big City Nights" (6:19)
Dorian Gig - "Paralell Universe" (5:30)
Tyree Cooper - "Raw Underground" (6:46)
Norm Talley - "LE Beaubienare" (5:33)
Ataxia - "Take You Back" (5:53)
Brian Kage - "Poly-Phonic Phonk" (5:54)
Gari Romalis - "D-ENV3" (8:03)
Review: Norm Talley has put together a second volume of his Unity series on his own label Upstairs Asylum. It features his nearest and dearest from Chicago and Detroit, all of whom of course serve up perfectly smoky and stripped back deep house and techno grooves to make you move. Delano Smith's characteristic loops lock you in from the off on 'Big City Nights,' Norm himself pairs dub techno chords with suggestive techno stabs that keep you on edge and Brian Kage's 'Poly-Phonic Phonk' is heady, dreamy, richly melodic house bets listened to in a cosy back room at 4 am.
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 in stock $30.44
Vintage Vinyl 3
Vintage Vinyl 3 (hand-stamped heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: SCHATVV 03. Rel: 15 Jan 16
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Mispent Years (4:55)
A Question Of Timing (7:37)
Slumberkings (6:10)
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You've Got The Whole Night To Go
Cat: BEC 5676781. Rel: 05 Mar 21
 
Deep House
Like My Way (4:16)
I Won't Forget (4:35)
Medium (4:19)
Her (5:33)
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Enjoy Your Self EP 3
Cat: EESS 007. Rel: 21 Nov 22
 
Disco/Re-Edits
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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LPY 03
LPY 03 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: LPY 03. Rel: 07 Mar 22
 
Techno
Bluetrain - "Binary Riddim" (13:30)
Hydergine - "Mystic Light" (6:11)
Hydergine - "Lunar Eclipse" (7:32)
Review: Lempuyang's third offering is an outstanding split release between Steve O'Sullivan & Hydergine, label bosses for Mosaic/Bluetrain & Ranges. In 'Binary Riddim' Steve delivers a two-part dub track spanning >13 minutes, seriously heavy in the low end; melancholy strings in the first half, progressing to outright menacing chord stabs in the latter. A versatile track offering something for both warm-up and the dancefloor. Complimenting on the flip are 'Mystic Light' and 'Lunar Eclipse' from Hydergine. Deep, dubby atmospherics meander over a weighty 909 kick on B1. Subtle minimalism a la Terrence Dixon, pitched down on B2. Essential release!




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Tags: Dub Techno
 in stock $8.46
Keep Up Appearances
Cat: MDL 03CD. Rel: 27 Jan 15
 
Deep House
Quiet Life
Keep Up Appearances
We Search For Answers
Worship (feat Qzen)
Psychedelic Underground
Shadow Theory
Seraphim
Make It True (feat JoJo De Freq)
Feel Free
Logan Five
Review: Having built their reputation through 12" singles for the likes of Crosstown Rebels and Poker Flat, Dan Berkson and James What deliver their debut album, on their freshly minted imprint Modelmaker. Interestingly, Keep Up Appearances is an altogether warmer, melodious and more evocative set than you'd perhaps expect, with a smattering of rich downtempo cuts joining a solid selection of dancefloor-friendly deep house. You can hear a classic dub techno influence in cuts such as "Keep Up Appearances" and "Shadow Theory", while the acid-flecked, soul-soaked "Make It True" sounds like classic Osunlade. Best of all, though, are the more forthright efforts, with the ragged "Seraphim" standing out.
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Dubplate #4: Step It Up
Cat: MYD 004. Rel: 16 Jan 23
 
Dub
Step It Up (3:51)
Step It Up (DJN4 & AKI AKI Digi dance mix) (6:02)
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Vortex (feat Yagya, Bluetrain mixes)
Vortex (feat Yagya, Bluetrain mixes) (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: LPY 08. Rel: 17 Oct 22
 
