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Spring Ray
Spring Ray (140 gram vinyl double 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: SSV 15. Rel: 23 Apr 19
  1. Spring Ray
  2. Spring Ray (Deduction)
  3. Spring Ray (outtake)
  4. Spring Ray (Reshape)
Review: Toki Fuko has quietly slipped out some high-grade ambient electronics over the past 10 years, but this double-vinyl drop on the ever excellent Silent Season represents some his most striking work to date. In line with the label's aesthetic, gauzy dub techno atmospheres prevail in the main, as thick billowing clouds of chord drift over submerged, stripped down rhythms. There is also space for other moods to infect the process though - there's a laconic 90s chill-out room groove to "Spring Ray (Outtake)", which then gets reshaped as a pattering percussive meditation on the EP's closing mix. Stunning, immersive approaches from start to finish.
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Played by: Vincent Inc, Toki Fuko
 in stock $17.73
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Idrija
Idrija (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CRTL 009. Rel: 23 Apr 19
  1. TTTRT
  2. Dand
  3. AJ025
Review: Eliaz is emerging out of the Slovenian underground with his debut EP on Cartulis Music, swiftly following up an initial appearance alongside Z@P and Alex Picone on a Subwax Record Store Day special. His sound brims with confidence, using a bold palette of zippy high definition techno motifs and riding beats that scream for a big dancefloor. The A side is given over to the rich and punchy "TTTRT", while there's plenty of swing and swagger to be enjoyed on the sprightly "Dand". "AJ025" finishes the EP off with a rougher style that plays on some seriously twisted acid lines to devastating effect. Classy peak time business from a promising new talent.
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Played by: Unai Trotti
 in stock $9.13
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EYA 004
EYA 004 (140 gram vinyl 12" + sticker)
Eya
Cat: EYA 004. Rel: 23 Apr 19
  1. Jos - "Planet Eya"
  2. Evil Knebel - "Fire On The Moor"
  3. Poten - "Intransigence"
  4. Jos - "Purify"
Review: The fourth release from London-based label Eya continues to shape out an intriguing identity that nods to classic techno tropes while charging ahead with their own agenda. Label boss Jos' "Planet Eya" sets a lively pace with its forthright drum machine jack offset by warm synth licks. Evil Knebel matches the tempo and weaves in a cosmic set of tones, which Poten then cosigns with the equally trippy, propulsive "Intransigence". Jos is back at the helm for closing track "Purify", which strikes a darker tone without losing that raw, vintage techno flavour that makes this label one to watch.
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Played by: Unai Trotti
 in stock $9.40
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Right Here Right Now (20th Anniversary Edition) (Record Store Day 2019)
Right Here Right Now (20th Anniversary Edition) (Record Store Day 2019) (yellow vinyl 12" in die-cut sleeve) (1 per customer)
Cat: BMGCAT 352LP. Rel: 22 Apr 19
  1. Right Here Right Now (album version) (6:31)
  2. Right Here Right Now (Camelphat remix) (8:24)
  3. Return To The Valley Of Right Now (4:08)
  4. Right Here Right Now (Friction & Killer Hertz remix) (4:15)
  5. Right Here Right Now (Friction One In The Jungle remix) (4:09)
 in stock $28.75
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Kind Of Green
Kind Of Green (12" + sticker)
Cat: VOAM 001. Rel: 24 Apr 19
  1. Rek (6:09)
  2. Kind Of Green (7:21)
  3. Salz (6:20)
  4. Newt (6:07)
Review: It's been a fair old while since we last heard any new material from Blawan and Pariah's hardware-based Karenn project. In fact, "Kind Of Green" is the duo's first collaborative release for almost five years. They start in suitably forthright, floor-friendly fashion via "Rek", a dense, full-throttle techno assault rich in buzzing, mind-altering motifs, before wrapping spacey sounds around metallic percussion hits on the noticeably deeper title track. Those looking for devilish intensity should check the dark and intoxicating "Salz", while closing cut "Newt" is a pleasingly sparse and out-there chunk of mid-tempo modular madness.
