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Bicep
Bicep (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 244. Rel: 01 Sep 17
 
Deep House
Orca (4:33)
Glue (4:27)
Kites (6:26)
Vespa (1:23)
Ayaya (3:35)
Spring (6:57)
Drift (4:55)
Opal (4:31)
Rain (5:52)
Ayr (5:03)
Vale (4:54)
Aura (5:20)
Review: Of all DJ duos currently operating in British dance music, Belfast boys Bicep might be the hardest to pin down (Optimo aside, of course). Certainly, this debut album is not easy to pigeonhole, though it is an enjoyably cohesive listen. This is largely down to two factors; the frequent use of deliciously colorful and loved-up synthesizer parts, and the duo's innate ability to utilize beats tailor-made for dancefloor devastation. So while keen dancefloor historians may notice sly (and not so subtle) nods to '89 rave, U.S house and garage, Italo-disco, late '90s progressive house, jungle and early British hardcore, the album never sounds anything less than a fine set of Bicep tracks. Expect it to be one of the biggest albums of the year.
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 in stock $24.80
Bigger Than Prince
Cat: CIRCUS 028T. Rel: 29 Aug 13
 
Minimal/Tech House
Bigger Than Prince (original)
Bigger Than Prince (The Martinez Brothers remix)
Bigger Than Prince (Hot Since 82 remix)
Review: ** Camera's ready. Prepare for the Repress ** Curtis Jones is never one to rest on his laurels, as his staggering back catalogues as Green Velvet and Cajmere can attest but such is the force of his personality that a new release still feels like an event. "Bigger Than Prince" capitalises on Jones' knack for a vocal that lambasts the less earnest quirks of the dance music industry, while creating the hook to make the track a bomb in the same instance. Production-wise, there's a measured strut to the track with some choice growling bass synths and an underlying disco flavour that suits Jones just fine. On the remix front, Circus turn to The Martinez Brothers to hammer out a rolling, percussion focused version perfect for big room mixing, while Hot Since 82 turn out a similar line in boompty peak time damage.
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 in stock $15.30
Still Slipping
Cat: XL 1188LP. Rel: 13 Aug 21
 
Techno
Dad & Frankie (2:37)
Sparko (feat Herron) (2:14)
Swag (feat Kav, James Massiah & Bathe) (3:55)
Better (feat Lea Sen) (5:10)
Bernard? (3:49)
Runnersz (2:29)
'Rraine (feat Edna) (3:36)
Glorious Amateurs (3:21)
S Gets Jaded (1:16)
Froth Sipping (3:00)
Layer 6 (4:31)
In Drink (2:52)
Playground (feat Goya Gumbani) (2:55)
Born Slipping (feat Tyson) (4:39)
Review: It may have taken a while - his massive debut single 'Hyph Mngo' was released 12 years ago - but Joy Orbison has finally got round to recording his debut album. It's a highly personal affair, peppered with speech snippets from various family members (including his mum, dad, sister, cousins and famous uncle, Ray Keith). It's a narrative device that works well, providing a unifying thread throughout a woozy, musically eclectic concoction that sees the now veteran UK producer give his distinct spin on ambient, slow house, two-step garage, deep house, post-dubstep beats, dubbed-out soundscapes, British bass music, experimental electronica, cutting-edge deep D&B and much more besides. It's perhaps not the all-out assault on the dancefloor some may have expected, but it is a genuinely brilliant and entertaining album.

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 in stock $19.79
Kime Ne: Versions 1+2
Kime Ne: Versions 1+2 (12" + 1-sided etched vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: HJP 076. Rel: 11 Mar 15
 
Minimal/Tech House
Kime Ne (23:54)
Kime Ne (Ricardo Villalobos version 1) (16:34)
Kime Ne (Ricardo Villalobos version 2) (16:04)
Review: Using the Turkish psychedelic project Insanlar as a jump off point, Honest Jon's have enlisted Ricardo Villalobos to turn out one of his grandiose remix projects that gels so naturally with more exotic sound sources. The original of "Kime Ne" is already an enchanting, Moog-infused groover rich with traditional vocals, and then Mr Villalobos locks the ingredients in for a typically cosmic ride into stripped and hypnotic house territory, letting the lutes intertwine with dusty reams of percussion using that alchemists touch that could only come the man himself. The remix spreads itself over two sides of wax, leaving one side of the double pack free for a fetching etching as well.
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 in stock $20.31
Surrender
Surrender (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 375405 1. Rel: 01 Jan 90
 
Breakbeat
Music: Response
Under The Influence
Out Of Control
Orange Wedge
Let Forever Be
The Sunshine Underground
Asleep From Day
Got Glint?
Hey Boy Hey Girl
Surrender
Dream On
 in stock $30.08
Monolense (reissue)
Cat: IFACH 001R. Rel: 07 Mar 22
 
