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The Soulmatic Remixes (Record Store Day 2019)
The Soulmatic Remixes (Record Store Day 2019) (limited hand-stamped purple vinyl 12")
Cat: SWEATSV 003. Rel: 24 Apr 19
Music In You (David Penn remix) (5:52)
Encore (Mousse T remix) (5:44)
Play (Superlover remix) (5:46)
Body Funk (Carl Cox remix) (6:25)
Review: In honour of Record Store Day 2019, Sweat It Out has pressed up this vibrantly coloured 12" featuring reworks of tracks from Purple Disco Machine's 2017 debut album, "Soulmatic". It's a formidably floor-friendly affair all told. David Penn kicks things off with an unflinchingly heavy version of "Music In You" - all sweeping orchestral breakdowns, mesmerizing vocoder vocals, short piano loops and thunderous house beats - while funky house pioneer Mousse T offers up a suitably elastic and rubbery disco-house version of "Encore". Over on the flipside, Superlover goes all "French touch" on a Cassius/early Daft Punk style version of "Play" (itself a cover of Planet Patrol's electro-era classic "Play At Your Own Risk) before Carl Cox offers up a bouncy, electrofunk-meets-techno take on "Body Funk" that's propelled forwards by restless drum machine cowbells.
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Body Funk (remixes)
Cat: CLUBSWE 006V. Rel: 15 May 19
Body Funk (extended mix) (7:27)
Body Funk (Claptone remix) (6:32)
Body Funk (Carl Cox remix) (6:30)
Body Funk (Dom Dolla remix) (6:19)
Review: The inexorable rise of Purple Disco Machine continues, as his wholehearted tribute to machine disco originators Hot Streak, Patrick Cowley and Giorgio Moroder - the throbbing, anthem-like "Body Funk" - is given a deserved single release. The producer's own "Extended Mix" is quickly followed on side A by a punchy Claptone remix that places the original's sampled vocals over a suitably massive backing track high on piano stabs and big room house grooves. Over on side B, the mighty Carl Cox re-imagines the cut as a cowbell-driven chunk of techno/electrofunk fusion, while Dom Dolla douses it in mind-bending electronics, thrusting analogue bass and glitchy, hard-wired house beats.
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Looking At Your Pager
Looking At Your Pager (yellow vinyl 12")
Cat: 4792833 S. Rel: 23 Aug 22
Funky/Club House
Looking At Your Pager (extended) (5:50)
Only Human (7:54)
Review: After hitting on something of a formula with 'Only Human', this A-side banger is further proof that Four Tet is onto a rich vein of side hustle action with his KH alter ego. 'Looking At Your Pager' is a cheeky slice of '90s throwback-ism in jackin' house form, and in a heuristically Hebden-esque style, makes deft use of the hilariously autotuned opening verse heard in 3LW's girl band hit, 'No More'. It's a very clever tune; just as no-one uses pagers anymore, nor do people use the kind of dubstep wobbles heard underneath the track's clacking groove... Mr. KH makes them cool again!
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Vol V
Vol V (12")
Cat: DISDAT 0051. Rel: 19 Jun 23
Minimal House/Tech House
YW Eleven (7:36)
YW Eleven (Rhadoo remix) (11:33)
Review: Oh how we all miss Andrew Weatherall. Not only was he a masterful DJ who could lock you down for hours on end, but he was a producer who could bring his own brand of sleaze and filth to disco and techno. On top of that, he was always a voice of reason, of humour, of realism. Sad as his passing is, it's nice to hear from him again via this previously unreleased track on DISDAT. 'YW Eleven' is all distorted synths riffs alternated with beautiful chord progressions that make for another standout bit of apoco-disco. On the flip, Rhadoo reworks it into a superb bit of snaking and brain melting minimal tech house.
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Centre Of Mass
Centre Of Mass (limited 12")
Cat: PRTR 22X. Rel: 04 Jul 22
Centre Of Mass (8:52)
Balance Point (8:08)
Review: A limited edition 12" vinyl with two extension cuts of Obergman's new album on Pariter! Vinyl only - No repress! Dreamy synths wash over the listener, analogue bubbles heading for the surface - imagine Drexciya in 'Wavejumper' or 'Sea Snake' mode, only with its restless electro foundations replaced by something more regular and reassuringly solid in the beats department. All in all, oozing melodic techno class.
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Make A Move (reissue)
Cat: TR 014. Rel: 02 May 23
Make A Move (part 1) (7:44)
Make A Move (part 2) (7:23)
Stay On (5:38)
Review: Minimal Man is the legendary studio partnership between Eon (aka Ian Loveday) and Baby Ford. They cooked up some of minimal's most essential tunes some 20-odd years ago and they have become expensive and highly sought after since. This EP is one of them and it features three killer cuts that will move a dancefloor as much today as ever. 'Make A Move' has a pent-up energy and forward drive that sweeps you up and keeps you locked amongst soft hi-hats and vamping chords. Part 2 is a little darker and more mysterious, with the drum loops a little edgier and the mood that bit more mischievous. 'Stay On' closes down with bubbling drum funk and swirling abstract synth world from deep inside some distant nebula in the sky.

