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Boot Loop EP (reissue)
Boot Loop EP (reissue) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ELECTRIX 002R. Rel: 18 May 20
  1. Conduit
  2. Hashtag
  3. Conduit (Volsoc Orange Problem remix)
  4. Hashtag (Radioactive Man mix)
Review: Carl Finlow, aka electro main-man Silicon Scally, originally released the Boot Loop EP on Billy Nasty's Electrix label back in 2013 - an aeon ago in real terms but a blink of an eye to any electro devotee. Such is the quality of the music that it's well deserving of a repress, not least given the fearsome appetite for this kind of electro now compared to seven years ago. "Conduit" and "Hashtag" are quintessential Finlow cuts, wriggling and writhing with snappy sound design riveted to the machine funk rhythm section. On the flip, Volsoc's "Orange Problem" mix of "Conduit" slips a few more melodic elements into the mix, and Radioactive Man flips "Hashtag" into a gnarly, noisy workout bowling in from leftfield.
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Eschaton EP
Eschaton EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VGNR 06. Rel: 26 May 20
  1. Eschaton
  2. Drain
  3. Venus
  4. Elara
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Vigenere is creating a mysterious vibe with its obscure collaborative releases, but the music speaks for itself as it plots a course through deeper realms of the dance. After contributing to the first release, Malin Genie is back and seemingly flying solo for a more direct trip into dubby techno territory - that's certainly the vibe on opening immersion heater "Eschaton". "Drain" has a more tripped out minimal flavour with the after hours in mind, while "Venus" swaps moody atmospheres out for a hazy shuffler peppered with slices of warm instrumentation. "Elara" brings things full circle with another crooked dub-out to bring eyelids down heavy in a state of transcendental bliss.
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Digital Card (Exzakt & BFX mix)
Digital Card (Exzakt & BFX mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MON 022. Rel: 26 May 20
  1. Digital Card (6:41)
  2. Digital Card (Exzakt & BFX remix) (6:05)
  3. Endless Clue (4:54)
  4. Message In Code (4:57)
Review: Electro titan Zeta Reticula, otherwise known as Slovenian hero Umek, is back with another salvo of heavy-hitting belters for your bag. "Digital Card" is a highly strung workout loaded with searing lead lines to stir up all kinds of intense emotions, which Exzakt and BFX rework into a bleep laden, low-blowing machine funk fest. "Endless Clue" finds Reticula amping up the dystopian theatrics even harder, while "Message In Code" takes a leaner approach with a mean tempered low-end synth and some gnarly acid to get you freakin' in all the right ways.

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Played by: Ali Renault
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Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 24 Oct 19
  1. Xtal (4:51)
  2. Tha (9:02)
  3. Pulsewidth (3:48)
  4. Ageispolis (5:21)
  5. I (1:12)
  6. Green Calx (6:05)
  7. Heliosphan (4:50)
  8. We Are The Music Makers (7:45)
  9. Schottkey 7th Path (5:02)
  10. Ptolemy (7:14)
  11. Hedphelym (6:04)
  12. Delphium (5:27)
  13. Actium (7:36)
Review: In line with the timely reappraisal of all things R&S related, the resurgent Apollo have seen the opportunity to bring one of their most celebrated records back for another round. Aphex Twin's ambient recordings mature magnificently with age, sounding ever richer and more emotive as the rest of electronic music continues to play catch up all around. From the gentle breakbeats of "Xtal" to the aquatic techno lure of "Tha", the airy rave of "Pulsewidth" to the heartwrenching composition of "Ageispolis", every track is a perennial example of how far ambient techno could reach even back then. It's just that no-one quite had the arm-span of Richard D. James.
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Rave Til Dawn EP
Cat: ASQ 005. Rel: 22 May 20
  1. Rave Til Dawn (6:16)
  2. Down (6:14)
  3. Crush (6:21)
  4. LCD Steppin' (4:52)
Review: Jimmy Asquith is in fiery form on his first EP of 2020, the appropriately titled "Rave Til Dawn". The EP-opening title track is almost insanely weighty, with a loved-up and glassy-eyed Asquith combining bombastic, hardcore style breakbeats, pounding kick-drums, warehouse-ready rave riffs and a handful of suitably wavy female vocal samples to devastating effect. Elsewhere, "Down" is a pounding slab of slamming peak-time techno, "Crush" sees him go to town with ravey stabs and layered techno-funk drums, and "LCD Steppin'" offers an attractive blend of sweaty, proto-jungle breaks, sustained sunrise-ready chords and more wide-eyed vocal snippets.