Techno
Monolense (7:19)
Monolense (reprise) (2:28)
Dead Eye (8:14)
0900 Lens (1:08)
Review: It's over 25 years since Baby Ford decamped to the studio with, alternately, Mark Broom and the late Ian 'Eon' Loveday to re-examine the depths and possibilities of collaborative underground techno. The result, as we now know, was a giant step forward into a new sound, with a new label, Ifach, that would go on to define the blueprint for a more minimal sound it would take others a decade emulate. Monolense, four bittersweet, emotional, stripped bare explorations of techno has long been sought-after, commanding high prices on the secondhand market, and is finally getting a re-release. This is not just a moment in time, but a bookmark in UK techno history.




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 in stock $8.43
Knock Knock
Knock Knock (gatefold 2xLP + 7" + MP3 download code)
Cat: PAMPALP 13. Rel: 08 May 18
 
Deep House
Club Der Ewigkeiten (4:22)
Bonfire (3:59)
Moving In A Liquid (feat Eddie Fummler) (4:21)
Music On My Teeth (feat Jose Gonzalez) (4:41)
Colors Of Autumn (feat Speech Of The Group Arrested Development) (4:10)
This Is My Rock (feat Sophia Kennedy) (5:19)
Illumination (feat Roisin Murphy) (4:40)
Planet Hase (feat Mano Le Tough) (4:18)
Pick Up (6:37)
Scratch That (feat Roisin Murphy) (5:02)
Muddy Funster (feat Kurt Wagner) (5:23)
Baby (How Much I LFO You) (4:31)
Jesus (5:13)
Lord Knows (4:04)
Seeing Aliens (4:53)
Drone Me Up, Flashy (feat Sophia Kennedy) (6:26)
Take A Run (feat Ada) (4:51)
Review: DJ Koze's music is very much suited to the album format. Although his last effort through this medium was back in 2013, his explorative nature and wide-eyed, improvisational style are simply made to branch out into areas outside of the more predictable house and techno formats. Knock Knock comes through on his own Pampa label, with its seventeen tracks all providing us with something different and wonderful, from slo-mo r&b sounds to funky, wayward house music that is most certainly at the 'outside' of the house spectrum. There are plenty of special guests, too, including Mano Le Tough, Sophia Kennedy, and many other relevant talents. A Koze speciality.
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In Love Again
Cat: WOLFW 001. Rel: 08 Dec 20
 
Deep House
In Love Again (10:04)
Latin Techno (6:51)
Review: With his release schedule operating at a gentle pace to allow for each of his twelves to sit and be considered on their own merit, Daniel 'Red Rack'Em' Berman makes just his second outing of 2013 with this pair of cuts for the ever strengthening Wolf Music. It's a record that shows off Berman's idiosyncratic approach to deep house on two very different levels. The first track, "In Love Again", is as blissed-out and heartfelt a take as you could wish for, from the sumptuous pad lines to the plastic strings that positively ooze contentment and passion. "Latin Techno" meanwhile is perhaps less predictable based on its title, opting for a jagged cut up of drum machine patterns and contorted brass sounds but rubbing them up in a non-direct way that makes for a delirious and utterly singular end result.
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Gutz
Gutz (limited fluorescent orange vinyl 12")
Cat: CITI 015. Rel: 19 Nov 14
 
Techno
Gutz
Rut
Save Us
Review: Earlier this year Minimal Wave offshoot provided one of this year's most visceral dancefloor weapons in Kino-I, the debut from Doug Lee's new An-I project. Taking inspiration from techno, jack, industrial and punk, An-I successfully drew a line under some of the Berlin-based artist's previous disco-flavoured endeavours. And then some! If you like the Kino-I 12" you will love the new triplet of An-I productions housed on this appropriately titled Gutz 12". The title track alone should come with a health warning; such is the furious onslaught of machine funk it contains, whilst the unnerving "Rut" is the most schizophrenic production you will hear this year. Best of all id closing track "Save Us" sounds like a cross between in Aeternam Vale and Silent Servant. Pressed on a rather thick and dashing slab of magenta orange vinyl!
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 in stock $20.58
Tour De France
Cat: 020146. Rel: 01 Jan 90
 
Techno
Tour De France (French version)
Tour De France (remix)
 in stock $14.25
Anthropomorphic Sympathy
Anthropomorphic Sympathy (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: MGM 05. Rel: 23 Sep 19
 