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Mirror Counterpart
Cat: PRTR 22. Rel: 20 Sep 22
Mirror Counterpart (7:22)
Unexpected Bahaviour (5:39)
Indeterminacy (6:08)
Stellar Triangulation (5:24)
Alice Matter (8:24)
Cloud Chamber (5:26)
Aestivation (5:37)
Uncertiny Principle (5:10)
Review: This is the third full-length album by veteran Swedish producer Ola Obergman who has been producing since the turn of the millennium on respected imprints such as Skam, Borft and Futhur Electronix. A heavy collection of 808-based fusion in classic Pariter style, Mirror Counterpart is a cohesive effort featuring some truly impressive productions; from the early proto-house sound of the title track, to the Detroit influenced hi-tech soul cuts on the second disc - 'Indeterminacy' and 'Stellar Triangulation' respectively - going into 4/4 robot funk on the second disc with 'Alice Matter' and 'Uncertiny Principle' being the highlights. Superb.
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Dark Matter
Dark Matter (trifold 3xLP)
Cat: 194398 17291. Rel: 27 Nov 20
Minimal House/Tech House
Blackbirds (feat Leo Stannard) (3:19)
Camelphat vs Jake Bugg - "Be Someone" (3:26)
Camelphat vs Artbat - "For A Feeling" (feat Rhodes) (5:30)
Inbetween The Lines (3:20)
Camelphat vs Yannis Foals - "Hypercolour" (3:29)
Spektrum (feat Ali Love) (5:19)
Dance With My Ghost (feat Elderbrook) (4:06)
Easier (feat Lowes) (5:10)
Camelphat vs Au/Ra - "Panic Room" (3:34)
Camelphat vs Skream - "Keep Movin" (feat Max Milner) (4:01)
Wildfire (feat Lowes) (3:20)
Camelphat vs Elderbrook - "Cola" (4:04)
Camelphat vs Cristoph - "Phantoms" (4:54)
Camelphat vs Jem Cooke - "Rabbit Hole" (3:10)
Not Over Yet (feat Noel Gallagher) (3:32)
Camelphat vs Eli & Fur - "Waiting" (5:30)
Carry Me Away (feat Jem Cooke) (5:06)
Camelphat vs DEL30 - "Reaction" (feat Maverick Sabre) (4:46)
Camelphat vs Will Easton - "Witching Hour" (4:14)
Expect Nothing (3:11)
Camelphat vs Cristoph - "Breathe" (feat Jem Cooke) (6:15)
Review: Given that they started their ascent to EDM superstardom over a decade ago and have already released a string of genuine crossover anthems, this debut album from Camelphat is undeniably overdue. So, was it worth waiting for? If you like their brand of festival-friendly dance music hedonism, then you will genuinely love it. The assembled 21 tracks scattered across three action-packed slabs of wax draw influence from many interconnected styles - mostly electro-house, tech-house and techno, but also indie-dance, synth-pop, nu-disco and more bass-heavy flavours - and repackage them as distinctively Camelphat style productions, complete with contributions from numerous collaborators and guest vocalists (Noel Gallagher, Skream, Jake Bugg, Yannis Foals, Jem Cooke and Christoph all feature).

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Building Bridges
Cat: AUSLP 010. Rel: 17 Jul 19
Deep House
Cycles (9:09)
Init (with Dman) (5:58)
Dots (7:40)
Magic Mountain High - "Tiny Fluffy Spacepods" (7:17)
Dusted Links (8:47)
One Small Step... (with Reagenz Meets Thomas Fehlmann) (7:00)
Move D - "Building Bridges" (with Fred P - Move D Inside Revolution mix) (10:46)
Perpetual State (feat The Poem Alles Ist Eins by Thorn Hoedh) (4:56)
Review: Given that he's a born collaborator, as his vast discography proves, it's perhaps fitting that David Moufang's latest album as Move D is packed to the rafters with killer collaborations. Check, for example, the ultra-deep, woozy and off-kilter "Innit", a superbly dubby and opaque studio hook-up with German rave pioneer D-Man, and the shuffling, intergalactic deep house warmth of Fred P collaboration "Building Bridges". Fittingly, his renowned collaborative projects also feature. There's a wonderfully elastic and out-there dub techno/minimalist track by Reagenz (Moufang and Jonah Sharp AKA Spacetime Continuum) with German veteran Thomas Fehlmann, and a Magic Mountain High (alongside Juju and Jordash) track that takes slow-burn, softly spoken deep house/dub techno fusion and runs with it. As you'd expect, the solo tracks are impeccable, too.
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Nobody Is Not Loved
Nobody Is Not Loved (gatefold white vinyl 2xLP + poster in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: 405053 8654479. Rel: 28 May 21
Minimal House/Tech House
Ocean (feat Jamie Foxx) (3:39)
Home (3:39)
Your Love Gives Me Gravity (feat Planningtorock) (4:40)
The Center Will Not Hold (3:50)
Out Of Focus (feat Zoot Woman) (3:55)
Tuk Tuk (feat ATNA) (4:17)
Never Sleep Again (3:18)
Take Control (feat Anne Clark) (3:57)
Kreatur Der Nacht (feat Isolation Berlin) (4:00)
Wadim (4:43)
Prospect (feat ATNA) (4:26)
Night Travel (feat Tom Smith) (4:38)
Review: It has been 11 years since Solomun's last album, and few could have predicted the career arc he has enjoyed since. The big man started out as an underground favourite. His Diynamic label was famous for bringing colour back to dance music after the bleak minimal years. He made 'fairground tech house' as it was called. He then became a huge draw at Ibiza's premium VIP clubs and appeared in Grand Theft Auto. This album takes him to major label Sony and features Hollywood names like Jamie Foxx. It is melodic, accessible house from one of electronic music's most famous names.