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Played by: CHIRAYA, S-File
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Prisma
Prisma (2xLP)
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 253. Rel: 22 May 20
  1. Sensual Disguise (6:06)
  2. Pivot (7:05)
  3. A New Breed (7:13)
  4. Stringed Along (6:48)
  5. Prisma (7:07)
  6. Innocuous (6:55)
  7. Arcane (7:44)
  8. More Restrained (6:35)
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SL 01 (repress)
SL 01 (repress) (140 gram vinyl 12" 再出版)
Cat: SL 1. Rel: 20 Apr 20
  1. Slowhand (10:21)
  2. Tall For His Height (5:17)
  3. Kez (7:15)
Review: Seminal reissue alert! Baby Ford had already been a chart-baiting acid house superstar by the time he launched the PAL SL label in 1996. He'd left behind the major label scene and moved firmly back into the underground with exploratory techno releases on Ifach and collaborations with Mark Broom. This new label marked a shift for Ford though, setting him up for the trips into minimalist club tracks that have been his bread and butter for decades now. From the machine soul trysts of "Slow Hand" to the woozy techno thrust of "Tall For His Height" and the atmospheric house wriggle of "Kez", this release is a classic through and through. Beat the sharks and nab a copy of this long out-of-print gem.
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The Quadra EP
The Quadra EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ORN 028. Rel: 18 May 20
  1. MACS0647 (7:55)
  2. The Quadra (8:36)
  3. The Haunting Circumstance (4:55)
Review: Miles Sagnia has a deep-rooted backstory in the UK underground techno scene. Under his own name and as Miles Atmospheric he's produced consistently compelling techno for labels like Finale Sessions, FireScope, Aesthetic Audio and Applied Rhythmic Technology. Such associations point to the soundworld Sagnia inhabits - a harmonically balanced strain of deep-diving brain food that favours expressive musicality and inventive programming over rigid functionality. Having previously appeared as Miles Sagnia on Ornate back in 2010, he returns to the label as Miles Atmospheric with three cuts that explore melancholic moods through artful interplay between beautifully rendered synth tones and intricate drum machine excursions. These tracks still move with purpose and presence, but the end goal is more cerebral than physical - a perfect fit for the immersive experiences Ornate has always strived to promote.



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Tone Dropout Vol 9
  1. The He-Men - "A Train" (6:24)
  2. DAWL - "Human Experiments" (5:49)
  3. Tonebreak 4 - "Track 3" (3:17)
  4. Ascot/WW - "Marelli Bleeps" (5:26)
  5. Corporeal Face - "Visions" (5:04)
  6. Bufo Bufo - "Ectotherm" (5:18)
Review: In the world of Tone Dropout, the rave never stops. It's this wholehearted 90s-inspired retro-futurism that makes their compilation style EP releases such a good listen. This ninth volume in the series packs a punch, with highlights coming courtesy of The He-Men (the trippy acid-psychedelia of saucer-eyed early morning workout "A-Train"), the weighty Yorkshire bleep and bass-meets-Italian dream house warmth of Ascot and WW's "Marelli Bleeps", and the deliciously quirky hip-house-meets-breakbeat hardcore-meets-acid bustle of Bufo Bufo's "Ectotherm". Arguably best of all though is Dawl's sleazy, alien and off-kilter acid-electro rub "Human Experiments".
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Reality Used To Be A Friend Of Mine EP (repress)
Reality Used To Be A Friend Of Mine EP (repress) (hand-stamped clear vinyl 12")
Cat: REALITY 2019CLEAR. Rel: 04 May 20
  1. The River Experiment II (5:36)
  2. Back Home (5:08)
  3. Reality Used To Be A Friend Of Mine (5:14)
  4. The River Experiment I (5:32)
  5. Feel What I Feel (5:49)
  6. Poem (6:02)
Review: REPRESS: Rising Sun Psyche aka Berlin's hugely prolific but somehow rather lowkey Steffen Laschinski hits an amazingly bittersweet spot on his latest offering. It combines post-rave ambient, breakbeats, IDM and deep house into a real trip. "The River Experiment II" is a dreamy opener with gorgeous synths while "Back Home" is backlit with a celestial glow of melody and spoken word snippets that add to the reverie. There's gentle minimalism in "The River Experiment I" and followed by punchy and emotive number "Feel What I Feel" amongst many other highlights.
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Tenacity EP
Tenacity EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MDAL-03. Rel: 26 May 20
  1. Lost But Not Broken (6:01)
  2. A Theory Of Everything (6:44)
  3. Mimico Creek (5:53)
  4. Scavenger Hunt (6:21)
Review: Colin McGraw's MDA Analog project continues to enjoy a renaissance after more than 20 years of silence, serving up the third instalment of vintage techno with a house-spirited warmth. "Lost But Not Broken" capitalises on some particularly soaring synths to create a uniquely uplifting flavour, while "A Theory Of Everything" takes things deeper with dubby pulses underneath an ear-snagging set of keys. "Mimico Creek" has a particularly playful arrangement marked out by nimble arps and bleeps, and "Scavenger Hunt" completes the set with a punchy rhythm section and yet more plush layers of harmonic interplay.