Techno
Vortex (6:24)
Vortex (Yagya remix) (6:35)
Customization (6:48)
Customization (Bluetrain Special edition dub) (7:50)
Review: After two utterly essential releases on ae Recordings and Primary Colours in 2021, Altone once more delivers the goods for Lempuyang. The label's eighth release brings together two of the most respected heads in the business on remix duties. Altone's deep & pulsing title track 'Vortex' gets Yagya's glacial treatment on the A-side. 'Customization' on the flip gets a Bluetrain rework; with Steve's trademark Special Edition Dub giving the track a dancefloor edge.
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Tags: Dub Techno
 in stock $10.06
The Healing EP (reissue)
Cat: IFACH 024. Rel: 24 Jul 23
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Tea Party (4:50)
On The Floor (6:04)
The Healing (6:16)
Word For Word (4:16)
Review: Legendary minimal - and acid house before that - pioneer Baby Ford very much set the blueprint for the genre back in the late 90s, both solo and with The Ifach Collective, who featured Ian Loveday, Mark Broom and Thomas Melchior (amongst others). Now they are reminding us of the greatness of that work with the first in a series of reissues coming in 2023. These tunes were originally put out back on the legendary Klang Elektronik in 2000. First up is 'Tea Party' by Eon, M-Core, and Baby Ford, an ice-cold rolling dub. 'On The Floor' with Mark Broom gets more percussive and then comes a solo cut from Baby Ford, 'The Healing' which is as heady as can be and finally 'Word For Word' featuring Cheru Amadi layers up slithers of silvery percussion and cuddly bass into dubbed-out tech heaven.
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Don't Wait
Don't Wait (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MYS 013. Rel: 22 Nov 21
 
Deep House
Don't Wait (7:16)
A Day (7:10)
New Palace (7:15)
Cordata (7:52)
Review: Taking a moment to pause from their extensive exploration of Persian's illustrious archives, the Mysticisms lot turn their attention back to another fine exponent of UK dance music across the eras. Neil 'Nail' Tolliday had an incredible hit rate with his productions in the mid 90s, and he's since embarked on a mammoth resurgence over the past eight years which almost eclipses those seminal early days. After reissuing the classic Cassiopeia 12", Mysticisms hit up Tolliday for some unreleased gold which he dutifully served up in a blissed-out haze of winding synth lines and deep-digging drums. It comes on a little more wigged-out than you might expect from Nail, showing further insight into the formative years of one of the true stalwarts of UK house music.
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This Is What We Do
This Is What We Do (limited white vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: LF 4LPY. Rel: 01 Dec 22
 
Funky/Club House
This Is What We Do (4:51)
Full Way Round (5:39)
Making A Difference (5:42)
City Of Synths (4:57)
Pulse (5:57)
Machines Like Me (4:31)
Rapture 16 (4:11)
Heart & Soul (5:39)
Accumulator (6:18)
Come On (2:54)
Power Of Listening (5:22)
Review: For a long time, Leftfield were cast in the historic lens of that classic 90s phenomenon, the chart-baiting dance 'band'. With Leftism and Rhythm + Stealth they caught a wave and became a household name, creating a blend of expansive dance music that sat outside the specific thrust of any scene, and then they went on a protracted hiatus. Neil Barnes brought the group back in 2010 and went on tour, recorded a new album and generally pushed Leftfield back into the limelight. Now they're back with a follow-up after another seven year pause, and sounding stronger than ever. This Is What We Do is full of the stature you expect, with lead-heavy beats and snarling bass underpinning a treasure trove of hooks. Just clock lead single 'Pulse' and you'll know everything you need to about the level they're operating at these days.
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3am Spares
VARIOUS
3am Spares (2xLP + insert)
Cat: ES 009. Rel: 14 Nov 18
 