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Earthshine (3xLP)
Cat: SUSH 59. Rel: 30 Aug 22
Entangled (2:45)
Phantom (6:58)
Out Of Focus (8:26)
Nebula (2:12)
Escalating (2:15)
Freewalk (7:23)
Paralyzed (7:08)
Exosphere (7:19)
The Earthshine (2:15)
The Essence (Earthshine mix) (6:53)
Salty Dog (7:23)
Solstice (5:06)
Review: Peter Kersten, better known as Lawrence, is the veteran deep house producer and gallerist who many of you may know as chief of Hamburg's Dial Records and who made external outings previously on Japan's Mule Musiq where he released several lauded long-players. His latest one comes courtesy of Berlin's Sushitech entitled Earthshine, a 3XLP featuring 12 tracks written and produced by Kersten over the last five years. All in all it's a diverse selection put together by one of the scene's most highly regarded artists.
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Detroit EP
Cat: MM 06. Rel: 13 May 21
Deep House
D-Twah (6:02)
Tour De Troit (5:09)
La Belle Vie (6:03)
Acid Renaissance (6:46)
Review: Six releases in and Michigander label head Brian Kage teams up with the legendary French Techno producer, Taho, aka David Jacopin. The electronic music world knows to put respect on the Motor City, but the "Detroit EP" represents a fusion, emphasizing l'accent aigu - not a typo or spec on your screen that needs cleaning. Between Kage and Taho, their production pedigree includes releases for labels like FXHE, Planet-E, Delsin, F.Comm, and more, so it's no surprise the pairing makes for a masterfully produced EP covering the spectrum of Detroit house and techno sounds, with an added deft touch from its French connection.
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The Wolfpack
The Wolfpack (140 gram vinyl triple 12")
Cat: LONEWOLF 006. Rel: 21 Sep 21
Patient Better Drivers - "Bruce Castle Mark" (8:25)
Cool & Frank - "Myeloid Of Now" (6:31)
Paradise City Breakers - "Passievrucht" (6:29)
Intareality - "Maintain" (6:36)
Zolaa - "Ancient Alliance" (5:55)
Dom - "Buddha Belly" (6:58)
Tadan - "Things Unsaid" (5:11)
Matthew Dexter - "Reptilian Bassline" (5:49)
Nnd - "Acid Sunrise" (6:14)
Innershades - "The Emptiness Inside" (5:03)
Es-q - "Come With Us" (6:06)
Review: EYA's sister label Lonewolf celebrates 2 years of activity with a 3x 12"! The VA explores a wide range of electronic music styles...from ambient to techno,breaks,electro,acid and more! 'The Wolfpack'will be a must in every record bag and vinyl collection!Music by Innershades,Es-Q,Matthew Dexter,Dom,Zolaa,Intareality,Tadan,Paradise City Breakers,NND,Cool and Frank,Patient Better Drivers.

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Multi Periodic Oscillations EP
Multi Periodic Oscillations EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LA 001. Rel: 21 Jun 21
Cepheid Variable (part 1) (11:01)
Blazhko Effect (5:34)
Cepheid Variable (part 2) (6:46)
Review: Alan Dixon launches his brand new label Love Attack, the Multi Periodic Oscillations EP being a three tracker from Man Power at his curious techno best. Deep, dark and dubby, not to mention suitable for 3am needs everywhere, it opens with 'Cepheid Variable Part 1', 11 minutes of twists and turns, revolving around a hypnotic groove. Its baby brother 'Part 2' keeps the vibes intact before 'Applegate Mechanism' closes the EP in a straight up dancefloor fashion. Keep your eyes on Love Attack, with many more releases lined up for the next year.
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Orbital (remastered)
Orbital (remastered) (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: LMS 1725118. Rel: 18 Apr 24
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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Come With Us (remastered)
Come With Us (remastered) (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 811682 1. Rel: 18 Nov 16
Come With Us (4:57)
It Began In Afrika (5:30)
Galaxy Bounce (4:15)
Star Guitar (6:26)
Hoops (6:35)
My Elastic Eye (3:42)
The State We're In (6:21)
Denmark (5:17)
Pioneer Skies (4:05)
The Test (7:48)
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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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Mystical Rhythm
Cat: ESOL 021. Rel: 22 Mar 22
Deep House
Mystical Rhythm (VW20 mix) (5:56)
Moments In Time (VW20 mix) (7:56)
Review: Six years ago, Vince Watson released a digital-only compilation marking two decades since his first release, in the process providing updated re-makes and remixes of some of his best-loved cuts. The versions on this 12" appeared on that set but have not been released on vinyl before. His re-wire of 1999 cut 'Mystical Rhythm' is little less than sonically gorgeous, subtly updating Watson's classic, Detroit influenced sci-fi techno sound to include all manner of spacey chords, warming organ sounds and jazzy, life-affirming synth solos. His version of 2000's 'Moments in Time' is even deeper and more intergalactic in tone, delivering heart-aching Motor City style machine soul by the boat-load. In a word: stunning.

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Mother's Love EP
Mother's Love EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: BKR 016. Rel: 14 Feb 22
Deep House
Venus Agenda (7:59)
Mother's Love (4:23)
Altarf (4:00)
Review: Black Key recruit the consistently excellent Dan Piu for their nineteenth vinyl release, laying out three tracks of sophisticated deep house. Opener, "Venus Agenda" (which Piu claims is one of his all-time favourites), builds with reverb-soaked claps and the faintest hint of acid in the bass line, before skipping hi hats and lush pads move us in a deeper direction, soon making way for a haunting, yet beautiful lead - this one really is a thing of wonder. "Mother's Love" immediately heads in a different direction, with sublime keys and a subtle, yet highly effective bass line, and a sparsely used vocal sample heightening the mood when it appears. Finally, "Altarf" again takes us to new territory, with the opening, pacey 45 seconds quickly making way for dreamy pads and a perfectly crafted bassline, underpinned by a broken beat kick and expertly programmed hi hats. This package firmly shows why Piu is in such high demand with some of the best labels in the business.