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Sapphire Dubs Vol 1
Cat: BLUETRAIN 11. Rel: 20 May 20
  1. Midnight Creeper (alternate 97 mix) (8:39)
  2. Where's Burt? (extended version) (7:20)
  3. Echo Freak (No Lightweight Stuff edit) (6:22)
Review: The latest release on Steve O'Sullivan's revitalised Bluetrain label offers up a trio of cuts from the archives. All were produced during the mid-to-late '90s period when O'Sullivan first launched the label and used the now familiar alias. The A-side features a superb, dub-fired "Alternate 1997 Mix" of O'Sullivan classic "Midnight Creeper" in which deep space electronics flutter away atop crunchy machine beats and a booming, sub-heavy bassline. Over on side B O'Sullivan is in collaborative mode, first joining forces with Ben Sims on the deep, warm and hypnotic techno pulse of "Where's Burt? (Extended Version)", before hooking with Wis on the sparse, dubbed-out peak-time brilliance of "Echo Freak (No Lightweight Stuff Edit)".
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Ten Years Of One Part 1
One
Cat: ONE 046. Rel: 07 Apr 20
  1. Subb An - "Sunrise Mood" (7:03)
  2. Adam Pits - "Pungent Method" (5:31)
  3. Urulu - "Mollare Qualcuno" (6:24)
  4. Yamen & Eda - "Last Dance" (7:18)
Review: It's now accepted that label anniversary compilations and EPs should be stacked with high-grade cuts, preferably offered up by sizable or notable artists. Even so, there's something extra-special about this first part of Digbeth-based One Records' 10th anniversary EP series. Fittingly, it begins with a fresh cut from label stalwart Subb-an, a suitably heavy chunk of locked-in, early morning techno titled "Sunrise Mood", before continuing via the cut-up breakbeat fills, spacey electronics and warehouse-ready analogue bass of Adam Pits' "Pungent Method". Over on side B, Los Angeles-based Steve Urulu serves up the groovy, percussion-rich deep house/techno fusion of retro-futurist treat "Mollare Qualcuno", while Yamen & Eda drift their way through the deep breakbeat-house shuffle of "Last Dance".
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Still Dissolving
  1. Dissolve (7:28)
  2. Demur (7:12)
  3. Trapdoor (9:16)
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Bad Manners 4
Cat: BADMANNERS 004. Rel: 26 May 20
  1. Scalar (8:28)
  2. Biohak (7:01)
  3. Verkunstungstraktat (6:02)
  4. Nosode (6:12)
  5. Kruqz (6:13)
  6. Psionik (8:20)
  7. Free World Order (5:36)
Review: Marcel Dettmann's Bad Manners label has already yielded some quality drops from the label boss and Exterminador, and now it's the turn of Vril to deliver some of his fiercest material to date. As opening track "Scalar" shows, this is Vril in full-on confrontational mode, slamming down heavyweight rave stabs and noisy drum blasts with a sound that goes beyond big room techno to something experimental in its sheer impact. The pressure remains high on "Biohak", and remains malevolent if a little more stripped down on the deadly jack of "Verkunstungstraktat". Notes of EBM and industrial lurk behind this double pack 12", but really it's just bruising modern techno with an artful twist, which seems to be the Bad Manners M.O. - one we can all get behind.
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Played by: Per Bojsen-Moller
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Zero Market EP (Etienne mix)
Zero Market EP (Etienne mix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Eya
Cat: EYA 009. Rel: 11 May 20
  1. Silver Needle,Golden Pain (4:47)
  2. Noctivagant (5:49)
  3. Horiy Spokiy (5:49)
  4. Noctivagant (Etienne remix) (6:30)
Review: The heat just keeps coming from the EYA camp as they swiftly follow up LONEWOLF 003 with this crucial care package from Kiev's Zolaa. Moody atmospheres abound on the stripped and stalking electro opener "Silver Needle, Golden Pain" before giving way to the decidedly cheekier acid snapper "Noctivagant". "Horiy Spokiy" broadens the remit of the record too, taking on a widescreen sound that takes in rich layers of melodic counterpoint to create a vivid soundscape that still kicks in all the right places. Then Etienne drops in a remix for the B2 which shakes things up with some breezy, feel good chords to counteract the punchy thrust of the drums.
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Played by: Billy Nasty, Subb-an
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The Man With The Red Face
Cat: F 119/1370119130. Rel: 21 Sep 00
  1. The Man With The Red Face (original mix)
  2. The Man With The Red Face (Svek remix)
  3. The Man With The Red Face (Funk D Void remix)
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WHYT 030
WHYT 030 (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: WHYT 030. Rel: 27 May 20
  1. In The Core (5:45)
  2. Solar Flare (4:56)
  3. Mirage Of Spiral Wavelengths (5:40)
  4. Flux (4:19)
  5. Velvet Dome Of Becoming (3:33)
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Technological Singularity
Cat: HZS 03. Rel: 18 May 20
  1. Quantum Computing (5:36)
  2. Robots In Rage (4:42)
  3. A Machine Will Never Do X (4:55)
  4. F#UK The World To The Core (7:32)
Review: Swiss producer Dan Piu is a true techno veteran, with an expansive catalogue that reaches back to the early '90s. His return to form in recent years has been a delight, with classic tracks and new productions alike resurfacing for a new generation of heads to fawn over. Following recent drops on Childhood Intelligence, Ovnie and Common Dreams, Piu rocks up to Hizou Deep Rooted Music with some stellar machine musings. "Quantum Computing" is a warm and soulful house groover with rich layers of synth work at its core, while "Robots In Rage" takes a more angular approach with skittering techno rhythms and plenty of analogue synth wriggles. "A Machine Will Never Do X" is pristine electro, and "F#UK The World To The Core" completes the set with a sumptuous ambient techno trip oozing sophistication and vintage atmospheres in equal measure.