Techno
FSOM - "Resist The Beat" (8:03)
Hypnoblob - "Deep Down" (5:00)
Ian Eccles-Smith - "The Slaughtering Eye" (4:16)
General Electrik meets Andy Rantzen - "Leather Lover" (5:50)
Jandy Rainbow & Adrenalentil - "I Will Go" (7:19)
Sobriquet - "Is This Your First Time?" (Artificial remix) (4:03)
Blimp - "Yellowgold" (4:33)
Inner Harmony - "Da Lub Club" (3:03)
Maroochy Barambah - "Mongungi" (dance mix) (6:39)
Third Eye - "Behold The Angel Of Frequency" (5:08)
Tetrphnm - "Track 11" (3:59)
Screensaver - "Eliminated" (3:55)
Review: Efficient Space's latest essential release sees Andras and Instant Peterson take a trawl through the darker, lesser-visited corners of Australian electronic music. According to the label, the pair lifted material from "local 12" singles, CD-Rs and the archives of community radio station 3RRR FM". Highlights come thick and fast throughout, from the acid-flecked, "Nude Photo" style Detroit fun of FSOM's "Resist The Beat" and chiming, trumpet-laden bliss of Ian Eccles-Smith's "The Slaughtering Eye", to the jaunty, mid-90s New York style bounce of Blimp's "Yellowgold" and the ultra-deep ambient techno pulse of Tetrphnm's "Track 11". Check, too, the enveloping dreaminess of Screensaver's drifting ambient closer, and the jazzy dancefloor depth of Inner Harmomy's "Da Lub Club".
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Love/Hate
Love/Hate (12")
Cat: DE 189. Rel: 07 Dec 17
 
Deep House
Love (4:01)
Hate (7:09)
Hate (version) (5:27)
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In The Sweetness Of You
Cat: BEC 5907753. Rel: 19 Nov 21
 
Deep House
It's All Around (4:12)
What You Like (feat Yune Pinku) (3:15)
Just Calling (4:27)
Natural (feat Big Ever) (3:58)
21 (3:55)
Played by: Manqo
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The Green Wave EP
The Green Wave EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: TNW 009. Rel: 11 Sep 23
 
Techno
Numbers (extended Freedom edit) (7:53)
Awakening (6:26)
The Feels (6:22)
Review: The unstoppable Steve O'Sullivan brings more of his irresistible dub techno goodness to this heavyweight 12" for Taste Not Waste. By now you will be familiar with the sort of sound Steve deals in but somehow it never seems to get old. This one kicks off with a tight and tech-infused roller with clipped kicks and playful chords that bring feel-good vibes. 'Awakening' then has pinging kicks and vamping chords to enliven any floor and last of all is 'The Feels'. It's another perfectly executed club cut with oodles of warm bass and super smooth grooves.
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Reconstructed (15th Anniversary Edition)
Cat: SUSH 47/48/49. Rel: 17 Jan 22
 
Techno
Skank (Cobblestone Jazz Reconstruction) (8:39)
Control (Amorf Reconstruction) (8:58)
Stabilize (Ion Ludwig Reconstruction) (12:08)
Control (Steve O'Sullivan Reconstruction) (7:28)
Dim Dim (Melchior Productions LTD Reconstruction) (6:55)
Redeem (Soulphiction Reconstruction) (7:48)
Stabilize (Leonel Castillo Reconstruction) (7:38)
Stabilize (Mark & Matt Thibideau Reconstruction) (7:22)
Review: Sushitech presents the last part of its 15th anniversary reissues series. Timeless reworks of Paul St. Hilaire & Rhauder's now classic 2018 release 'Reconstructed', featuring legendary producers such as Rominimal heroes Amorf who provide a typically hypnotic reinterpretation of Control, Dutch minimal house maestro Ion Ludwig retains the dubby elements of the original on his rework of 'Stabilized' and likewise Steve O'Sullivan remains in glacial and cavernous territory on another sublime perspective of 'Control'. Elsewhere, Thomas Melchior serves up a typically arcane venture into the deep on his version of 'Dim Dim', while the much missed Soulphiction provides the perfect majestic backdrop for St. Hilaire's amazing vocals play centre stage on his version of 'Redeem'.
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Dubplate #6: Dissolve
Cat: MYD 006. Rel: 03 Jul 23
 