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DJ Kicks
DJ Kicks (gatefold 2xLP + CD)
Cat: K 7335LP. Rel: 04 Jul 16
Deep House
Denis Sulta - "MSNJ" (7:49)
Eliphino - "Isabella Road" (6:26)
Ricardo Villalobos - "Logohitz" (7:53)
Eli Escobar - "Tension" (vinyl mix) (5:25)
Alcatraz Harry - "Ode To Frankfurt" (8:27)
Anno Stamm - "A Night Out With Therese" (4:52)
Playground Productionz - "Orgy (XXX)" (7:03)
Dean & Deluca - "A2" (6:42)
Lnrdcroy - "Freedom For Antboy II"
Denis Sulta - "MSNJ"
Phil Moffa - "Center Of The World"
X 1 - "Happy Hippie Hifi"
Eliphino - "Isabella Road"
Massimiliano Pagliara - "I Am Running All My Drum Machines At Once & Dancing"
Mike Dunn - "A Groove"
Playground Productionz - "Orgy"
Eli Escobar - "Tension" (vinyl mix)
Alcatraz Harry - "Ode To Frankfurt"
Lory D - "Deep Acoustic"
Tomahawk - "Forever Free"
Anno Stamm - "A Night Out With Therese"
Denis Sulta - "Dubelle Oh XX"
Konakov - "Clonki" (part II)
Mr G - "Transient"
Basic Channel - "Q11" (part I)
Fango - "Vena Cava"
Tessela - "Up"
Ricardo Villalobos - "Logohitz"
Dean & Deluca - "A2"
Robert Hood - "The Pace"
Overmow - "Convulsions"
Review: Up next on DJ Kicks' acclaimed mix series is Numbers doyen and Glaswegian iconJackmaster. In his own words, the 24-track mix sees the charismatic Scot 'delivering an honest journey, unearthing a serious passion for the obscure boundaries of house and techno.' This double LP lifts out eight of the tracks most other DJs will want to get their mitts on, and joins the dots between his hometown of Glasgow with Denis Sulta's festival destroying bass driven epic "MSNJ", then NYC; with Eli Escobar's gutsy EBM-flavoured 'Tension (vinyl mix)". Berlin's status as a dance music mecca is referenced with Dutch transplant Anno Stamm's dark house stomper "A Night Out With Therese" and the legend himself Ricardo Villalobos, with his minimal techno classic from 1996 "Logohitz". DJ Kicks throw in a CD of the mix too!
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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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Forward Motion Equals Progression EP
Forward Motion Equals Progression EP (translucent green vinyl 12")
Cat: SYNCRO 3712. Rel: 23 Dec 22
Deep House
Foward (12:26)
Motion (5:43)
Equals Progression (6:22)
Review: Fred P has just served up the album of his career but that doesn't stop the scene's deepest operator from also coming up with this superb new EP on Cyber. It comes on a nice translucent green 12" and kicks off with 'Forward.' This one rolls on cuddly drums and has rickety percussive lines all overloaded with Fred's signature spiritual synths. 'Motion' is a little more driving but no less cavernous and inviting with its balmy and heady pads and then comes the life-affirming 'Equals Progression', a groove that sways to and fro with silvery drums and yet more astral melodies.
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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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Goodbye (Erol Alkan rework)
Cat: PH 133. Rel: 01 Feb 24
Goodbye (Erol Alkan rework) (9:28)
Goodbye (Erol Alkan instrumental rework) (9:29)
Review: A genuinely magical meeting of musical minds, here, as Erol Alkan delivers his interpretations of Chemical Brothers' 'Goodbye', a bleep-speckled slab of soul-seeped electro-breaks first featured on the long-serving duo's 2023 album For That beautiful Feeling. Available in vocal and instrumental mixes, Alkan's revision replaces the pair's electro breaks with a new wave synth-pop-meets-analogue techno groove. Bubbly and melancholic - even more so than the Chems' original version - Alkan's takes also throw in additional lo-fi synth lines, counter melodies and raw, electroclash influenced sounds. It's tasteful and surprisingly poignant whilst still having all the ingredients of a fully fledged peak-time workout.
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Pura Lempuyang (feat Sa Pa, JS Zeiter, Deadbeat, Bluetrain)
Cat: LPY 09. Rel: 07 Nov 22
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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Live From The Multiverse (Infinite 1)
Cat: EES 039A. Rel: 30 Jan 23
Deep House
Intro/Outside (5:21)
Multiverse (6:24)
Concordia (4:42)
Jam X (4:49)
Review: Berlin's Giraffi Dog and (Emotional) Especial have joined forces for a special two part EP series that brings their live set to wax. It came after so many live tours were cancelled during the pandemic and proves to be a great success. The Giraffi Dog sound comes from Max Webber who debuted it with his L'Existence Du Reve album back in 2016 and further drops on the likes of Aiwo Recs and the WARNING label series. Poker Flat and Dessous associate Max Heesen was then brought on board to take the show on the road and thrill crowds with elements of their punk and hip-hop background colouring their breakbeat driven club cuts. These have been recorded live in the studio using drum machines, synths and vocoders and really do capture their pair's live energy.