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PALINOIALTD 001
Cat: PALINOIALTD 001. Rel: 17 Apr 20
  1. Donato Dozzy - "Aquatica" (5:46)
  2. Eric Cloutier - "Ekpyrosis" (6:24)
Review: Eric Cloutier has decided to launch a new offshoot to his consistently impressive Palinoia label. The basic idea seems to be limited edition EPs featuring tried-and-tested club cuts from like-minded machine abusers. To begin this sub-label debut in style, he offers up a killer cut from pal Donato Dozzy that's as hypnotic and mind-altering as you'd expect. Built around a rock solid kick-drum pattern, hissing cymbals and a deep bassline, "Aquatica" is sparse, unearthly and intoxicating, with trippy noises, metallic electronics and watery sounds bubbling across the sound space. Cloutier takes over on side B with "Ekpyrosis", a thrusting, muscular mixture of locked-in grooves, faintly foreboding psychedelic acid motifs and the kind of swelling chords that make your synapses snap.
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Atlas
Atlas (1-sided 12")
Cat: ZEN 12541. Rel: 03 Apr 20
  1. Atlas (7:24)
Review: Belfast boys Bicep have been surprisingly quiet of late, with this single-sided salvo marking their first new music since 2018. Apparently inspired by their globe-trotting DJ experiences of the past couple of years, the track is as vibrant, colourful and emotive as you'd expect, with the Northern Irish duo layering glistening, ear-catching synthesizer lead lines, drifting vocal samples, sunrise-ready pads and tweaked electronics atop a loose-limbed, breakbeat-influenced rhythm and rumbling bass. It's perhaps not as in-your-face as some of their releases, but it certainly boasts great dancefloor weight, as well as a blend of musical elements that tends towards the loved-up and glassy-eyed.
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Silverlining Dubs (x) (Silverlining mix)
  1. Arctor & Jay Hill - "Mercurial" (Silverlining remix) (9:30)
  2. Ravi McArthur - "Here & Now" (Silverlining remix) (7:08)
  3. Spook In The House - "Conspiracy" (6:14)
Review: Silverlining keeps up the pressure with his flawless series, hitting the tenth release in style with this batch of remixes he's sprinkled some metallic underground house magic over. First up is Arctor & Jay Hill's "Mercurial", which gets given a cavernous rub down, as brittle but mightily groovy percussion pirouettes around dubby inflections, whispered atmospherics and more besides. Ravi McArthur's "Here & Now" takes on a '90s tint as a killer phased lead hook and woozy pads bring the wiggle to Rizvi's limber deep house rhythm structure. "Conspiracy" by Spook In The House completes the set with a fractured ping into more experimental territory that sports a serious whiff of Stasis-esque psychedelia in its genetic make up.
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Played by: Carlo Gambino, Jay Hill
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Goddesses Of Inspiration II
Goddesses Of Inspiration II (transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: FLR 012. Rel: 08 Jun 15
  1. Urania (The Muse Of Astrology)
  2. Erato (The Muse Of Love Poetry)
  3. Euterpe (The Muse Of Flutes & Lyrical Poetry)
  4. Euterpe (The Muse Of Flutes & Lyrical Poetry)
Review: 18 months after Perseus Traxx brought Flight Recorder his first E.P, dedicated to four of the nine Muses of ancient Greece, the label now ushers in the second instalment dedicated to four more Muses, on Goddesses Of Inspiration II. The feel is the same as before with jagged cutting tones jammed live then edited down. Heavy synths and scattered drums perform an ode characterising the appropriate Muses, as tangled wires and a pair of hands wrench the overload of inspiration they give from basic machines. Once again Perseus' release on Flight Recorder is a unique set of acid-free sonic experiments, that sometimes feel as cold and edgy, as they do warm and carefree.
