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Shortwave Memories
Cat: BIO 36LP. Rel: 20 Jan 22
  1. Tanss (6:43)
  2. Interval Signal (5:25)
  3. Night Shift (6:04)
  4. Formanta (4:16)
  5. Shortwave Memories (5:52)
  6. Infinium (10:50)
  7. Shruthi-12 (8:51)
  8. Transfigured Express (9:10)
Review: After a run of reissues and a boundary-blurring fusion of classical music and electronica (January 2021's Angel's Flight), Norwegian ambient veteran Geir Jennsen AKA Biosphere has gone back to basics on Shortwave Memories. Ditching software and computers for analogue synths, drum machines and effects units, Jennsen has delivered album that he claims was inspired by the post-punk era electronics of Daniel Miller and Matin Hannett, but instead sounds like a new, less dancefloor-conscious take on the hybrid ambient/techno sound he was famous for in the early 1990s. The results are uniformly brilliant, making this one of the Norwegian trailblazer's most alluring and sonically comforting albums for decades.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $25.94
Fragments Of Reality Vol 1
Fragments Of Reality Vol 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FOR 01. Rel: 24 Jan 22
  1. Voigtmann - "Automatic Chemistry"
  2. Priori - "Receptivity"
  3. D&S - "Expulsion"
  4. Rupert Marnie - "Drifter"
Review: 20/20 Vision are proud to present 'Fragments Of Reality' - a brand new label homing in on tripped out shades of house and techno curated by Luther Vine (Phonica Records).

The opening track comes from London underground circuits' stalwart and the Fabric resident Voigtmann. The owner of Subsequent, the label that in itself over the last couple of years has broken a lot of new ground , delivers a big room bomb. 'Automatic Chemistry' will soak you in pulsating baselines and acid tinged minimalist breaks.

'Receptivity' jolts you in an altogether different direction.

The track that comes to you courtesy of Montreal-based multi-instrumentalist Priori is a tripped out soundscape of kaleidoscopic surprises. Yet the lush cascading sounds and pentatonic hints demand a delirious limb movement from even the most reserved of listeners. The magic that Priori brings on board has been shaped by his prior exploits eternalised on highly acclaimed releases for Dust World and NAFF.

Flip the wax ang get a load of 'Expulsion', a throbbing Dub Techno masterpiece crafted by Rotterdam based duo D&S. With a nod to genre's pioneers and echoes of analogue Detroit constantly present the Dutchmen's creation boasts silly concentration of energy begging for a prime-time attention.

The talent also comes with a pedigree. D&S had their stellar work noticed and pressed by Girada Unlimited and Space Shepherd labels to name but a few.

Your new essential record bag filler closes with Rupert Marine's blistering Acid Tech workout entitled 'Drifter'. Fresh jacking grooves that Hamburg based musician packs in this particular production are both airy and tight. Surely it's a track worthy of rave aboard an intergalactic Starship on the merit of it's futuristic brilliance alone.

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Collaboratory EP
  1. PH Project - "Blue Yellow Twist" (7:02)
  2. DMA - "I Can't Be Alone" (6:30)
  3. Pilot System - "Body Dub" (6:56)
  4. Frozilla & TJ - "Ocean Of Existence" (5:35)
Review: Soon as you drop the needle on PH Project's opener 'Blue Yellow Twist' here we guarantee you will be twisting your face in mock disc guts. The bassline is a filthy and old-school gem with organ chord stabs and spoken word snippets adding the irresistible sense of naughty house funk. DMA then bangs the box with cosmic synths and hints of 90s post-rave, Pilot System cruise on a chunky bit of bass-driven house and Frozilla & TJ go deep on far-sighted chords and bubbly bass. This is unpretentious, functional but fun house music from a small but already well-formed label.
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Q Box Remixed (LaFontaine, Octal Industries, Thor & Waage mixes)
Cat: XOZ 010. Rel: 19 Jan 22
  1. Haus I Krukku (6:47)
  2. Attflat (feat Octal) (6:57)
  3. Gegnum Skraargat (10:27)
  4. Spaelt (5:56)
  5. Haus I Krukku (LaFontaine remix) (6:43)
  6. Attfalt (feat Octal - Octal Industries remix) (7:31)
  7. Gegnum Skraargat (Thor remix) (7:52)
  8. Spaelt (Waage remix) (6:22)
Review: Rumbling beat, mindbending dub chord and atmospheric safari by one of the absolute veterans of the Icelandic techno scene. Q-Box was originally released in 1999 on the legendary Thule Records and has since then been one of the ultimate go-to dub techno track for DJs worldwide. Now, 22 years later, the release has been remastered - and to add a little sprinke to the cake we have worthy remixes from some of the mightiest of the current Reykjavik techno scene.