Deep House
Dissolve (6:20)
Dr 55 (4:34)
Lower Feels (6:55)
Review: The Mysticisms label welcomes Coral D aka Duncan Stump for a debut outing here that marks the first new music to be part of the ongoing and most excellent Dubplate series. This artist has a long history of crafting "deep dub electronic swing" in his roles in Mock & Toof, FX Mchm and his 6000 Degrees project. This one finds him bringing some dub reggae influences as 'Dissolves' is built on a chugging rhythm with smeared chords. 'DR 55' is then a masterfully laidback digi-dub groove that warps space and time and so leaves you utterly hypnotised.
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Come Home EP
Come Home EP (white vinyl 12")
Cat: GREYSCALE 05. Rel: 17 Jan 20
 
Techno
Come Home (6:03)
Breathe (5:56)
Cut You Down (5:26)
Breathe (Deepchord Ocean remix) (7:14)
Review: Deepchord label co-founder Mike Schommer is lesser known than his partner Rod Modell, but this new EP on Greyscale could well even things out a little. His third solo EP is a tender dub techno lullaby with distinctive vocals from Milly James. On "Come Home," the dubbed out chords ripple to infinity while James' angelic vocal lingers long in the air above, then "Breathe" slows things right down to a crawl for even deeper listening. "Cut You Down" is impressively cavernous then Deepchord remixes "Breathe" into a frosty and late night roller.
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Flickering Lights (feat Anton Kubikov mix)
Cat: AE 13. Rel: 02 May 23
 
Techno
Flickering Lights (6:38)
Flickering Lights (Anton Kubikov remix) (7:36)
Sacred Nights (6:30)
Roaming (5:34)
Review: Copenhagen-based Icelander Ohm and Berlin-based Philipp Priebe mine the warmest depths of dub techno here across three stumble originals. 'Flickering Lights' is silky and muted, with smooth drums and claps gliding over a cavernous groove that is subtly lit with sustained chords. The Anton Kubikov remix is more lithe and electronic, with reflective synths and nimble leads making for a minimalistic workout. There is then a shadowy but dynamic dub vibe to 'Sacred Night' before 'Roaming' rives this EP home with a mix of deft sound designs and pillow dub drums. It's brilliantly introspective.
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DBS Volume 1
DBS Volume 1 (red vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: MOSAICDBS 01. Rel: 03 Jul 23
 
Techno
Sub Basics - "Quarters" (7:15)
Hidden Sequence - "Synapse" (Bluetrain Special edition dub) (8:55)
Review: Dub techno don Steve O'Sullivan's Mosaic label is back with a new dubs series and vol 1 kicks things off with a real doozy on lovely red wax. The boss himself offers up a Bluetrain special edition dub of Hidden Sequence's 'Synapse' which is all icy lines and liquid rhythms which make you think of some frozen lake on a misty morning. Sub Basics (Temple of Sound, Lion Charge Records) opens up with a fresh dub laden track with rippling chords, tons of echo and rolling drums on 'Quarters.' Both are timeless dub outings, as you would expect from this label.
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Roar Remix
Cat: WGVINYL 52RP. Rel: 14 Nov 18
 
Minimal House/Tech House
Patrice Baumel - "Roar" (Adana Twins remix) (8:16)
Adana Twins - "Aufstand Der Massen" (7:18)
Review: Originally released back in 2009, Amsterdam scene stalwart Patrice Baumel's anthem "Roar" now gets a - pardon the pun - roaring main room rework (featuring one massive drop!) by Hamburg's favourite sons Adana Twins - hot off their latest Watergate Mix. This is the first EP stemming from the mix itself, and could easily be the standout track off the compilation. On the flip is the adrenalised and mesmerising dancefloor drama of "Aufstand Der Massen" which has already been in constant rotation with heavy hitters like Solomun and Tale Of Us.
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Pura Lempuyang (feat Sa Pa, JS Zeiter, Deadbeat, Bluetrain)
VARIOUS
Cat: LPY 09. Rel: 07 Nov 22
 