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Played by: Developer, Rogér, Iron Blu
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The Man Machine
Cat: ZCAP 163021/CAPI 16302. Rel: 15 Dec 90
  1. The Robots
  2. Spacelab
  3. Metropolis
  4. The Model
  5. Neon Lights
  6. The Man Machine
Review: 'The Man-Machine' is closer to the sound and style that would define early new wave electro-pop. Less minimalistic in its arrangements and more complex and danceable in its underlying rhythms. Like its predecessor, 'Trans-Europe Express', there is the feel of a divided concept album, with some songs devoted to science fiction-esque links between humans and technology, often with electronically processed vocals ("The Robots," "Spacelab," and the title track); others take the glamour of urbanization as their subject ("Neon Lights" and "Metropolis"). Plus, there's "The Model," a character sketch that falls under the latter category but takes a more cynical view of the title character's glamorous lifestyle. More pop-oriented than any of their previous work, the sound of 'The Man-Machine' in particular among Kraftwerk's oeuvre had a tremendous impact on the cold, robotic synth pop of artists like Gary Numan, as well as Britain's later new-romantic movement.
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Formula EP
Formula EP (12")
Cat: FIT 025. Rel: 27 May 20
  1. Exist On (7:01)
  2. Formula (5:23)
  3. Wayne County Stomp (4:19)
Review: After five years of on-off collaborations and side projects, Aaron 'FIT' Siegel has finally got round to making a new solo record. It's rather good, with startling A-side "Exist On" delivering a brilliant blend of breakbeat-driven turn of the '90s grooves, chunky bass, ultra-dreamy chords and the kind of bleeping top-end melodies more readily associated with the early releases of Warp Records. Title track "Formula" moves even further towards bleep techno territory via deep space chords, thumping techno beats, Kraftwerkian lead lines and the kind of distorted analogue bass found on LIES releases, while "Wayne County Stomp" sounds like a mutated, mind-altering cover of Steve Poindexter's "Computer Madness".
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20
20 (12")
Cat: TRUNCATE 20. Rel: 11 May 20
  1. Repeat (5:51)
  2. Repeat (Luis Flores remix) (6:14)
  3. El Sonido (4:37)
  4. El Sonido (No Vox) (4:39)
Review: Number 20 drops on Truncate and plunges us back into a world of chiseled, deadly serious techno. "Repeat" opens things up with some slowly modulating themes that teasingly evolve from veiled threat to clear and present danger. Luis Flores takes on a remix of the track that adds some industrial heft to the rhythm section and leaves a generous dose of white noise debris in its wake. "El Sonido" is a wound up jacker dreaming of peak time - a tight but swinging groove bringing the funk and end of the world interplay between the nervy synth line and the displaced vocal snippets. There's also a "No Vox" version of the track if that voice doesn't do it for you.
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Played by: S-File
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Workaround
Cat: PAN 106. Rel: 11 Feb 20
  1. Workaround 1 (3:38)
  2. Workaround 2 (4:22)
  3. Workaround 3 (4:25)
  4. Workaround 4 (5:48)
  5. Workaround 5 (1:39)
  6. Clouds Strum (1:18)
  7. Workaround 6 (3:24)
  8. Workaround 7 (1:26)
  9. Workaround 8 (3:16)
  10. Workaround 9 (4:23)
  11. Square Fifths (1:21)
  12. Workaround Bass (4:31)
  13. Pause (0:59)
  14. Workaround 10 (1:12)
Review: It's been a long time coming, but finally Beatrice Dillon has delivered her debut album - and it's a peach. It sees her "Workaround" a set rhythmic idea - 150 BPM percussive polyrhythms influenced by various global drumming styles - to create a suite of tracks rooted in bass-heavy UK style "broken techno" but vastly different in tone and style. Thanks to a range of impressive guest musicians (techno experimentalists Batu and Laurel Halo both contributed alongside veteran jazz players, one of Britain's best bhangra drummers and a cellist), there's a fantastic hybrid electronic/acoustic vibe throughout, with Dillon's experimental instincts combining with her grasp of mood and melody to create a suite of impossible-to-pigeonhole tracks that genuinely sound like nothing else around. In a word: superb
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Played by: Andy garvey
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ORKL 0114 Series 03
ORKL 0114 Series 03 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ORKL 011403. Rel: 27 May 20
  1. Track 1 (6:25)
  2. Track 2 (5:41)
  3. Track 3 (4:53)
  4. Track 4 (5:51)
Review: Die Orakel's superb "0114 Series" - a trilogy of 12" singles from Frankfurt artists paying tribute to the turn-of-the-90s Bleep & Bass sound of the Steel City - concludes via a suitably bass-heavy four-tracker from Koga. It's not pure Yorkshire bleep by any means, but the untitled tracks certainly include many knowing nods to the style (think deep and weighty sub-bass, alien electronics and an intoxicating, sci-fi fired late-night mood. Interestingly, Koga's extensive use of breakbeats throughout is perhaps closer in tone to the "Bleep and Breaks" sound that sprung up in London from early 1990 onwards, though the boldness of the bass is thoroughly in keeping with the aesthetics of Warp's early Rob Gordon-mastered releases. Either way, all four cuts are superb, whether or not you're a bleep aficionado.