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AVI 002
AVI 002 (12")
Cat: AVI 002. Rel: 18 Jul 22
Aphonia - "Burning Fields" (11:52)
Angels Of Pompeii - "So High" (3:45)
Odopt - "Athma" (6:09)
Linja - "Retreat" (8:08)
Review: For a four track electronic music EP, there's a lot here. Opening with 'Burning Fields' by Aphonia, the uninitiated might expect the whole package to nod to that classic electro sound, highly detailed but lo-fi, packed with dark atmosphere but all about dance floor energy. Skip to track two, though, and Angles of Pompeii present mutant indie-punk-dance in the vein of Detroit Grand Pubahs at their most guitar-y, and minimalistic.

Elsewhere, 'Retreat' is a slow mo maximalist triumph, acid lines flailing over the top of a muffled cacophony of noise that places the emphasis on a lunging, head-nodding bassline. Add 'Athma', Odopt's sinister low end and drum machine tune up that could almost be an accidental piece from the movie They Live and you've got not only a complex release, but one boasting replay value set to last for years after the investment.

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Tags: EBM | Electro Techno | Psybient
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Tortuga (12")
Cat: PL303 P. Rel: 01 Jun 23
Deep House
OUT-SLD (4:35)
IN-SLD (4:33)
BAD-SLD (4:46)
Review: Those with even a basic knowledge of Italian dance music will have come across Alex Neri productions before; during the 1990s, he recorded loads of house (and less frequently, techno), under a wide variety of aliases. In 1991, he donned the Axe Corner alias (alongside studio buddies Adriana Dodici, Marco Baroni and Pietro Peretti) and delivered Tortuga, an EP of moody blends of house and techno that now sound surprisingly far-sighted. A-sides 'OUT-SLD' and 'IN-SLD' are both forthright but funky techno outings whose bleeping lead lines and thickset grooves pay tribute to the then-massive bleep & bass sound (albeit without the colossal sub-bass and dub reggae influences that style was famous for), while flip-side cuts 'BAD-SLD' and 'SLD-Effects' deliver tougher, late-night takes on the organ-rich Italo-house sound.
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DAT Tapes 1993-1994
DAT Tapes 1993-1994 (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: ASGDE 037. Rel: 27 Oct 22
Nuron - "The Coded Message" (5:54)
Nuron - "Interior World" (6:44)
Nuron - "Waiting For Nothing" (8:11)
Nuron - "Another Way" (5:46)
Nuron - "Neither Here Nor There" (7:09)
Fugue - "Contrapoint" (First version) (6:51)
Nuron - "Dialectic Confusion" (3:49)
Fugue - "Contrapoint" (Stasis mix 1) (6:46)
Review: During the early-to-mid 1990s, Nurmad Jusat released a string of now sought-after singles on Likemind that showcased an emotive, far-sighted take on techno that still sounds timeless all these years on. This fine collection features various recordings he made - but never released - as Nuron and Fuge back in 1993 and '94. As inspired by the techno sounds of his native UK as the far-sighted brilliance of purist Detroit techno and the dreamy soundscapes of Larry Heard, it's a genuinely brilliant collection of long-lost gems. Our picks include the subtly clonk-influenced opener 'The Coded Message', the skewed deep electro shuffle of 'Another Way', the sci-fi techno brilliance of 'Contrapoin (First Version)' and the out-there ambient soundscape that is 'Dialectic Confusion'.
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100% Galcher (remastered)
100% Galcher (remastered) (clear vinyl 2xLP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: GI 410LPC2. Rel: 01 Dec 22
Deep House
Parlay (6:44)
Put On (6:13)
Outside The Club (4:12)
I Neva Seen (4:47)
Enterprise (3:49)
Kaint (3:30)
In The Place (6:33)
Cricket's Theme (6:21)
Fifty (3:18)
Dockside (3:03)
Lil Bit O Chocolit (5:44)
Review: Galcher Lustwerk is one of those artists who has a completely diehard fan base. And for good reason, he is an idiosyncratic producer who collides myriad different sounds. Rap, funk, blues, beatboxing, techno, electro and bass are all fair game to him. His fist ever mixtape was a stream of sonic consciousness that has never before been released on vinyl. But now Ghostly International step up and press it to two 12"s, with both black and coloured green versions as well as a CD version available. It was a fine announcement of his arrival back then and still stands apart today.
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Mono (LP)
Cat: AOTNLP 048. Rel: 24 Jun 21
Deep House
Bubbles (2:28)
Candy Land (3:19)
Shortwave (1:46)
Rain & Shine (2:07)
Byte Size (5:06)
Squeeze (4:14)
Endcoms (2:12)
I Love You (3:23)
No One & Perfect (3:29)
Date-Line (2:59)
Refresher (2:39)
Kubes (3:25)
Dust Jacket (2:53)
Strangely Enough (1:31)
Review: Linkwood can do no wrong if you ask us. Whatever music he puts out - be it his collabs with jazz great Greg Foat, his melodic deep house abstracts or this new electro tinged collection, it is gold. He recorded this one with some Moog and Oberheim gear in the Athens of the North studio and casts his net far and wide - there is crisp bit lo-fi, starry eyed electro like 'Shortwave' next to more 80s tinged pop-like nuggets "Rain & Shine' and cosmic explorations such as 'Date-Line'. It is the sound of a producer who can create at will, unbound by rules, but defined by excellence.