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Memorial (180 gram vinyl 2xLP in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: HYPNUS 032. Rel: 21 Jan 22
  1. Amanda (7:25)
  2. Anton (5:35)
  3. Michel (6:59)
  4. Kajsa (5:48)
  5. Ale (5:37)
  6. Samuel (6:12)
  7. Gustaf (4:38)
  8. Clara (5:15)
  9. Ola (4:45)
 in stock $24.27
Steel City Dance Discs Volume 26
  1. Higher (Steel City Power House) (7:11)
  2. Saint Laurent (6:15)
  3. Picanya 2400 (5:18)
  4. Bosozoku (5:30)
  5. Move Like Vibert (6:21)
Review: Evan Campbell has already delivered some killer club cuts under the Ketamma alias, including solo EPs on Shall Note Fade, G-Town and Homage, and a solid collaborative 12" alongside UK veteran Lone. He's in predictably fine form on this first Steel City Dance Discs outing too, first slamming down some DJ Duke style NYC 'power house' (heavy grooves, soulful vocal samples and addictive piano riffs) on 'Higher (Steel City Power House)', before brilliantly fusing techno and classic house sounds on 'Saint Laurent'. Elsewhere, 'Picanya 2400' is a bouncy, rushing peak-time techno treat, 'Bososoku' is a surging, riff-heavy stomper and 'Move Like Vibert' is a loving, wholehearted tribute to Luke Vibert's bonkers-but-brilliant Wagon Christ project.
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Alan EP
Alan EP (12")
Cat: IT 001. Rel: 20 Jan 22
  1. Alan A (5:03)
  2. Alan B (4:46)
  3. Linton TT (3:31)
Review: Any EP whose artwork has the face of the one and only Alan Partridge on it is ok by us. The titles, too, make reference to Norwich's premier radio personality: 'Alan A' is a breezy house tune with wispy melodies and dubby drums all rolling deep with a humid open air atmosphere. 'Alan B' is a broken beat exploration of cavernous cosmic spaces with gentle new age motifs up high and warped synths down low. The final track, 'Linton TT" is a spaced out cut that sounds like Vangelis making minimal techno. It's hard to imagine the man himself liking it, but we sure do. Cashback.
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Various Artists 2: EP 5
  1. Dax J - "8 Ball" (6:05)
  2. Fractions - "What Doesn't Kill Me" (6:11)
  3. Tred - "Disobediant" (8:22)
  4. LSDXOXO - "Green Inferno" (3:58)
Review: Possession is one of the most important forces in hard techno on a global scale, let alone its home in France, so you sit up and pay attention when one of its releases drops. Here we get a turbo-charged thumper from Dax J, the hard trance touch of Fractions with 'What Doesn't Kill Me', Tred's super speedy but also super deep 'Disobediant', and something more fruity and fun from the ever-incredible LSDXOXO. Physicality remains at the forefront throughout this release, representing the vanguard of uncompromising techno in the current moment and offering up dancefloor firepower you can't argue with.
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Stealth Mission Vol 2
Stealth Mission Vol 2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: STEALTHMISSION 002. Rel: 31 Oct 16
  1. Naked Eye People - "Short Distance" (5:59)
  2. Barrow Boy - "BTB" (Demo mix) (4:39)
  3. Bobby Durst - "Shape Shifting" (5:17)
  4. Mike Storm - "Dark Sight" (Sims JFF edit) (5:02)
Review: Having first surfaced last year with their first various artists release featuring the dearly departed Andreas Gehm, the Stealth Mission label is back with another four-strong salvo of no-nonsense acid, electro and techno. Naked Eye People kicks off proceedings with the punishing jacker "Short Distance" before Barrow Boy whips up a perfect slice of malevolent 303 mischief on "BTB (Demo Mix)". On the B side there's space for a little more reflection with the spacious pings of Bobby Durst's "Shape Shifting" before Mike Storm turns the heat back up on the delightfully unhinged "Dark Sight (Sims JFF Edit)".
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Reconstructed (15th Anniversary Edition)
Cat: SUSH 47/48/49. Rel: 17 Jan 22
  1. Skank (Cobblestone Jazz Reconstruction)
  2. Control (Amorf Reconstruction)
  3. Stabilize (Ion Ludwig Reconstruction)
  4. Control (Steve O'Sullivan Reconstruction)
  5. Dim Dim (Melchior Productions LTD Reconstruction)
  6. Redeem (Soulphiction Reconstruction)
  7. Stabilize (Leonel Castillo Reconstruction)
  8. Stabilize (Mark & Matt Thibideau Reconstruction)
Review: Sushitech presents the last part of its 15th anniversary reissues series. Timeless reworks of Paul St. Hilaire & Rhauder's now classic 2018 release 'Reconstructed', featuring legendary producers such as Rominimal heroes Amorf who provide a typically hypnotic reinterpretation of Control, Dutch minimal house maestro Ion Ludwig retains the dubby elements of the original on his rework of 'Stabilized' and likewise Steve O'Sullivan remains in glacial and cavernous territory on another sublime perspective of 'Control'. Elsewhere, Thomas Melchior serves up a typically arcane venture into the deep on his version of 'Dim Dim', while the much missed Soulphiction provides the perfect majestic backdrop for St. Hilaire's amazing vocals play centre stage on his version of 'Redeem'.