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Needs 007
Needs 007 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NNFP 007. Rel: 11 May 20
  1. Telephones - "Groundshaker/Lightbreaker" (Pulse mix) (7:46)
  2. Ciel - "Faye Wong Plays The Strings" (6:19)
  3. Al Wootton - "Raphael" (5:44)
  4. Eliphino - "It's Hard To Say" (5:52)
Review: Charitable acts carry more significance than ever right now, and Needs are on hand with another instalment in their brilliantly curated series to give something to those in need while also presenting some wonderful, exclusive music. This one leads in with a truly uplifting blast of sunshine from Telephones before dropping into the edgy, swinging tech-funk of Ciel's "Faye Wong Plays The Strings". Al Wootton is on point with another of his fresh and dynamic twists on the soundsystem blueprint, with a dubby, percussive vibe that should appeal to those who miss proper dubstep. Eliphino completes the set with a squashed and feverish garage thumper that sounds like it has an iconic vocalist chopped up somewhere in the signal chain.







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A Passing Of Time
A Passing Of Time (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: UMHS 13. Rel: 24 Jun 19
  1. Beyond Good & Evil (6:13)
  2. FM Joy (7:01)
  3. Eye Ache (6:06)
Review: With previous releases from some of the top heads of the electronic spectrum, including Leif, Steevio, Arnaldo and more, the imprint UntilMyHeartStops returns with its latest release, this time for mysterious producer Ekeko. Rich analog tape waves sit nicely beside thick 909 rhythmic elements throughout this killer three tracker. The title track "Beyond Good & Evil" starts things of with strong spirit, taking pulsations of warping synths and balancing them with hazy club driven patterns. This theme continues through "FM Joy" and "Eye Ache" but with a wider focus on the dubbier elements of the electro and house spectrum.




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Played by: Leif, M50
 in stock $1.02
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Sunflower
Sunflower (heavyweight vinyl 12" 再出版)
Cat: LFT 006. Rel: 26 May 20
  1. Sunflower (6:38)
  2. Hidden Worlds (5:41)
  3. Switchblade (5:09)
  4. Leaving Tokyo (4:19)
Played by: CHIRAYA
 in stock $11.30
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Liquid Shards
Liquid Shards (purple marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: RYCL 012. Rel: 11 May 20
  1. Deniro - "Shards" (6:14)
  2. Deniro - "Static" (5:04)
  3. Rene Wise - "Liquid Dancer" (5:25)
  4. Rene Wise - "Juggler" (5:40)
 in stock $10.03
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The Second Siren
The Second Siren (2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: PERSEPHONICSIRENS 06. Rel: 26 May 20
  1. Sur La Maladie (part 1) (9:39)
  2. Die Unzeitgemassen (Sur La Maladie Part 2) (8:09)
  3. Outrage Priorities (5:10)
  4. A Revelation Of Nothingness - Downwards (part 1) (2:43)
  5. Waiting For Ayin (7:31)
  6. Time Is A Child Playing With Virtues (4:46)
  7. The Revelation Of Nothingness - The Dream (part 2) (4:17)
Review: Rather unhelpfully, there's not much we can tell you about The Loud Age, other than this is the publicity-shy artist's debut album. But whoever is behind the project, "The Second Siren" is well worth a listen. It draws influence from fuzzy and metallic '80s industrial music, EBM, new beat, techno and trance, delivering a string of club-ready cuts and drowsy ambient interludes peppered with off-kilter loops, clandestine chords, bold melodies and unsettling aural textures. Our picks include the warped, mind-altering industrial techno stomp of "Waiting For Ayin", the two-part ambient piece "A Revelation Of Nothingness" (which comes complete with whispered spoken word vocals), and the throbbing, trance-inducing opener "Sur La Maladie (Part 1)".
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 in stock $19.52
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Devils Juice
  1. Serge (4:56)
  2. Devils Juice (4:45)
  3. Northsea (4:52)
  4. Klagin (4:22)
Played by: Evan Michael
 in stock $10.53
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Body Changes Are Natural EP
  1. Niki Istrefi - "No Ordinary Love" (7:40)
  2. Niki Istrefi & Anetha - "One More Cartoon, Please" (6:12)
  3. Hadone & Anetha - "4pm Snacks" (6:09)
  4. Hadone - "Hiding My Machine" (5:42)
Review: Like its predecessor, the quietly confident "Don't Rush To Grow Up" EP, this second single from Anetha's Mama Told Ya label is a multi-artist extravaganza. Niki Istrefi handles side A, first offering up an insanely fast and weighty techno stomper full of minor key melodies and galloping drums ("No Ordinary Love"), before joining forces with Anetha for the hypnotic techno-meets-trance thrust of "One More Cartoon, Please". Side B belongs to Hadone. The Brussels-based DJ presents two ear-catching workouts: a solo voyage through high-octane IDM/electro pastures entitled "Hiding My Machine", and a clandestine, trance-inducing techno workout made alongside Anetha rich in alien electronics, thrusting arpeggio bass and skittish drums ("4pm Snacks").