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Loud Places (remixes)
Cat: YT 141. Rel: 16 Oct 15
Loud Places (John Talabot Loud Synths reconstruction) (7:14)
Loud Places (Tessela remix) (5:33)
Loud Places (Barnt E mix) (7:03)
Loud Places (Herbert Louder dub) (5:18)
Review: The latest single from Jamie Smith's 2015 album In Colour, featuring The xx bandmate Romy Madley Croft, gets the remix treatment from a pretty stellar cast. Starting off, Hivern Discs boss John Talabot gets on board with his "Loud Synths Reconstruction" which definitely lives up to its name on this driving proggy take on the track. Ed Russell aka West Country bass techno auteur Tessela steps up and delivers a typically thumping and funked up rendition which is a real highlight on here. On the flip, Cologne's Barnt delivers yet another dark journey through the cosmic hole and the legendary Matthew Herbert offers us his take; sublime deep house and yet again; sampling everything but the kitchen sink!
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 in stock $7.94
2000 & Something
2000 & Something (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LONEWOLF 007. Rel: 10 Jan 22
2000 & Something (8:23)
Third Wave (5:23)
Ritmos Oscuros (5:57)
Review: Over the past few years Nick Gynn has been whipping up a storm with his loose and limber strain of trance-inflected club melters. Now he's landing in exactly the right spot to kick off 2022 alongside the good folk at EYA Records. Minting their Lonewolf series specifically, the 2000 & Something EP deals in maximal acid wrigglers with a playful but dark-tinted edge which should go down very well with the buoyant wave of psychedelic party people. Watch out for the electro stylings of 'Ritmos Obscuros', which closes out the 12" in body-popping fashion.
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Beyond The Outer Limits
Cat: ENL 103. Rel: 31 Oct 22
Uplifting Trance
Alien Voodoo (8:21)
Children Of The Gods (7:31)
Sound Isn't Real (6:55)
A New World (5:39)
Review: Beyond the Outer Limits by Cult of the UFO is a new solo recording produced by Anthony Barker of Overlords of the UFO.

Due to Anthony being an integral contributor to the music of Overlords of the UFO, the four tracks maintain the trademark retro analogue sci-fi vibe of Overlords of the UFO, although with a more contemporary edge.

This is the 3rd release by Enlightenment Records.
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Breaking Out EP
Cat: SG 37. Rel: 10 Jul 23
Chase Mind (6:34)
Lose Yourself (6:00)
Breaking Out (5:05)
Mr Muscle (6:58)
Review: Aubrey has always brought a detailed sense of sound design to his heavy techno. The Berlin-based artist does that again here on a first EP on his own Solid Groveos since 2016. Two tracks delve into his archives to come up with some rare and obscure jams from the 90s. One is 'Lose Yourself' - a bright and cosmic take on techno that prime-era Derrick May would be proud of then the other, 'Breaking Out', offers golden US-style house with nice frayed synths and smoky depths. Two new cuts are 'Chase Mind' - a cavernous and dubby, with whimsical pads and unrelenting bass locking you in a trance, then 'Mr Muscle', a twisted acid techno closer that completes a varied and vital EP.
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Man With The Red Face: Anniversary remixes
Cat: TOOL 25001V. Rel: 21 Mar 23
Deep House
Man With The Red Face (10:00)
Man With The Red Face (Hardwell remix) (6:08)
Man With The Red Face (ATFC When The Lights Go Up remix) (8:14)
Man With The Red Face (Rene Amesz remix) (7:43)
Review: Ready your arms and ears for an injection of nostalgia from Mark Knight and Funkagenda. These two longstanding artists tear the house down with their reimagining of the classic track by French maestro Laurent Garnier - clearly, the original is by now a house music standard, to the extent that Garnier isn't even obviously credited on the release here. It just goes without saying. Knight and Funkagenda's 'cover' here is neatly chiptuney, emphasising the bare bones of the composition, while their networking abilities see to further remixes of the cover by ATFC, Rene Amesz, and - hilariously - Hardwell. A varied remix EP spanning EDM, deep tech and nu-disco.
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Played by: DJ Mau Mau
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Cave Waves EP
Cave Waves EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: MW 002. Rel: 18 Jan 21
Deep House
Rub800 - "Continually Amending" (5:24)
TB Shine - "Lotto Laden" (5:02)
Nuji - "Love888" (5:07)
DJ Tjizza - "Section E" (5:02)
Ru - "Magically" (Bela dub) (5:07)
Miami Beatz '93 - "Electric Pilsation" (5:07)
Played by: DJ Mau Mau
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Reflections Of The Outer Object
Cat: MYS 017. Rel: 22 May 23
Deep House
Floating (5:07)
Reflections Of The Outer Object (8:02)
Phantasme (6:36)
Give In & Resist (7:40)
Review: Mysticisms continues its global search for amazing music, hitting gold again with an EP of four previously unreleased house meets IDM with a dreamy edges by Romania's HAN aka Dan Handrabur, culled from early studio recordings between 1991-95. After getting into record store culture he began building a studio and eventually gave up studying in favour of production, relocated to Vancouver, Canada, where his debut release (as X Drone with Adham Shaikh in 1993) began to establish Handrabur's role as an integral part its electronic scene. Appearances with Harthouse, Exist Dance, Eye Q Records and many more followed, plus collaborations with the legendary Phil Western. The four tracks here haven't aged at all, with nimble beats, action-packed arrangements and dreamy atmospheres, 'Give In & Resist' coming on like Rising High-era Mixmaster Morris crossed with the playfulness of Air Liquide, and 'Phantasme' revelling in the same cross-rhythmic fun that informed The Black Dog's classics.