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Chapter One
Cat: BP 062. Rel: 21 Jan 22
  1. Page 1 (6:17)
  2. Page 2 (5:41)
  3. Page 3 (6:06)
  4. Page 4 (5:59)
Review: A maddening new collab EP between James Ruskin and DVS1, 'Chapter One' hears the two famous faces flick through of a lost, prophetic techno tome, each track conveying the various omens and forbidden knowledge found on each page. 'Page 1' blends pitch-shifted, helicoptring stabs with pulsating beats; 'Page 2' sounds off-key alarms and awakens parasympathetic responses; 'Page 3' stims and satiates sax samples into something ever-more sinister; while the arpeggiating relief of 'Page 4' bloops away into the foreground like an electronic rainmaker. A thoroughly impressive 25th birthday celebration for the Blueprint Records heads.
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Secret Garden
Secret Garden (limited coloured vinyl LP)
Cat: ZIQ 438. Rel: 21 Jan 22
  1. Jynxiq (6:04)
  2. Unheard Melodies (4:15)
  3. Hi Jynx (6:53)
  4. Loss (6:02)
  5. The Ballad Of Darth Vader (2:59)
  6. Afternoon Sunshine (6:02)
  7. Cocker Boo (3:02)
  8. Philip Steak (3:12)
  9. Hulo (3:05)
  10. The Secret Garden (4:41)
If you don't know the name u-Ziq by now then you've not been paying enough attention. Also referred to as Mike Paradinas, he's the guy in charge of inimitable UK label Planet Mu, which has been at the forefront of audibly varied dance music since 1995 that remains as close to IDM as you get in today's age.

That trend continues on this collaborative effort with past Mu signing Hanna Davidson, or Mrs Jynx. A record that was created as part of a therapeutic healing process in spring 2021, a time when both artists were dealing not just with the wight of a pandemic but, more significantly, for them, deep personal grief and profound loss, the result is a melodic masterpiece, an opiate opus of deep dive rhythms and noises.
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2000 & Something
2000 & Something (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LONEWOLF 007. Rel: 10 Jan 22
  1. 2000 & Something (8:23)
  2. Third Wave (5:23)
  3. 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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Destination Unknown
Destination Unknown (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: GRFF 007. Rel: 24 Jan 22
  1. Abduction (5:33)
  2. Wireless Talk (5:24)
  3. Xtra D (6:59)
  4. Pattern Recognition (4:51)
Review: Slapping up-down tech house via techno from Lviv producer AC130. His debut for the Parisian label Griffe records - 'Destination Unknown', which came out last year - now sees a few more copies hit our shelves. We're bowled over by the Todd Terry-like swing on the A, 'Abduction', while the techier, bell-chimingly charming tones of 'Wireless Talk' and 'Xtra D' zap us with surplus energy, leaving us with a boundless motivation to dance by the time the EP's coldwavey sci-fi closer, 'Pattern Recognition', rolls around.
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Irak (12")
Cat: BNR 193. Rel: 27 Nov 19
  1. Irak (4:57)
  2. Doschitai (4:45)
  3. Two Girls (5:34)
  4. 999999999 (5:47)
Played by: Jerome Hill
 in stock $9.48
Storm EP
Storm EP (12")
Cat: WWM 010. Rel: 19 Jan 22
  1. Storm (6:54)
  2. Roosblom (7:22)
  3. Toevlug (7:08)
  4. Skarrel (7:22)
Review: Vladimir Gnatenko submerges you fathoms below the surface here with his beautifully deep, dreamy, trance-y take on techno for this new EP on Where We Met. The Kyiv artist opens with 'Storm,' an emotional track with warm but heavy grooves and none synths that drift about like fireflies around a cosmic campfire. 'Roosblom' is a little more dystopian but still has those succulent drum and bass combos with more exquisitely deft synth motifs. 'Toevlug' is like a techno lava lamp with smooth broken beats and deep space pads. Closer 'Skarrel' is a real mind melter with subtle acid and punchy drum work that is all about losing yourself on the dance floor at 4 am. Sensational.