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Struktur
Struktur (hand-stamped 12" 再出版)
Cat: ITX 07. Rel: 21 Apr 20
  1. Djrum - "Untitled 9" (10:15)
  2. Struction - "Don't Blame" (6:28)
  3. Struction - "Strukture" (4:56)
Review: With this release, the Zenker Brothers' Ilian Tape label has delivered something of a curveball. It sees experimental D&B producer and all round bass head Djrum join the party, sharing space with unknown quantity Struction. Djrum begins with broken techno gem "Untitled 9", cutting up sweaty broken beats, heavy basslines and deep techno electronics. On the flip, we are treated to the sounds of Struction, combining punchy breakbeats with ambient-influenced electronics on the rolling "Don't Blame", before moving further towards beat-less, end-of-night territory with the acid-flecked trip that is "Struktur".
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 in stock $10.03
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Refuse To Conform EP
Cat: WU 62. Rel: 08 May 20
  1. Killing Vector (5:28)
  2. Crypto (5:33)
  3. Processed For Use (5:45)
  4. Refuse To Conform (5:32)
 in stock $8.99
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Underworld
Underworld (12")
Cat: SMR 27. Rel: 18 May 20
  1. Underworld (feat Nauel) (7:49)
  2. Underworld (feat Nauel - Lost Desert remix) (6:38)
  3. Underworld (feat Nauel - Volen Sertin remix) (7:57)
  4. Naturae (8:37)
Review: Last year Nacho Varela and Cruz Vittor debuted on All Day I Dream via "Have A Name", a warm and melodious chunk of deep house/tech-house fusion that ended up on the label's excellent "Summer Sampler" compilation. This single is therefore their debut "proper", with the similarly inclined titled track "Underworld" - all wavy male vocals, crispy tech house beats, gorgeous chords and summer breeze melodies - being accompanied by two remixes and even more picturesque and string-drenched bonus cut "Naturae". The reworks come courtesy of labelmate Lost Desert, who beefs up the beats and gives the track a more enveloping feel, and Volen Sertin. That version is bigger, beefier and a little bolder, too, with echoing percussion hits and even toastier musical elements riding a chunky house groove.
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 in stock $10.79
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Exploration EP (Battle Rework, Bleak Remix, ASOK Remix)
  1. Blackhall & Bookless - "Links" (Battle rework)
  2. Blackhall & Bookless - "Links" (Bleak remix)
  3. Chad - "Afters"
  4. Chad - "Afters" (ASOK remix)
Review: Three years in, Blackhall & Bookless' Jaunt label is becoming a serious force for forward thinking, fractured techno exploration. On this split EP with Chad, the duo take the A-side and present two different versions of "Links". The "Battle rework" is a tense and dramatic tumble through dub techno soundscapes, while the "Bleak remix" pares the elements down to a more focused, minimalist thrum. Chad presents a wholly different vibe on the flip, using rich, warm synthesiser tones to draw you in to "Afters", and then Scenery regular ASOK takes up remix duties on the track with an immersive version that borders on breakbeat.
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 in stock $1.02
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Isophlux X Libertine
Isophlux X Libertine (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ISOXLIB. Rel: 06 May 20
  1. Gosub - "Static Stabs" (5:22)
  2. Z 28 - "World In Deconstruction" (6:11)
  3. Diablo Source - "Automatic Voice" (3:43)
  4. Gosub - "Love Balls" (8:18)
  5. Diablo Source - "In Your Soul" (3:18)
Review: This record is a special coming together of the legendary Isophlux label and Libertine Records for five tracks of previously unreleased electro and techno gold. They come from deep within the vaults on some old DATs as unearthed by Gosub and he opens things up with the icy and glistening electro fizzer, "Static Stabs." He also offers up "Love Balls", which is a more pensive and spacious deep electro cut with lush chords draped over slippery beats. Elsewhere there is the freaky late night funk of Diablo Source's "In Your Soul" and retro tinged "Automatic Voice" helping to make this a timeless traversing of these futurist styles.