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DJ Kicks
DJ Kicks (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: K7 394LP. Rel: 19 Mar 21
Alicia Myers - "Right Here Right Now" (John Morales M+M remix) (9:50)
Harvey Sutherland - "Priestess" (9:02)
LS1 Housing Authority - "Ultraviolet" (6:54)
Virgo - "R U Hot Enough?" (7:40)
Speedy J - "De-Orbit" (6:07)
Symbols & Instruments - "Mood" (Tropical Dream Revisited) (6:00)
Psyance - "Gates Of Heaven" (5:42)
Mu Ziq - "Twangle Frent" (Special Request rework) (5:52)
FC Kahuna - "Hayling" (Special Request mix) (3:19)
Special Request - "Elysian Fields" (5:31)
Review: The last few years have really seen Paul Woolford reach the top of his game in many different ways. Be it bowel emptying rave as Special Request, festival baiting piano house tunes or chart topping pop dance crossovers under his own name, the man is proving himself to have a real golden touch. He sure does crank out all these tunes at a prolific rate, too, but you still feel he does everything with meticulous precision. This DJ Kicks is a case in point. It touches on all the many different facets of his sound from glossy and feel good house to early Chicago classics, post-rave dreamscapes to brutal jungle breaks. What a legend.
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Stereo (LP)
Cat: AOTNLP 061. Rel: 01 Dec 22
Deep House
I'm Ready (1:51)
RunStop (4:18)
Joystick (3:10)
Love (3:20)
S-Mode (3:53)
DipDab (3:38)
Clusters (4:58)
Ping (2:15)
Flightpath (4:21)
Glow (4:51)
Lookup (4:24)
Review: Linkwood clearly enjoyed the process of recording his 2021 album Mono, which was created in a week in the Athens of the North Studio in Edinburgh, as he's repeated the exercise on Stereo. It's an impressive sequel all told, with the long-serving producer delivering an even deeper, warmer and more evocative excursion informed by his love of analogue deep house, classic sci-fi techno, the 80s compositions of Jan Hammer, intergalactic electro, drum machine-driven synth-funk and star-gazing ambient music. It sounds like it was primarily made with vintage synthesisers and drum machines, which when combined with his impeccable sound design and judicious use of outboard effects results in an enveloping, immersive and highly atmospheric sound that rewards repeat listens. In other words, it's another fine album to get lost in.
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Bass: The Final Frontier
Cat: PAM 002. Rel: 04 Jul 23
Bass - The Final Frontier (David Holmes remix) (7:08)
Bass - The Final Frontier (3:23)
Demons Of Dance (6:02)
Mumbo Jumbo (3:44)
Review: Last year, Pamela Records launched with a fantastic EP of cosmic club music from the late, great Andrew Weatherall and his long-time production partner Nina Walsh. For release number two, they've turned to another long-serving London producer, former Aloof collaborator Jo Sims. Lead cut 'Bass - The Final Frontier' (track two on the A-side) is definitely one that Weatherall would have played: a psychedelic, mid-tempo chugger with trance-inducing electronics, twinkling synthesiser lead lines and a throbbing groove. David Holmes remixes, slowing it down further while adding undulating TB-303 'acid' lines and plenty of cinematic textures. Elsewhere, 'Demons of Dance' is a moody dark disco throb-job (Richard Sen would approve), while 'Mumbo Jumbo' is a deep Balearic breaks number tailor made for sunsets and sunrises.
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The Phase
The Phase (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TEX 09. Rel: 21 Jan 19
The Phase
Vari Tube
Slam Dunk
Dons Slide
Review: Aubrey's Don Gardon alias was a one-shot decoy deployed in 1997 with the now highly sought-after "Textures" 12" on Aubrey's own Textures label. While the provenance of these new tracks is a little foggy at this stage, what you can be sure of is the grade of techno we're dealing with here. Aubrey's illustrious career speaks for itself, and so do these tracks in the first Textures release since 2001. "The Phase" is an effervescent, funk laced race to the stars, while "Vari Tube" takes a more intimate route through dusty house that wouldn't sound out of place in the Workshop stratosphere. "Slam Dunk" is a cheeky, jazzy affair while "Dons Slide" gets a little more freaky and far out in the finest tradition of B2 tracks.

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Polyverse (2xLP)
Cat: PRTR 21. Rel: 23 Jan 23
Prelude (3:26)
Oscillating Grids (8:13)
Orion (9:03)
Cycle I (interlude) (6:04)
New Ground Galactica (6:03)
Cycle II (interlude) (3:06)
Astronomicon (6:10)
Derelict Satellites (6:02)
Postlude (6:11)
Review: Kosmogonik offers up a top debut album here packed with fresh ambient, techno, house and electronic deepness. Polyverse has nine exploratory cuts that take you on a real trip through the cosmos, right from the suspensory opening chords of the prelude. After that come the lean and elegant Detroit techno lines of 'Oscillating Grids' and the far-sighted cosmic bliss of 'Orion'. 'New Ground Galactica' is about as delightful and wondrous as electro gets and lovers of breakbeats will find plenty to get excited about on 'Astronomicon' with its smeared chords and colour alien details. A gorgeous album of well-crafted electronic escapism.