Minimal/Tech House
You (5:55)
Sopine (4:58)
Dimlove (5:30)
-*- (4:05)
Empathy Master (4:28)
For Edmond Belamy (2:38)
Interlude (2:13)
Anthropomorphic Sympathy (5:11)
Singularity (3:44)
November Subitizing (5:45)
Juniper (4:51)
Lived II Time (2:50)
Allopoiesis (3:10)
Korwar (4:23)
Review: Having built up his self titled label alongside his sterling work as part of Oscillat, Lazare Hoche and Will & Ink, the one and only Malin Genie delivers his debut solo album. Moving beyond the pure club focus of his singles and EPs, the Genie has seized this opportunity to present a widescreen panorama of his sound, leading in with the subliminal ambience of "You" as a springboard to explore breaks, electro, techno, and especially IDM. There are so many ideas swirling round Anthropomorphic Sympathy, it's hard to know where to begin describing it. A true headphone commute for the deep listener to burrow into.
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Pink (half-speed mastered)
Pink (half-speed mastered) (limited 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: TEXT 018. Rel: 01 Dec 15
 
Deep House
Locked (8:16)
Lion (8:50)
Jupiters (5:46)
Ocoras (5:14)
128 Harps (4:45)
Pyramid (8:17)
Peace For Earth (11:07)
Pinnacles (8:12)
Review: Originally released digitally in 2013, Pink collated a series of 12" releases from Kieran Hebden issued over an 18 month period on his Text label. Hebden and record club and subscription service Vinyl Me, Please have teamed up to give Pink a double vinyl release for any Four Tet fans that weren't quick enough to nab those 12"s at the time. There is plenty of classic Four Tet to be had here too. "Jupiters" experiments with swung garage beats in an unmistakably UK Bass style, while "128 Harps" is a whipcrack MPC workout given his light melodic touch and "Peace On Earth" is a beatless 11 minutes of analogue kosmische. But it's the centrepiece of Hebden's Fabriclive mix, the brilliantly moody "Pyramid", and the loose limbed jazz-house of "Pinnacles" that really set this album apart from his other long-playing efforts, two examples of timeless dance music which demonstrate why after nearly 15 years in the game Hebden is only improving with age.
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 in stock $29.03
Techno Pop
Techno Pop (heavyweight vinyl LP + booklet)
Cat: STUMM 308. Rel: 12 Nov 09
 
Techno
Boing Boom Tschak
Techno Pop
Musique Non Stop
Der Telefon anruf
House Phone
Sex Objekt
Electric Cafe
 in stock $19.19
Isles
Isles (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 261. Rel: 22 Jan 21
 
Deep House
Atlas (5:50)
Cazenove (4:22)
Apricots (4:06)
Saku (feat Clara La San) (4:57)
Lido (3:20)
X (feat Clara La San) (5:35)
Rever (feat Julia Kent) (5:14)
Sundial (4:37)
Fir (5:23)
Hawk (feat Machina) (5:59)
Review: Bicep's second album is shaped by the experience of touring their debut long player for something like three years, a period during which they honed and perfected their instinct for tracks that would stand the test of time and repeated listening. What develops is a distinctive style typified by a combination of ethereal sonics and cheeky, memorable instrumental hooks, only set to a variety of beats that reference and indeed fuse the plethora of different dance genres that have sprung up since the acid house revolution if the mid-80s. So we get everything from the electro-tainted 'X' to 'Rever', where an African choir floats over a subtle deep house shuffle and 'Saku', where UKG bass pressure and skippy beats provide a hypnotic background for Clara La San's sweet but ghostly voice.
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Sidetrakx Volume #1
Cat: OMAR-S 110. Rel: 01 Jul 06
 
Deep House
Child Run Away
Shine On Me
Ya Give Up
Morning Drive
Turn & Walk Away
Bring It To Me
Review: Omar S adopts a new style for his new Side Trakx project. Detroit house meets sample based hip hop... and it really works. Possibly inspired by the passing of the late Jay Dilla, this music is perfect for relaxing and kicking back, or even warming up the early hours of the club. While Detroit hip-hop producers already proved that there's a mutual creative interaction between the cities house, techno and hip-hop scenes, it's now one of the cities hottest house producers laying down some smoked out, next level instrumentals in the vein of the late genius Jay Dilla, Madlib or Underground Resistance's Hipnotech sublabel.
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Played by: WAHEVER
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Group V/Despot
Cat: O\O 002. Rel: 01 Jun 15
 