Techno
Sa Pa - "Randomer" (4:52)
JS Zeiter - "Pulsar" (7:16)
Deadbeat - "Planterwald" (5:34)
Bluetrain - "Growing Pains" (6:39)
El Choop - "Dreamcode" (5:56)
Gradient - "Dopamine Rain" (6:39)
Ohm & Octal Industries - "Chile" (6:16)
The Open Circle - "Intention" (7:06)
Review: To celebrate its first anniversary Lempuyang firmly stakes its claim amongst the forefront of deep techno labels with an outrageous line-up consisting of eight of the most respected heads in the business, all doing their stuff across four pieces of vinyl. Among the highlights are the growling menace of Sa Pa's 'Randomer', Gradient's fizzy, dubbed up 'Dopamine Rain' wearing its Basic Channel influence on its sleeve, the ghostly rave stabs of Deadbeat's 'Planterwald' among a sea of radioactive white noise and the clear, sculpted linear grooves of 'Growing Pains' by Bluetrain. That said, there's no weak link among the eight cuts and put together into one coherent package it's more than the sum of its parts.
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Northwest Passage
Northwest Passage (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: LPY 12. Rel: 11 Sep 23
 
Techno
Northern Exposure (7:32)
Frumbyggjar (5:38)
Erebus (6:41)
Nykur (6:31)
Photokeratitis (5:52)
Anguta (8:16)
Stratospheric Clouds (6:28)
Bara (5:52)
Review: Ohm and Octal Industries debuted on this label to great acclaim back in 2022 and now they're back on Lempuyang with Northwest Passage, a first album-length collaboration. This double 12" continues with their themes of failed arctic explorations and mythological creatures and, after 12 previous outings together, might be their best work yet: the sounds are mature and powerful, bleak yet deep. Dubbed-out chords roll to infinite horizons, frozen tundras are detailed with wispy melodies and pulsing, supple techno both soothes the soul and gets the head nodding. This is more stylish, subversive and superbly executed electronic music.
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WQ1
WQ1 (12")
Cat: THL 028. Rel: 22 May 23
 
Techno
WQ1 (7:20)
WQ2 (7:30)
WQ3 (7:20)
WQ4 (6:44)
Review: Waage is a firm favourite amongst dub techno fans. The Icelandic producer has long been turning out icy and atmospheric rollers for the heads and here he works alongside a fresh name, Quantal, who is sure to go on to big things. Here they land on Thule Records, a legendary label in its own right with roots going back to 1995. They kick off with the textured dub of 'WQ1' which has glitchy sounds paying over the rolling drums. 'WQ2' is much more smooth and streamlined, with an underwater current that sweeps you off your feet, then 'WQ3' leans into the wind with hypnotic techno drums and vamping chords that melt the mind. Last of all comes 'WQ4', a timeless dub with infinite horizons and the most frictionless drum loops.
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Fresh Loopin' EP
Fresh Loopin' EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: MOSAIC VS02. Rel: 22 Apr 24
 
Techno
Passenger (7:26)
With That (5:37)
Treading Water (7:43)
Review: Mosaic main man and peerless UK dub techno titan Steve O'Sullivan has paired off against Fletcher for this latest heavyweight 12". As ever the foundations are solid on the opener 'Passenger' - smooth drums and bass perfectly sit with one another, but this one really comes alive with the most impossibly subtle but inescapably uplifting little chords that suggest that no matter what shit you have going on in your life, things will be OK. It's a classic amongst many on this label. 'With That' is another tight, compelling and tech tinged dub roller with real bite and drive, and 'Treading Water' then blisses you out with its liquid chords and sense of endless infinite groove.
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Kemuri No Demo Part 2
Cat: UCT 003. Rel: 03 May 22
 
Deep House
Blue (5:41)
Ettemo (5:47)
Uled1 (6:52)
Contour3 (5:52)
ArtMx1 (9:12)
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Sample Commerce Shot
Sample Commerce Shot (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EES 037. Rel: 21 Jun 21
 