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Played by: Jane Fitz
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Original Broadcast (reissue)
Cat: PBXC 230. Rel: 25 Jan 22
  1. Art Of Illusion (6:09)
  2. Universes (4:17)
  3. Nightmare (dub) (3:15)
  4. Nightmare (6:27)
  5. Infinity (7:05)
  6. Optaphonic Opera (3:23)
  7. Journey's (dub) (4:03)
  8. The Future (7:13)
Review: ALIEN FM / RELEASED 1995 ......definitive original broadcast double LP From the minds of Keith Tucker and Blak Tony 430 West records / Direct Beat were pushing the Detroit techno and electro sound to new heights with the original members of Aux88 doing aliases from every member this gem is no exception. Keith Tuckers and Blak Tony's work from the early nineties are master classes on the art of doing something different conceptually and musically. Electronic vocals on this lp. are classic as Tucker and Tony show from the start with the Art of illusion.......and nightmare. Pulsating arps and infectious bass lines round out the first two sides. Side two Infinity and Optaphonic Opera gives you a window into the styles of what was to come from Optic Nerve. Keith Tuckers solo project. This double LP has been sought after for a very long time.......
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Beneath EP
Cat: MM 016. Rel: 08 Dec 21
  1. This Music Here (6:15)
  2. The Gutter (6:18)
  3. Euphoric (7:06)
Review: Detroit veteran Delano Smith returns on his Mixmode imprint for more of his singular style of dubby bass-driven house, with a smattering of innate soulfulness. Three sturdy tracks are featured on the Beneath EP: from the haunting back room dub of 'This Music Here' which is absolutely geared for those heads-down moments, and more basement vibes abound as heard on the hypnotic locomotive stomp of 'The Gutter', while over on the flip things end on a slightly more optimistic note with the swing-fuelled deepness of 'Euphoric'.
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Various Artists 2: EP 4
  1. Randomer - "Shiver" (5:28)
  2. Somniac One - "Midnight Intruder" (7:24)
  3. Charlie Sparks - "Exploited" (6:42)
  4. Vizionn - "Dream" (6:47)
Review: There's no stopping Possession when they get on a roll, and so their second various artists series reaches release number four with another grip of devastating techno bombs for the harder floors of the world. Randomer is up first, throwing down the hard trance-licked thumper 'Shiver' before Somniac One's subtly dreamy beast 'Midnight Intruder' comes marching into earshot. Charlie Sparks kicks off the flip with an unrelenting hard techno assault before Vizionn brings some hard house sass to bear on 'Dream'. It's a fun and feisty selection which tells you everything you need to know about the current wave of hard dance.
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Advance EP
Cat: PRRUKBLK 067. Rel: 21 Jan 22
  1. Advance (5:50)
  2. We Are All Living In A Yellow Love Parade (5:31)
  3. Neuro (5:37)
  4. Knowledge Is An Open Source (5:34)
 in stock $9.48
Dimensions I
Cat: SUSH 56. Rel: 27 Sep 21
  1. From East To West (feat Soela) (7:11)
  2. Triple Distilled (feat Brawther) (6:05)
  3. Take It (feat Ben Buitendijk) (6:30)
  4. Spirit Funk (feat Thomas Melchior) (6:08)
  5. Dark At Five (feat SIT) (7:35)
  6. Just One More Thing (feat Lawrence) (6:52)
  7. Interference (feat Christopher Ledger) (6:52)
  8. Closer (feat Ricardo Villalobos) (7:45)
Review: Steve O'Sullivan has been a prolific collaborator around the deep techno and minimal scene for a long time now, and he really hammers that point home with this expansive new project on Sushitech. Across eight tracks, the Mosaic maestro teams up with artists ranging from premier league titans like Ricardo Villalobos and Brawther through to emergent talents such as Soela and Ben Buitendijk. Each guest artist brings their particular slant to their track, but O'Sullivan's overarching deepness is the glue that binds the release together in a swirl of dubby pads. The results are consistently classy, but you knew that already right?
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Rayhana (12" + insert)
Cat: DT 001. Rel: 21 Jan 22
  1. Rayhana (5:19)
  2. Dark Lavis (5:11)
  3. 5G Bats (4:28)
Review: Following a fine run of releases on Timedance a few years back, polyrhythmic techno king Samuel Smith has decided to strike out on his own. The talented producer's first single since 2018 is genuinely brilliant, with Smith first serving up a hot-stepping, dancehall and bhangra-influenced monster (the soon-to-be-everywhere 'Rayhana', where looped vocal samples, sweat-soaked drums and weighty bass catch the ear), before wrapping exotic, psychedelic, Indian-sounding lead lines around a rumbling broken techno groove on 'Dark Lavis'. Smith rounds off a superb EP with '5g Beats', a hard-to-pigeonhole drum workout peppered with stuttering vocal snippets, fractured electronics and 8-bit bleeps. In a word: terrific!
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124 (180 gram vinyl 12" with obi-strip)
Cat: TRESOR 332. Rel: 20 Dec 21
  1. Messy Kafka World (5:23)
  2. Synthi Chase (5:19)
  3. Wooden Dolls Don't Cry (6:06)
  4. Cassiopea 36 (6:33)
Review: By now, we should all know exactly what to expect from Italian techno veteran Donato Dozzy, namely robust, forthright cuts that combine intoxicating and industrial aural textures with impeccable sound design. 124, his latest EP for Tresor, continues in a similar vein. After opening with some slipped tribal textures - the echoing marimba melodies, delay-laden metallic clanks, unsettling atmospherics and sub-heavy grooves of 'Messy Kafka World' - Dozzy flits between buzzing, drum-dominated minimalism ('Synthi Chase'), loopy late-night hypnotism ('Wooden Dolls Don't Cry', where he wrests maximum dancefloor impact from a small selection of sonic elements) and skewed techno psychedelia (the decidedly trippy 'Cassiopeia 36').