Minimal/Tech House
Group V (7:51)
Despot (6:00)
Review: Hot on the heels of his inaugural release in January, Braiden introduces Slewis, a new producer on his emerging Off Out label. After years of honing his craft in the studio and playing in experimental bands, London born Slewis makes his mark on his debut with two equally bold dancefloor cuts. Group V opens with an extended twisting cacophony of synthesizers before breaking down into metallic driving machine funk. On the flip, Despot delves deeper down the rabbit hole as EBM influenced sounds and syncopated claps dance around a bed of paranoia, leading to a tense breakdown populated by a flurry of spasmodic drums.
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Played by: Lo Shea
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Another Man
Cat: AOS 950. Rel: 20 Dec 19
 
Deep House
Another Man (5:37)
SUV's Aka Fatass Moblie's (7:32)
Review: Alex "Omar" Smith has covered all bases this year, offering up singles that flit between more experimental, off kilter fare, head-nodding beats informed by hip-hop culture and the unique blend of Detroit deep house and techno that has long been his stock-in-trade. His final single of 2019 sees him gleefully charge further towards disco pastures with "Another Man", a bouncy, club-ready house workout that peppers a good-time disco groove (think rubbery slap bass and crunchy drums) with spacey synth sounds, twinkling melodies and male spoken word samples ("I can quite understand... she left me for another man"). He's back on deep house mode on flipside "Suv's AKA Fatass Mobile's", where a drowsy riff and sustained synth strings bob along atop a sea of sweaty machine drums.
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Stars Are Only Lights In The Sky
Cat: HB 020. Rel: 13 Jun 22
 
Minimal/Tech House
Butterfly Effect (9:01)
CC Is 33 (6:57)
Subliminal 20A7 (6:07)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Margaret Dygas may be based in Berlin but her unique sound can't be tied down to any one city or scene, as she proves on her latest 12" across three tracks for the consistently exciting Half Baked label. Not that there's anything half done here, of course, with A-side tune 'Butterfly Effect' a prime slice of groovy. resonant techno that's understated and restrained enough to gain comparisons to Jaydee's 'Plastic Dreams' classic. 'CC Is 33' is warmer, with nicely slidy, jazzy organ chords and itchy technofunk rhythms, with the most minimal of the three tracks, the static-infused, atmospheric 'Subliminal 20A7', coming last but by no means least. A great showcase for a great, original talent.
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Memory Motions EP
Cat: TR 034. Rel: 23 May 22
 
Minimal/Tech House
The Giver (9:54)
Memory Motions (7:38)
Tuned (5:30)
Review: Mystical dreamweaver Edward has previously brought out some of his classiest club-tooled gear for Trelik, with 2018's Rumours EP being a particular highlight in his glittering career in minimal. Breaking a protracted silence for Baby Ford's label, this new three-tracker once more takes us into the unique atmospheric zone Edward occupies with his productions. 'The Giver' has an unnerving, desolate quality but it's also rock-solid in the rhythm department, with subtle threads of warmth to balance out the eeriness. 'Memory Motions' is a spicier cut with a pronounced house jack to propel a tense set of sonic motifs, with a special mention to the wobbly organ-like chord line. 'Tuned' is the most upfront of all the tracks, using some processed piano hooks and a full compliment of nagging, funkified ingredients to make a certified, if left-of-centre, party starter.
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 in stock $9.76
Detroit!
Detroit! (12")
Cat: AOS 006EP. Rel: 12 Apr 06
 
Techno
Polynesia
Churchill
Micronesia
Frontwardsflip
Nikademas
 in stock $15.04
Retrospect Of A Mind
Retrospect Of A Mind (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MATE 006. Rel: 14 Sep 15
 
Deep House
I Won't Ever (4:01)
The Search (5:01)
Retrospective Of A Mind (4:55)
Big Knot (4:49)
Review: Dikkens is a beautiful soul from Rotterdam who is combining different heartfelt emotions in one wonderful record glued together by a tremendous subbass.
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 in stock $7.65
Graffi Gravi
Graffi Gravi (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: GRA 010. Rel: 11 Mar 19
 
Techno
Yoshinori Hayashi - "Dissociative" (8:25)
Telephones - "Kalimbalimbo" (6:12)
DB.Source & Riccardo Schiro - "Montevago" (3:02)
Dynamo Dreesen - "Reactivate" (7:59)
Oyvind Morken & Kaman Leung - "Tunnel Visjon" (5:31)
Acidboychair - "The End (At Any Speed)" (4:48)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Gravity Graffiti has been doing great things with its series of split 12"s already, but now the Italian label goes one better for its tenth release with this mighty double pack of heavy hitters. First up is the ever-untouchable Yoshinori Hayashi, who gets as straight up as he possibly could with the freaky house burner "Dissociative." Telephones is feeling particularly dubbed out and groovy on "Kalimbalimbo", while DB.Source and Riccardo Schiro take things strung out and textural on "Montevago". Dynamo Dreesen is in rave mode for the pepped up and delightfully weird "Reactivate", leaving the final side to Oyvind Morken & Kaman Leung's chugging "Tunnel Visjon" and the rubbery side swipes of Acidboychair's "The End (At Any Speed)".
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 in stock $12.40
Earthshine
Earthshine (3xLP)
Cat: SUSH 59. Rel: 30 Aug 22
 