Deep House
A14 (7:29)
Keylat (6:32)
Sample Commerce Shot (6:21)
Holy Motor$ (6:21)
Review: Odopt have been responsible for some serious, sinewy heaters on labels like Born Free, 777 and Discos Capablanca. That should give you some idea of the kind of sonic sphere they operate in - rugged hardware house with a wavey bite and a playful instinct. It makes total sense then to see them sidle up to [Emotional] Especial with this four-tracker of surefooted deviant dance. 'A14' opens up proceedings on an ominous bassline and plenty of mechanical grind, while 'Keylat' jacks things up a smidge while resolutely wallowing in the muck of Odopt's studio practices. 'Sample Commerce Shot' is the catchiest cut on the record, riding a slinky beat and featuring a powerful lead hook that sounds beamed in from somewhere in a distant galaxy. 'Holy Motor$' finishes the record off on another brooding, death disco groover, bringing things full circle with the nocturnal offerings of 'A14'.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
Tags: Dub Techno
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Rulers Of This World
Rulers Of This World (limited 180 gram fern green vinyl 12")
Cat: LPY 15. Rel: 12 Feb 24
 
Techno
Scapegoat (feat Milly James) (5:54)
Scapegoat (Pole rework) (5:13)
Deceivers (6:14)
Believers (5:00)
Review: Lempuyang makes it to release number 15 with a devastatingly deep new EP from Deepchord Records co-founder Mike Schommer. He kicks off with 'Scapegoat' featuring the alluring vocals of Milly James which echo out over super slow-motion dub rhythms and icy pads. The Pole rework brings more crisp hits and distant eerie drones over a more pronounced rhythm but one that remains devilishly sparse. On the flip, 'Deceivers' has more hypotonic drive - a fleshy dub stepper to lock in any 'floor and then 'Believers' slows it down to a crawl once more. An essential dub EP that promises no represses.
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Pura Lempuyang Dua Part 1
Pura Lempuyang Dua Part 1 (limited turquoise vinyl 12")
Cat: LPY 14.1. Rel: 04 Dec 23
 
Techno
Dib - "Cieloterra" (6:13)
Federsen - "Random Motion" (6:26)
Grad U - "From The Shadows" (7:14)
Altone - "Emergent Structure" (6:48)
Review: Coming in hot after last year's Pura Lempuyang compilation is this new two part 12" offering up cuts from it on limited edition turquoise wax. Dib kicks off with 'Cieloterra' which is a devilishly deep and dubby techno cut with fizzing synths running across its face. Federsen is much more smooth and silky with liquid pads and a sublime sense of frictionless groove to his 'Random Motion' while Grad U offers more heavy and stumbling dub quakes on 'From The Shadows.' Last of all is Altone's 'Emergent Structure,' a lush minimal excursion with deft hits and feathery pads over sublime drums.
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Tags: Dub Techno
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Giro EP
Giro EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LPY 02. Rel: 10 Jan 22
 
Techno
ISWIS #3 (6:52)
ISWIS #2 (6:51)
Swim In The Universe (7:16)
Love Is In The Air (7:05)
Review: The second release on Lempuyang comes courtesy of Tomoki Tsukamoto. In the late 90s Tomoki put out releases on Gez Varley's G Records, i220, and of course ran his own Metrojuice Records imprint; putting out some of the most sought-after deep & dubby techno records under his alias W-Moon. After a hiatus of over 20 years he now returns with four new tracks under his own name, still retaining that deep signature sound.




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Invisibility (Sushitech 15th Anniversary reissue)
Cat: SUSH 45/46X. Rel: 28 Jun 21
 
Techno
Elevation (LP 1: Invisibility Chapter I) (7:59)
Layers (7:44)
Exhibit (7:30)
Block (7:31)
Waiting (8:13)
Diatonic (LP 2: Invisibility Chapter II) (9:25)
Concealed (8:11)
Drytime (7:32)
Dimming (5:14)
Webspace (5:57)
Review: SIT, short for Sideways Invisibility Theory, is the collaborative project of Vlad Caia and Cristi Cons. As two scene leaders of the Romanian minimal phenomenon, both artists have proven over many years to have a unique vision for creativity and fresh approaches in what can be a homogenised scene. Of their many achievements, on their Amphia label as much as elsewhere, this album on Sushitech stands as one of their finest moments. As with all the best Romanian minimal, it's also still hotly in demand, making it a welcome addition to Sushitech's 15th anniversary pressing marathon. From dub tech laced rollers to gossamer-light trippers, this is the classiest end of the minimal tech house game from two artists with the vision to push things a little bit further.
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