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One More Thing
One More Thing (2xLP + insert)
Cat: SND 015. Rel: 20 Jan 22
  1. Last Grooves (7:35)
  2. Hahaha Voices (6:21)
  3. Troope Cafe (8:02)
  4. Singers (8:00)
  5. 22th (7:14)
  6. KY (7:33)
Review: Cult minimalist Fumiya Tanaka last released an album on Perlon in 2019. He now returns with a new collection of precision tool tracks hat have been made by sampling his own sounds from his own DAT tape archive from the 90s. Reconstructing those sounds today in news ways makes for a faultless blend of the old and the new. There are silky, dubby tech house tunes, rich melodic minimal work outs and deep house grooves along the way. This release is the first part of 'One More Thing' with the second part dude later in 2022 as a separate double pack.
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 in stock $25.10
Special Distance
Cat: CO 300004. Rel: 21 Jan 22
  1. Special Distance (6:52)
  2. Werewolf On E (6:35)
  3. Primitive Planet (6:56)
  4. Memory Eraser (6:56)
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Nuclear Waste EP
Cat: IPK 001. Rel: 20 Jan 22
  1. Lonely Ghost (feat clubberplex) (6:09)
  2. Constant Struggle (6:00)
  3. Spider Crab (6:02)
  4. Rural Art (5:01)
 in stock $15.61
Still Slipping
Cat: XL 1188LP. Rel: 13 Aug 21
  1. Dad & Frankie (2:37)
  2. Sparko (feat Herron) (2:14)
  3. Swag (feat Kav, James Massiah & Bathe) (3:55)
  4. Better (feat Lea Sen) (5:10)
  5. Bernard? (3:49)
  6. Runnersz (2:29)
  7. 'Rraine (feat Edna) (3:36)
  8. Glorious Amateurs (3:21)
  9. S Gets Jaded (1:16)
  10. Froth Sipping (3:00)
  11. Layer 6 (4:31)
  12. In Drink (2:52)
  13. Playground (feat Goya Gumbani) (2:55)
  14. 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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Detroit Stab
Cat: REKIDS 195. Rel: 27 Jan 22
  1. Detroit Stab
  2. May Minimal
Review: The last time Josh Wink appeared on REKIDS 15 years ago, it was as a remixer (for the record, he delivered a typically mind-altering rub of Radio Slave's 'Screaming Hands'). This two-tracker is, somewhat surprisingly, his first single for Matt Edwards' imprint, and follows high-profile outings on Bedrock, Drumcode and Ellum Audio. The US veteran hits the ground running on 'Detroit Stab', a loopy chunk of gently warming techno hypnotism marked out by swirling pads, simmering and spacey chords, restless machine drums and - you guessed it - tasty organ stabs. 'May Minimal' is sparse and druggy, with a trippy, constantly evolving lead line winding its way in and out of a jacking drum machine groove and flashes of wonky electronics.
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Mr Jones
Mr Jones (clear vinyl double 12")
Cat: REKIDS 077CLEAR. Rel: 18 Jan 22
  1. Desire (12:37)
  2. Mr Jones (8:09)
  3. Remember (feat Luke Hess) (8:46)
  4. Black White (9:22)
  5. So Wrong (8:53)
  6. Sheer (5:25)
Review: ** REPRESS ALERT ** Russian DJ/producer Nina Kraviz recorded 'Mr Jones' back in 2013 which receives a reissue on REKIDS here on clear double vinyl. A fine collection of sturdy DJ tools, it features the sensual deep house cut 'Desire' featuring her own vocals, the sonar transmissions of 'Remember' which ventures into techno territory in collaboration with Detroit dub techno engineer Luke Hess, as well as the dreamy hypnotic beats of 'Black White' and closing it out with the minimal basement jam 'Sheer'.
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Reconstructed (15th Anniversary Edition)
Cat: SUSH 28R. Rel: 20 Dec 21
  1. Where's Burt? (Delano Smith reconstruction)
  2. Moving Forward (Mike Huckaby reconstruction)
  3. Where's Burt? (Thor reconstruction)
  4. Don't Rush The Dub (Rhauder reconstruction)
  5. Stripped (Exos reconstruction)
Review: This is the last part of Sushitech 15th Anniversary Reissues series: Originally released back in 2013, Steve O'Sullivan Reconstructed inc timeless reworks of legendary acts such as Delano Smith, Mike Huckaby (RIP), Thor, Rhauder and Exos!