Techno
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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Hubris Variation
Cat: BLACKTRUFFLE 024. Rel: 16 Nov 16
 
Minimal/Tech House
Hubris Variation (part 1) (14:16)
Hubris Variation (part 2) (13:12)
Review: Given that Ricardo Villalobos was one of a handful of guest producers who featured on Oren Ambarchi's recent Hubris album - a krautrock-influenced minimalist techno exploration that also boasted contributions from Jim O'Rourke and Mark Fell, amongst others - it seems fitting that he's been roped in to provide two new remixes. The Chilean's contribution to the album was largely rhythm-based, and his two lengthy Variations - each stretched across one side of wax - promote undulating, heads-down dancefloor hypnotism above all else. Naturally, his drum programming and use of subtle stylistic shifts is as on-point as ever, with Ambarchi's original textures being manipulated into mind-altering new shapes.
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 in stock $18.98
DJ Kicks
Peggy GOU / VARIOUS
DJ Kicks (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: K7 382LP. Rel: 28 Jun 19
 
Deep House
Peggy Gou - "Hungboo" (DJ Kicks) (4:30)
The System - "Vampirella" (3:44)
Pegasus - "Perseguido Por El Rayo" (3:57)
I:Cube - "Cassette Jam 1993" (4:49)
Sly & Lovechild - "The World According To Sly & Lovechild" (Andrew Weatherall Soul Of Europe mix) (8:25)
Deniro - "Epirus" (6:34)
Psyche - "Crackdown" (5:59)
Hiver - "Paert" (7:04)
Aphex Twin - "Vordhosbn" (4:46)
Review: South Korean star Peggy Gou continues her seemingly unstoppable rise by serving up her first ever DJ mix CD. It's a contribution to one of the longest running series in the business, DJ Kicks, and she's used the opportunity to showcase the depth and variety of the music in her crates. Beginning with the classic early '90s ambient of Spacetime Continuum, Gou flits between humid, mid-tempo Balearic house (her own "Hungboo"), acid-fired downtempo electronica, throbbing 1990 peak-time anthems (Weatherall's ace but largely forgotten remix of Sly & Lovechild), hypnotic techno minimalism, main room throb-jobs (Hiver), pulsating electro, classic breakbeat hardcore, post-dubstep, dark tribal drum jams and sunrise ready Motor City brilliance (Deniro).
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Hippies From Outer Space
Cat: ENL 102. Rel: 31 Oct 22
 
Uplifting Trance
Surfin' UFO (Space Surfing mix) (6:42)
Temple Of Trance (7:26)
The Shape Of Things To Come (9:34)
Review: 3 track EP by Overlords of the UFO, including 2 previously unreleased tracks and one track released on an earlier EP named Transcendental Overdrive.

All tracks were produced in the late 90's.

This EP continues the trademark retro sci-fi analogue synth vibe of Overlords of the UFO and is the 2nd release by Enlightenment Records.
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Played by: Jane Fitz, Nummer
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Battle Of The Planets
Cat: BMVMT 007. Rel: 16 May 22
 
Electro
A Journey To Planet Acid
Revenge Of The Wasp
Infinity
Questions From The Future
Middle Peace
Planet 90
Work It
Planet Assault
Planet Funk
Battle Of The Planets
Review: Marking over 16 years as an artist, Robert James unveils his debut album Battle of The Planets. A milestone in any musician's career, the LP illustrates the breadth of Rob's tastes and influences, exploring the rugged terrain of planet electronica. Ranging from breaks and electro to house and techno, Battle of The Planets was made during lockdown, a period of creativity and isolation for many artists around the world. Across 10 skillfully produced cuts Rob takes us on an intrepid adventure into the cosmos, where mysterious atmospheres and uplifting melodies sit side by side with captivating dance floor rhythms. Many shades of his personality come through on this album, all tied together by his unique sonic identity; informed by his years spent on the dance floor, behind the decks and in the studio. On Battle of The Planets Robert James presents a distillation of his extensive knowledge and experience into one succinct, highly engaging body of work.
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A16 / A17
A16 / A17 (12")
Cat: UR 01. Rel: 12 Sep 22
 