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 in stock $15.93
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Paerels II
VARIOUS
Paerels II (clear vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: NOUS 018. Rel: 22 May 20
  1. Mattheis - "Prism1" (Tidal Fields version) (3:52)
  2. Ben Buitendijk - "Timetraveler" (7:22)
  3. Koraal - "Vuurduin" (7:00)
  4. Amandra - "Falbala" (6:58)
  5. Konduku - "Spiracle" (6:11)
  6. Riks & Rouz - "Te Vroeg Gepiekt" (5:59)
  7. Sistema Di Prede - "Jaxi" (5:31)
  8. Melatonin Man - "Spelzer" (6:29)
  9. Philou Louzolo - "Samarou" (4:52)
  10. Upsammy - "Tasting Textures" (4:50)
  11. Lawrence Le Doux - "Horizon" (7:40)
  12. Eversines - "Draem" (5:11)
Played by: Zukas, MUSAR Recordings
 in stock $28.53
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1996
1996 (12" + insert)
Cat: EAR 028. Rel: 22 May 20
  1. Abraxas (6:45)
  2. Aerial (8:32)
  3. Logical Grooves 1 (4:53)
  4. Barogue (8:39)
 in stock $11.57
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Precise Daily Rhythm 94-98 (reissue)
Cat: SHRR 04. Rel: 06 May 20
  1. Make A Move (8:07)
  2. Short Change (6:19)
  3. D-Cyfer (6:29)
  4. Armadillo (5:44)
  5. Millenium (8:22)
  6. Illuminate (5:39)
  7. Sonoluminescence (6:09)
  8. Wired Moon (5:37)
Review: Those who keep tabs on these things tell us that Andy Jones' first 12" as Makers Of Movement, 1997's "The Moving House E.P", now fetches silly money online. Seven Hills spotted this too, so have bundled a licensed reissue of that EP (record one of this essential double-pack) with a disc containing previously unreleased tunes recorded during the same period (1994-98). It's a great collection of overlooked UK techno all told, with highlights including the sub-heavy, Bleep-meets-futurist tech-house brilliance of "Make A Move", the pulsating, similarly Bleep-influenced thrust of "D-Cyfer" and the bombastic, up-and-at-'em bustle of "Sonoluminescence". In other words, it's packed to the rafters with timeless club cuts from one of the UK's lesser-known techno producers.
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 in stock $25.18
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Digitalis Purpurea EP
Digitalis Purpurea EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SORN 003. Rel: 25 Jan 16
  1. Digitalis Purpurea (4:17)
  2. Digitalis Purpurea (Ikpathua & Paterson remix) (7:39)
  3. Friends (5:20)
  4. Odzala-Kokoua (4:50)
Review: "Following up on the excellent 'Stabbed in Konya' EP for Peur Bleue, SORN welcomes Gohan to the fold. Three tracks of dystopian techno for the heads, plus a Boddika-esque remix from newcomers Ikpathua & Paterson. Recommended."
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Played by: Ikpathua, Paterson
 in stock $1.02
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Fear Enough
Cat: KAOS 05. Rel: 24 Apr 20
  1. U R Trax - "Folge Mir" (5:52)
  2. PEARL - "Poor Lord" (5:35)
  3. DIMI - "Face Down" (6:11)
  4. Onscreenactor - "Tachi" (7:33)
 in stock $9.51
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Paradise City Breakers EP
Cat: DISCARDED 104. Rel: 18 May 20
  1. Andromeda Is A Lie (6:40)
  2. The Pacman Effect (6:02)
  3. I've Seen The World (7:00)
  4. Paradise City Breakers (6:14)
 in stock $11.82
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Exit Planet Earth: Carbon
Exit Planet Earth: Carbon (140 gram vinyl 12" in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: EPE 01. Rel: 30 Mar 20
  1. The Hacker - "Positif/Negatif" (6:36)
  2. 214 - "Testy Robot" (5:53)
  3. Reedale Rise - "Lux" (5:51)
  4. Derek Carr - "The Gap" (6:22)
Review: 20/20 Vision have firmly gaffa taped their flag to the electro antennae with "Exit Planet Earth", a new compilation series celebrating veterans and newcomers in the business of tweaked out machine funk. The Hacker is up first with "Positif/Negatif", a rubbery, FX-laden workout with plenty of uneasy space around the core rhythm section. 214 follows up with the decidedly creepy, sound design-embellished "Testy Robot". On the flip Reedale Rise brings something a bit livelier with the plush synth flex pinging through "Lux". Derek Carr completes the set with "The Gap", a lush slice of melancholic machine dreaming for mellower moments.
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 in stock $10.27
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Post Humain EP (warehouse find)
Cat: SAT 028. Rel: 17 Sep 05
  1. POW
  2. Biological Entity
  3. Delinkant
  4. The Zeta Reticuli Incident
Review: 2005 Umwelt classic.
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 in stock $6.15
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The Director's Cut Chapter 6
The Director's Cut Chapter 6 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: AX 084DC. Rel: 04 Dec 19
  1. The Bells (4:48)
  2. The Bells (Blue Potential version) (5:02)
  3. The Homosapien Sapiens (2:46)
Review: For the latest volume in his ongoing retrospective series "The Director's Cut", Jeff Mills has decided to offer us another chance to own his most iconic and celebrated track, "The Bells". All techno heads should know the 1996 original version that kicks off the EP, but if you don't, it's a stomping, heavily percussive romp rich in looped synth stabs and chiming melodies. Here it comes accompanied by the stunning version found on the "Blue Potential" DVD, in which Mills performed live with Montpellier Philharmonic Orchestra), and bonus cut "The Homosapien Sapiens", which appears to be a previously unreleased cut. While of interest, it's the version of "The Bells" that make the EP an essential purchase.
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