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Played by: Vincent Inc
 in stock $22.30
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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Clear (12")
Cat: FAN 216/D 216. Rel: 25 Apr 02
  1. Clear (4:58)
  2. Industrial Lies (6:15)
Review: There's not much that hasn't been said about this amazing electro breadance beauty from Juan Atkins and Richard Davis. Sometime last year it was ripped of by Pharrell and company for Missy Elliot's "Lose Control" and (with the notable exceptions of Kraftwerk, Brian Eno etc.) it's generally been the blueprint for everything techno from '83 onwards. Here we have the original and best version... A must have.
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Bygone Pinnacle EP
Bygone Pinnacle EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ORN 023. Rel: 06 Mar 17
  1. 5.34 AM
  2. Reduit
  3. Grindelwald (Summit edit)
Review: It's early days for Jakob Panthel and his Faune alias, but he more than steps up to the plate as London label Ornate Music invite him to present his vision for immersive, techno tinged deep house. "5.34 AM" is aptly named, the undulating chord pulse at the heart of the track aiming for the woozy hour of the dance before dawn breaks through. "Reduit" is a more sprightly affair, using similar ingredients but pushing a brighter line in synths amidst the raw drums. "Grindewald" meanwhile heads out into more ambient techno territory with its plush pads and snaking arpeggios, soothing the feisty club-ready energy of the previous two tracks.
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Egipet (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: PRIVATEPERSONS 019. Rel: 10 Dec 21
  1. Go People (5:30)
  2. Edu V Egipet (6:01)
  3. Devchonka (5:50)
  4. After Cake (5:26)
  5. Kuliki (3:16)
Review: Releases on the Private Persons label tend to come from the more intense, forthright and lo-fi end of the techno spectrum, though they're frequently funkier and more inventive than you might expect. Label regulars Locked Club specialise in this style, where dark and breathless rhythms are variously combined with nasty-sounding stabs, rave riffs, cut-up samples and galloping, all-action basslines. It's this eccentric, enjoyable style that comes to the fore on the balaclava-clad duo's latest EP. Highlights include the EBM-influenced, warehouse-ready insanity of 'Edu v Epiget', the lo-fi, percussion-laden stomp of 'Go People', the mind-mangling throb-job that is 'After Cake' and the 'rave-era hardcore-reimagined by techno radicals' flex of bonkers closing cut 'Kuliki'.
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Played by: Wes Baggaley
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Open Space 2
Cat: FIGURELP 08. Rel: 24 Jan 22
  1. Earthen Sea - "Gleaming Beach" (3:58)
  2. John Beltran - "Elevate It" (6:04)
  3. Jeremy Wentworth - "Relaxed" (3:26)
  4. Arthur Robert - "Remember Me" (6:35)
  5. KMRU - "In A Distance" (4:11)
  6. The Album Leaf - "MD 10" (4:36)
  7. Len Faki - "Flew Away" (5:34)
  8. Wata Igarashi - "Our Place" (6:13)
  9. Laraaji - "Beloved" (6:00)
  10. Can Love Be Synth - "Marzipan" (5:23)
  11. Biri - "Neverending Celestial Dance" (6:49)
  12. Exos - "Shifting In The East" (4:51)
  13. Future Beat Alliance - "Memory Sketch" (5:20)
  14. Max Cooper - "Contour" (3:10)
Review: Len Faki introduced a completely new compilation series to his label last year with the first edition of The Open Space series, featuring forward-thinking electronica and ambient music that is quite the departure from Figure's usually more dancefloor oriented material. The second edition once again brings together an array of respected producers, who present some of their most emotional compositions to date. Highlights come from: Detroit hi-tech soul legend John Beltran on the evocative deepness of 'Elevate It', KMRU providing a contemplative soundscape to truly lose yourself in on 'In A Distance', Faki himself flips the script and provides a rare downbeat expression on 'Flew Away' and Japanese hypnotic techno merchant Wata Igarashi provides an immersive and glassy-eyed piece titled 'Our Place'
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Detroit EP
Cat: MM 06. Rel: 13 May 21
  1. D-Twah (6:02)
  2. Tour De Troit (5:09)
  3. La Belle Vie (6:03)
  4. 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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Rare & Unreleased Vol 1
Rare & Unreleased Vol 1 (limited hand-numbered hand-stamped 12")
Cat: FP 004. Rel: 09 Dec 21
  1. Artifax (7:54)
  2. Monolife (7:03)
  3. Occassions & Adventures (10:19)
Review: The Fencepiece label will be focused on limited and numbered vinyl releases of rare and unreleased Steve Pickton material under his various pseudonyms, namely Stasis. Featured on the label's next release is some rare material from Pickton under said alias, such as the funky hi-tech soul of 'Artifax' which was originally released in 1992, as was off-kilter downbeat excursion of 'Monolife' (1994). Over on the flip, you've got the deep IDM journey of Occasions & Adventures which like A1 was was recorded in 1992 and has been mastered from the original DAT's. Essential listening.