Minimal/Tech House
A16 (11:13)
A17 (11:08)
Review: Impressive reissue of sound designers and masters of field recordings Ultra-Red. These unique sounding tracks were first released on the legendary Fatcat label some 20 years ago and kept as secret weapons of DJs like Ricardo Villalobos, Craig Richards and Miss Kittin over the years. Here we have the two long, uncut versions that were never released before. Limited copies!!
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Wuddaji
Wuddaji (CD)
Cat: SSCD 14. Rel: 14 Dec 20
 
Deep House
Hambone Cappuccino
Radar Detector
This Is For You (with Maurissa Rose)
Angry Purple Birds
Wuddaji
Hennyweed Buckdance
All Your Boys Are Biters
Knew Better Do Better
Review: After six years, Theo Parrish has finally decided to treat us to a new full-length excursion. That in itself is cause for celebration, because the Motor City veteran has a style all of his own that fuses a myriad of musical influences, genuinely sounds like nothing else, and is extremely difficult to recreate. That trademark sound is naturally at the very core of Wuddajii, which sees the Detroit legend effortlessly slide between bruk-up business ('Radar Detector'), free-jazz funk (the superb title track), hip-hop influenced beatdown jazziness ('Hambone Cappuccino'), sleazy late-night beat science ('Angry Purple Birds' and 'All Your Boys Are Biters), typically epic slabs of deep house soulfulness ('This is For You'), and mind-altering voyages into electronic jazz spiritualism ('Knew Better Do Better').
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Played by: CHEZZ, Logic1000
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Built To Last
Cat: SS 737475. Rel: 22 Aug 18
 
Deep House
What Else You Do (8:22)
Magnets On Wood (3:21)
Tamarindo (8:46)
3000 Years (3:53)
Jaws Of Life (9:22)
Not New To This (10:51)
0829 Fifty Fifty (11:33)
Sidewinder (6:27)
Hunchback (5:57)
Review: An integral figure on the Motor City scene for the best part of two decades, Specter has always been a particularly prolific producer. Built To Last - appearing on Theo Parrish's significant Sound Signature label - is his first album-length excursion. It offers an expansive summary of his inspirations and influences - many will notice subtle nods towards local deep house, techno and electro heroes, as well as more experimental synthesizer music, off-kilter electronic jazz-funk, deep space dub and eyeliner-clad early '80s synth-wave - while also showcasing a trademark sound that's every bit as dusty, warm, loose and lo-fi as his lauded Detroit peers.
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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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Silvestre Is Boss EP (D.K. mix)
Cat: SECRET 026. Rel: 21 Oct 19
 
Deep House
Jumping Intro (2:06)
Lights (4:31)
Fuego (3:40)
Paying The Rent (4:25)
Fuego (D.K. remix) (5:09)
Back To Hometown (5:04)
Review: Lisbon-born, London-based producer Silvestre came to light on Disktopia before starting up the Padre Himalaya label to house his unconventional chuggers. This release for Secretsundaze finds him exploring his sound in greater detail, folding in a certain amount UK rave energy amongst other more esoteric motifs. The results are spellbinding, from the twilight marvels of "Lights" to the slow breakbeat chops and delirious harp trills of "Fuego". At times the ideas have a scuffed mixtape quality to them, which only adds to the charm. D.K. is on hand to deliver a remix for the broader needs of the dancefloor, although he wisely keeps the beguiling qualities of "Fuego" intact as he nudges it closer to the party.
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Everything Is Wrong (reissue)
Everything Is Wrong (reissue) (limited 180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: STUMM 130. Rel: 01 Jan 90
 
Electro House
Hymn
Feeling So Real
All That I Need Is To Be Loved
Let's Go Free
Everytime You Touch Me
Bring Back My Happiness
What Love
First Cool Hive
Into The Blue
Anthem
Everything Is Wrong
God Moving Over The Face Of The Waters
When It's Cold I'd Like To Die
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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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E2 XO
E2 XO (gatefold 3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: K7 347LP. Rel: 14 Jan 22
 