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ENDZ 053
ENDZ 053 (green & yellow splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 053. Rel: 20 Jun 23
Minimal House/Tech House
Orbit (5:11)
Lemon Life (5:47)
Singularity (4:58)
Dissolve (6:14)
Review: Dimmish is one of those names making himself ever more a part of the tech house firmament and he deserves the acclaim as this new EP on Easternderz proves. It is high grade tackle with several different stylistic nuances. 'Orbit' is a warm pumper with funky bass rotations and well designed drums under balmy pads. 'Lemon Life' ups thence with more high speed, high power but always funky grooves and lithe synths, and 'Singularity' rides on a wave of subtle melody that takes you ever higher. The closer 'Dissolve' with its more colourful and playful melodies might be the best of a great lot.
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Life Miles
Life Miles (2xLP)
Cat: VIS 335. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Minimal House/Tech House
Pinfire (6:49)
Transitory Moments (6:19)
North Of The Sun (6:24)
Lowrider (7:36)
Abundance (6:20)
Figures Of Eight (7:05)
Flight Of Fancy (6:53)
Send Love To The Future (4:16)
Headlong (4:14)
Review: Long-cherished underground stalwart Claus Voigtmann finally serves up his long-awaited new album Life Miles after many years of essential sounds on labels like Assemble and Intermission. He really shows his range here with a record that draws on his experiences of playing around the world in all sorts of different settings. 'Pinfire' and 'Transitory Moments' open up and take you to the heart of fabric, a club he has played so often, while 'North of the Sun' heads off into space on sleek electro rhythms while the likes of 'Abundance' bring cosmic melodic fun to a lively and inventive rhythm. Elsewhere there is the high-speed electro-funk of 'Flight Of Fancy' and the introspective downbeat trip 'Send Love To The Future' making this a varied and vital affair.

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Played by: Nachtbraker
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The Times Are Changing EP
Cat: RS 031. Rel: 11 Sep 23
The Times Are Changing (5:40)
The Dark Hold Of The Bold (7:12)
The Nu Glance Sound (6:30)
Castles In The Skies (5:37)
Review: London-based underground label Release Sustain is proud to announce the release of a brand new EP by Chicago's Jamal Moss, Mathematics Recordings label head, is one of the most uncompromising artists in the game. Famed for his raw, lo-fi approach to house, he messes with the rules and makes unpredictable, unforgettable sounds like few others. Here he arrives on London's Release Sustain with four cuts of relentless drum programming and acid melodies that traverse the line between house and techno. From the slow and wonky opener to the coruscated 'The Dark Hold of the Bold' via the distorted and deprived 'The Nu Glance Sound' this is a fine EP.
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Diablo (neon pink vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: PHLP 16. Rel: 08 Sep 22
Push (5:46)
Hey Diablo (5:36)
Power Passion (5:08)
You Remind Me (6:26)
I Love A Sea On Fire (5:13)
Give Me (3:15)
Blessings (5:56)
Higher Estates (6:31)
So Sweet (3:41)
To The Room (5:10)
Review: Former Factory Floor flummoxer and drummer Gabe Gurnsey grabs us by the groin on this gargantuan groveller of an LP, 'Diablo', his new album. Blending influences from Detroit techno, minimal post-punk and krautrock, it's an impressive follow-up to Physical, his debut solo album for Erol Alkan's Phantasy Sound. It hotly heats our hearing with high-octane hygge, and develops nicely out of his former one-off EPs and singles.
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Change This Pain For Ecstasy
Cat: KOMPAKT 464. Rel: 07 Jun 23
Minimal House/Tech House
Change This Pain For Ecstasy (extended version) (8:27)
Moto (5:57)
Review: Rex The Dog has been a Kompakt artist seemingly forever but this is actually his first new music on the Cologne powerhouse in three years. He heads off on a slow-burning disco stomper that has him tweaking as much magnificence as possible out of his modular synth setup. 'Change This Pain For Ecstasy' is stripped back and pulses with energy as chords sweep through the skies and a delirious voice pleads for you to "take away my sorrow and this pain". On the flip is 'Moto' which builds from subtle vibrations to become a hefty techno cut with wild and erupting tones and crackling, corroding sounds all filling the airwaves.
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Bio Rhythm 3: Re Indulge
Cat: BIO 3LP. Rel: 02 Dec 21
Deep House
Neal Howard - "Indulge" (Discomedments Homage re-edit) (9:00)
MinimalArchiv - "Seduced By Theory" (5:13)
Nexus 21 - "Silicon" (Don't Need The Bleep mix) (5:19)
Discomendments - "Herd Immunity" (7:35)
Doggy - "Neurosilence" (unreleased) (5:42)
Mark Archer - "The Presence Of Beauty" (7:00)
MG - "2 Sensual" (4:53)
C&M Connection - "Bio Rhythms" (6:34)
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Love Will Remain EP
Cat: REKIDS 213. Rel: 24 Jan 23
Love Will Remain (4:35)
I've Got Joy (5:14)
Review: The genius of the Star B project lies in the club-ready fusion of Stefano Miele AKA Riva Starr's inherent party-starting intent and the restless energy of Mark Broom's techno roots. The project's first outing, 2020's 'Gotta Have You', was an excitable disco-house-meets-techno affair, and this belated sequel is similarly formed. Full to bursting with scintillating stabs crafted from disco samples, thumping beats, sampled party atmos, hazy spoken word snippets and restless walking bass, 'Love Will Remain' sounds like a retro-futurist peak-time anthem in the making. They flip the script on 'I've Got Joy', peppering a sweat-soaked, bottom-heavy groove with effects-laden female vocal samples and nagging organ stabs.
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