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Crystal Clear
Crystal Clear (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: OWN 017. Rel: 21 Jan 22
  1. Reach A Climax (5:37)
  2. Weak Spots (6:55)
  3. Cleverest Demon (6:59)
Played by: Evan Michael
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Forbidden Planet EP
Cat: OVNIE 004. Rel: 19 Jan 22
  1. OG Zlatan - "Nissan Skyliner" (7:40)
  2. DMC - "The Big Mac" (7:33)
  3. Bowyer - "Collecting Mice" (6:23)
  4. Matteo - "Beer For My Bear" (6:23)
Review: More multi-artist action from the Ovnie imprint, whose previous compilation style EPs have flitted between styles (think electro, breaks and deep house) while keeping the quality threshold high. This time round, they're on a Detroit-influenced sci-fi techno tip, first offering up the chunky, booming bass, attractive intergalactic melodies and crunchy drums of OG Zlatran's 'Nissan Skyliner', before DMC delivers squelchy acid lines, synthesized fretless bass and far-sighted synth sounds ('The Big Mac'). Bowyer reaches for lo-fi bleeps and fluid tech-funk bass on the surprisingly funky and spacey 'Collecting Mice', which Matteo joins the dots between melodious techno, bleep and early breakbeat hardcore on 'Beer For My Bear'.
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Preamble EP
Cat: RWAY 001. Rel: 29 Nov 21
  1. The Arising Of The Phoenix (In Memory Of Mark Bartissol) (6:38)
  2. Running Out Of Thyme (6:34)
  3. Hey, Rube! (7:02)
  4. Pickled Beets (6:47)
Review: When cult Canadian Akufen (which is, fact fans, a phonetic spelling of acouphene, the French word for tinnitus) releases music, it doesn't hang around long. And it has been that way for decades now. This new one on Ourway will surely keep up that long tradition, offering as it does more timeless house minimalists and studio trickery. 'The Arising Of The Phoenix (In Memory Of Mark Bartissol)' is a deep house groove with heavenly melodic loops that cast your mind free from this world. 'Running Out Of Thyme' offers a wonky, jerking beat to make you move your feet and the pixelated pads of 'Hey, Rube!' bring scintillating texture, while 'Picked Beats' is a darker, dubbier closer.
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Dub EP
Dub EP (white vinyl 12")
Cat: PRRUKDUB 001. Rel: 14 Jan 22
  1. VIII-RE - "Upright" (5:57)
  2. Simone Tavazzi - "Shine" (6:19)
  3. Lenny San - "Extrasolar" (5:36)
  4. Steve Parker - "Voyager 14b" (5:39)
Played by: Philippe Petit
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Osmosis (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: CELTD 008. Rel: 14 Jan 22
  1. Osmosis (4:27)
  2. Sawshark (3:58)
  3. Atlantic Modulation (4:45)
  4. Adamastor (4:24)
Review: Following a run of releases on his own Atlantic Thunder imprint, sometime Creme Organization and Shall Not Fade regular Lake Haze (real name Goncalo Salgado) appears on Cultivated Electronics for the very first time. As analogue-rich and mind-altering as much of his catalogue, the four tracks all sit somewhere between punchy, Drexciya-style electro and bleeping, angular techno. Our picks of the bunch are throbbing, buzzing, electro-not-electro number 'Osmosis' and the deliciously dark and foreboding 'Adamastor', though others may prefer the squelchy TB-303 lines, foreboding electronics, creepy melodies amd bustling electro beats of 'Sawshark'. Either way, it's a terrifically consistent and on-point EP that's well worth checking.
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Played by: Wes Baggaley
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Loving (12")
Cat: PH 113. Rel: 21 Jan 22
  1. Loving (7:23)
  2. Loving (Head High remix) (6:18)
  3. Acid Trifle (6:27)
Played by: Evan Michael, Cromby
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II (limited gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MTR 036LP. Rel: 01 Aug 13
  1. The Mark (interlude)
  2. Bad Kingdom
  3. Versions
  4. Let In The Light
  5. Milk
  6. Therapy
  7. Gita
  8. Clouded (interlude)
  9. Ilona
  10. Damage Done
  11. This Time
Review: Given the hype that surrounded the release of the first Moderat set back in 2009, we can surely expect more of the same for this second outing from Apparat and Modeselektor. Those familiar with the first album's woozy blend of IDM, Thom Yorke indebted vocal dreaminess, porchlight techno and post-dubstep rhythms will immediately feel right at home. Online reviews have focused largely on II's atmospheric warmth, and the way in which the Berlin-based trio seems to have refined their sound. Both are valid critiques; certainly, there's a maturity and musical complexity to the album that betters much of their previous works. It's not much of a dancefloor set, but that's entirely the point; this is locked-in headphone listening for the wide-eyed generation.