Experimental/Electronic
Noctis Ultimus (91 mix) (4:12)
XO Transmission (feat Qebrus - #1) (3:46)
Anthropocene (3:40)
Ocean Dreams (5:31)
The Last Rains (5:08)
Starship Launch (2:02)
Noctis Ultimus (4:12)
Beyond The Singularity (3:50)
Helix Nebula (2:21)
Noctis Reprise (For QEBRUS) (2:14)
XO 1 (Lutyen B) (4:53)
XO 2 (Kapteyn B) (6:14)
XO Transmission (#2) (2:07)
XO 4 (Wolf 1061 C) (6:26)
XO 6 (LHS1723 B) (5:54)
XO Transmission (#3) (2:26)
Planet B Awakening (0:47)
XO 7 (Teegarden B) (4:50)
Midnight Shore (4:29)
Beyond The Milky Way (2:47)
Review: Tom Middleton and Mark Pritchard created a landmark of ambient music when they released 76:14 back in the 90s. Their Global Communication project was never just about ambient though, and it also coursed through deep house and more besides. In the spirit of progress, Middleton has returned to thinking about the project from a contemporary perspective, stepping forth as GCOM with the epic scope of E2 XO. From stirring orchestral suites to high octane DSP, it's an expansive listening experience that shows Middleton pushing himself into new terrain in the studio. Whether you tie it back to the prior material or not, it's a towering piece of work from an elder statesman of UK electronica.
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DJ Kicks
JACKMASTER / VARIOUS
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"
POM POM - "POM POM 18 B2"
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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Tales Of Ephidrina (30th Anniversary Edition) (remastered) (Record Store Day RSD 2023)
Cat: 602448 888907. Rel: 29 Apr 23
 
Ambient/Drone
Liquid Insects (0:31)
Swab (6:26)
Mountain Goat (4:50)
In Mind (10:18)
Ephidrena (10:44)
Auto Pimp (5:07)
Fat Cat (4:17)
Pod Room (5:02)
Mountain Path (4:11)
Static Field (7:02)
Sky-Scraper (extended) (4:31)
Swab (alternative) (4:44)
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Good Lies
Good Lies (LP + insert)
Cat: XL 1300LP. Rel: 11 May 23
 
Breakbeat
Feelings Plain (7:33)
Arla Fearn (3:45)
Good Lies (1:05)
Walk Thru Water (2:09)
Cold Blooded (3:37)
Skulled (5:06)
Sugarrushhh (3:38)
Calon (4:09)
Is U (3:49)
Vermonly (2:40)
So U Kno (3:40)
Calling Out (4:43)
Review: Overmono have become real techno darlings in the last two years. And rightly so - they have served up a fine run of EPs in that time which now brings us to their debut album Good Lies. They are also an award-winning live act who have brought new energy and invention to techno as well as a next level grasp of sound design. As such the pair are two of the most revered artists in the UK with a hardcore fan base who pack out their every gig. They will find plenty to love here on an adventurous record that features all the hallmarks you would expect of this duo as well as plenty of freshness.
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Folk Remedy Anthems 1 & 2
Cat: MYS 019. Rel: 14 Aug 23
 
Deep House
Aurora 2004 (Calm Present KF's Re-touch) (10:59)
Beast In Batuque (7:58)
Spirit In Tala (4:57)
Night Stream (5:24)
Kesarian (5:33)
In Dope Rhythms (5:54)
Calling Spirit (5:35)
Review: The sublime music of Kaoro Inoue is the subject of this essential new compilation on Mysticisms. Inoue describes himself as an "extreme music lover" and has been for more than 30 years. His Chari Chari alias is all about self-expression and the music here has previously only been available digitally. It fuses ambient, house and techno soundscapes across four sides of vinyl with a deeply spiritual outlook and soul-soothing sound. Organic percussion, traditional instruments and new age moods all colour the deeply enticing grooves.
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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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Zen '23
Zen '23 (12")
Cat: EES 043. Rel: 11 Sep 23
 
Deep House
Solitude (6:05)
Zen '23 (6:44)
Crow Dub (5:22)
Earth Flight (6:08)
Review: The always adventurous Especial label is back on its world travels once more for another cultured EP, this time from Jonne Lyden aka 53X. This is a widescreen bass exploration with trance-tinged steppas looking firmly to the future from the Finnish-born artist. He has a background in punk bands but a trip to Berlin turned his ear and now he makes experimental fusions that draw on everything from industrial to Berghain to Detroit for inspiration. His tunes are mostly started out as live jams and then edited into what we have here - club-ready sounds, rich atmospherics, acid, breaks and hypnotic rhythms.

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Changing Channels: Part 2
Cat: HESLP 005PT2. Rel: 05 Oct 23
 
Minimal/Tech House
Installation (4:55)
Squid (4:29)
If (5:40)
Bad Lines (3:54)
Review: It's been a long time since we heard from Pangaea, one of the three famous faces who made up the original Leeds label come ubiquitous DJ's DJ's DJ imprint - Hessle Audio. Though perhaps less appreciated than his contemporaries Ben UFO and Pearson Sound, now's his time to shine again: Changing Channels is his second ever album, following up 2016's In Drum Play (which for all its quality, rough, juddering techno experiments, will always line the shelves of many a budding selector). Like its predecessor, oddball bassy techno is here Pangaea's preferred mode, whether reflected in the sassy femme vocal cutups of 'Installation' or the spitting basses of 'Squid'. This is one of two vinyl 12"s over which the album is spread; an effort to enhance its playability for DJs.
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Isles
Isles (gatefold picture disc 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 261P. Rel: 22 Jan 21
 
Deep House
Atlas (5:46)
Cazenove (4:21)
Apricots (4:04)
Saku (feat Clara La San) (4:56)
Lido (3:20)
X (feat Clara La San) (5:35)
Rever (feat Julia Kent) (5:16)
Sundial (4:37)
Fir (5:22)
Hawk (feat Machina) (5:59)
Review: Bicep's second album is shaped by the experience of touring their debut long player for something like three years, a period during which they honed and perfected their instinct for tracks that would stand the test of time and repeated listening. What develops is a distinctive style typified by a combination of ethereal sonics and cheeky, memorable instrumental hooks, only set to a variety of beats that reference and indeed fuse the plethora of different dance genres that have sprung up since the acid house revolution if the mid-80s. So we get everything from the electro-tainted 'X' to 'Rever', where an African choir floats over a subtle deep house shuffle and 'Saku', where UKG bass pressure and skippy beats provide a hypnotic background for Clara La San's sweet but ghostly voice.
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Arethusa EP
Arethusa EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MGM 08. Rel: 22 Jun 20
 
Experimental/Electronic
Impasse (4:48)
Calm Circumference (6:15)
Aporia (5:44)
Vega (3:48)
Perfect Date Night (3:37)
Arethusa (3:35)
Gandharva Cities (4:09)
Review: Malin Genie welcomes an extensive EP treat from Lava Lap, an emergent producer with an affinity for the kind of braindance that will have fans of Jodey Kendrick beating their drum machines with approval. The acid is slippery, the structures ever-shifting and a wealth of expression spills out of every bar. There are faster drum & bass paced bits, melancholy detuned electro and much more besides. Far from just being clever music though, it's also amazingly emotional and so impeccably produced. Any electronica head should be all over this.
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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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Night Of The Endless Beyond
Cat: ESP 108. Rel: 14 Nov 22
 
Deep House
Endless Beyond (7:32)
Isolarian (4:59)
Strato (7:52)
Together (8:42)
Light Nights (2:31)
Quadralogue (9:14)
Otherness (5:20)
Truth (6:05)
Wonder (5:27)
Postdrome (5:57)
Review: You wait ages for a Lord of the Isles album, and two come along at once! 'Night of the Endless Beyond', the Scottish producer's second full-length excursion for ESP Institute, follows hot on the heels of the inspired (if shorter) 'Subtle Thoughts' on Lapsus. While that was almost entirely made up of typically atmospheric ambient sketches, this epic goes further, complimenting his usual beat-free brilliance with forays into dubbed-out, deep space ambient techno ('Endless Beyond'), analogue-rich emotive techno (the star-fall brilliance of 'Strato'), ambient house ('Together' and the wonderfully trippy 'Quadralogue'), crackly IDM ('Truth') and picturesque, soft-focus dancefloor hypnotism ('Wonder').
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DAT Tapes 1993-1994
DAT Tapes 1993-1994 (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: ASGDE 037. Rel: 27 Oct 22
 
Techno
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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Julius Caeser
Cat: NS 35. Rel: 17 Nov 21
 
Techno
Julius Ceaser (9:03)
Years Of Your Life (9:11)
Review: Novel Sound main man Levon Vincent returns to follow up a slew of releases this year, namely the terrific Enchanted Cosmos EP from a few months ago. On the A side of this one, you have the emotive and contemplative deepness of 'Julius Cease ' and its utterly hypnotic melody playing centre stage. Turn over to hear the dense bass and stirring drums on the sweaty basement jam 'Years Of Your Life' that's definitely on a vibe not too dissimilar from his 2009 classic 'Double Jointed Sex Freak'.
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Tiger's Eye
Cat: CDA 035. Rel: 09 May 22
 
Techno
Tiger's Eye (11:38)
Orgonite (6:00)
Orgonite (Riding The Waves) (6:21)
Review: Berlin's Cocktail d'Amore and Tokyo's Ene Records have come together once again to present the music of Solidair. The duo of Cocktail alumni Luigi Di Venere and Jules Etienne present three tracks aimed to induce a dance floor hypnosis. Orgonite (Riding the Waves) does just that, a slow build awash in the ebb and flow of acid tinges, just enough to wet your whistle on a Saturday night. The original mix keeps the skeletal support but throws in a life preserver of 8 bit gaming synthesis. Frisky arps call and respond to each other before making way for sinewy pads to lift off. Tiger's Eye sets itself onto cruising speed incorporating elements of late 90's acid techno with the sleek and smooth clubbing aesthetics of modern day Berlin.
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