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Back To Life
Back To Life (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: LENSKE 018. Rel: 21 Jan 22
  1. Back To Life (5:58)
  2. Dimension (6:04)
  3. Call Me (6:02)
Review: Lokier hails from Mexico with her own hardcore techno sound that is well versed in UK rave culture, industrial and euro-trance. This mega-powerful EP blows the roof right off as soon as it gets going" 'Back To Life' is tense, peak time, fist clinching techno with white noise, stomping drums and electric trance chord work. 'Dimension' then follows up with lashings of acid and more flat-footed drums, then closing out this most brutal aural assault is 'Call Me,' a visceral wall of sound with tortured pads and unrelenting drums.
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1990-1994 (limited 2xLP)
Cat: MNQ 150. Rel: 26 Jan 22
  1. Drugs Work (4:44)
  2. Any Reality Is An Opinion (5:59)
  3. From Psychodelics To Cybernetics (instrumental) (5:19)
  4. Know Time (5:15)
  5. Paralysed Force (Shape Without Form mix) (6:22)
  6. Deadly & Addictive (8:37)
  7. The Pleasure Priciple (5:08)
  8. Mind Sensations (System 01 mix) (6:25)
  9. Victim 34 (4:56)
  10. Take My Soul (7:44)
  11. The Confession (4:41)
  12. Youre Like Me (6:24)
Review: System 01 was the collaboration of Australian-born producer Johnny Klimek and former Clock DVA member Paul Browse, who formed in Berlin in the beginning of the '90s. Their trance-infused electronics was released on NovaMute, Interfisch and Tresor - the latter releasing their Drugs Work LP in 1994. On System 01 1990-1994, Mannequin explores the pair's finest moments across their discography, including their collaboration with Dr Timothy Leary 'From Psychedelics To Cybernetics' (Instrumental), 1990' dark thriller 'Paralyzed Force' and the cheeky, drug-fuelled acid techno anthem 'Mind Sensations' featuring Laurent Garnier and Dr. Motte.
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No Hay Manana
Cat: KAOS VSCQI. Rel: 14 Jan 22
  1. Intro (2:23)
  2. No Hay Manana (7:03)
  3. Danger For You (3:10)
  4. Chasing Highs (6:18)
  5. Player Three (3:03)
Review: Hector Oaks' Kaos label has been busy this year with a steady stream of various artist releases, not to mention an incendiary 12" from u.r.trax. Now comes something different which finds Oaks teaming up with singer Coco Paloma for an EP which reaches beyond the confines of techno into a more pop-oriented direction. There's still plenty of dancefloor bite in 'No Hay Manana (Club Mix)', but it feels like Paloma's voice and lyrics are the focal point of this project. 'Danger For You' sees Oaks slowing his trademark heavy-hitting sound down to frame Paloma's stunning voice in a half-time thump which could well catch a wave and bother the charts. There's more late night action to be enjoyed on 'Chasing Highs' and then 'Player Three' switches things up once again with a pivot between trap and D&B that lands smoother than you might well expect.
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Wormhole Of Time
Wormhole Of Time (2xLP + zine)
Cat: OA 009. Rel: 14 Dec 21
  1. Viva La Differenze! + Razzillian Ruzzodox (6:18)
  2. The Art Of Peace (edit) (6:10)
  3. ZONE (4:30)
  4. Zoat Zingo (5:03)
  5. PROJECTION (5:27)
  6. Theme From The Surreal Estate (6:33)
  7. Untitled (6:21)
  8. Homeworld (edit) (7:16)
  9. Moonlight (5:56)
  10. Bladerunner02 (3:07)
  11. Alt QuadPhunk (5:59)
  12. Marja-Liisa (7:15)
Review: This archival release on Organic Analogue digs back into the prolific '90s period of Swedish techno maverick Jean-Louis Huhta, aka Dungeon Acid. These days he releases on iDEAL, Fit Sound, Borft and Klasse Wrecks, but he cut his techno teeth on labels like Hybrid, Svek and H. Productions. Clad in artwork details by Swedish graffiti legend Nug, Wormhole Of Time comprises unreleased cuts and long out-of-print jams spanning many of Huhta's aliases. The release also comes with a zine featuring photographs and an interview reflecting on Huhta's multifarious life in music.

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Various Artists 2: EP 2
  1. Perc - "Safe As Fuck" (5:47)
  2. Cassie Raptor - "Disturbed" (5:10)
  3. Hadone - "Sick Of The Sun" (6:13)
  4. False Witness - "Arm The Dolls" (feat LEDEF - San Antonio original mix) (6:04)
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Various Artists 2: EP 3
  1. AnD - "7AM Burning" (6:18)
  2. Sara Landry - "Time Dilation" (5:28)
  3. JAESS - "Mirage" (8:10)
  4. UFO95 - "Almost There" (4:43)
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