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 in stock $9.40
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The Director's Cut Chapter 2
The Director's Cut Chapter 2 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: AX 079DC. Rel: 17 Apr 19
  1. As Soon As (3:45)
  2. G-Star (4:39)
  3. If (We) (3:41)
  4. Cycle 30 (Loop 4) (5:07)
Review: "Looking back in hindsight to the activity and accomplishments of Axis is with much pride - to witness the relationship between the music and listener evolving to this point. The Director's Cut reissue project is about manicuring detail. It's about a rare opportunity to enhance what we've done so that the relationship strengthens for the long term" - Jeff Mills
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 in stock $10.74
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Time Guard (Archie Hamilton, Noha remixes)
Cat: LHR 19. Rel: 15 Apr 19
  1. Time Guard (Archie Hamilton) (8:35)
  2. Time Guard (Noha remix) (7:54)
Review: Following the hot off the press drop "Time Guard", Lazare Hoche taps up a pair of remixers to provide fresh angles on his latest transmission. First up is Moscow Records' Archie Hamilton, who whips up a propulsive, bubbling techno roller laden with lush melodic content. On the flip, regular Hamilton collaborator Noha serves up a twinkling, mysterious strutter that should sink under the skin nice and easy in the late morning sessions Lazare Hoche records are so well suited to. Using spooky off key synth licks and a steady ticking beat, Noha provides a worthwhile new twist on the original's vintage techno sound.
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 in stock $10.21
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The Lights
The Lights (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: IPSO 003. Rel: 16 Apr 19
  1. The Lights (6:40)
  2. The Lights (dub) (6:54)
 in stock $9.13
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In The Middle Of The Night
Cat: DFA 2635. Rel: 19 Apr 19
  1. Don't Feed The Animals (Hiding In Your Room) (6:50)
  2. Devil Dance (6:06)
  3. I Can Never Relax (6:29)
  4. I'm So Bored (6:02)
 in stock $16.66
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Rhythmic Sonatas
Rhythmic Sonatas (140 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: BASLP 02. Rel: 15 Apr 19
  1. Eyes In The Sky (6:10)
  2. F12 (Korg Patch mix) (6:32)
  3. Alien Discotheque (5:46)
  4. Badskit (3:03)
  5. Satovlia (1:55)
  6. Repeated Eye Contact (0:43)
  7. Bilateral Symmetry (6:07)
  8. Dabalsikhshiruli Rkheva (6:40)
  9. Noboru's Arp (5:12)
  10. Nabolara (8:21)
Review: After the stunning Ostati album released on Organic Analogue last year, Georgia's HVL is back with a new album on the label for his home turf, Bassiani. As a resident of the infamous Tbilisi club, he knows innately how to communicate the vibe of one of the world's most widely discussed techno clubs, only this time he's taken a slightly tougher stance. "Eyes In The Sky" has a fierce, paranoid acid edge, while "F12 (Korg Patch Mix)" gets into freaky, cerebral techno territory. There are intriguing interludes and skits, and plenty more dancefloor heaters delivered with an inventiveness that once again affirms HVL's status as one of the brightest talents operating in the loosely defined field of deep techno.
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Played by: MUSAR Recordings
 in stock $16.11
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City Sleeps
City Sleeps (180 gram purple vinyl 12")
Cat: PCSS 01. Rel: 23 Apr 19
  1. City Sleeps (7:11)
  2. Very Being (5:58)
  3. Lost In You (6:13)
  4. Three Tears (feat Andrew Fagan) (6:44)
Review: Few will be surprised to learn that former Deepchord member Mike Schommer explores deep and dubby pastures on "City Sleeps", his first solo release for almost a year. Interestingly, though, the title track cloaks his usual spacious dub techno rhythms in morning-fresh flute lines and hazy female vocals. There's a similar level of melodious positivity at the heart of "Very Being", too, with cascading piano lines and eyes-closed vocalizations tumbling down over a loose-limbed dub techno groove. "Lost In You" sees Schommer move closer to jaunty digi-dub territory, while Andrew Fagan hook-up "Three Tears" places Balearic style Spanish guitar solos atop a locked-in, Rhythm & Sound style rhythm track.
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 in stock $9.94
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TRNCT 7 2 (Record Store Day 2019)
Cat: TRNT7 2. Rel: 22 Apr 19
  1. Track 1 (5:15)
  2. Track 2 (5:20)
Review: Raw analog acid tracks. Special record store day limited edition RED vinyl.
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 in stock $9.40
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Mental Command Terror
Mental Command Terror (10" 再出版) (1 per customer)
Cat: BFDM 009. Rel: 15 Apr 19
  1. Transcendental Training Tactic (7:09)
  2. Disillusion Pyramid (feat Rasputin) (5:14)
 in stock $12.09
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Drift
Drift (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: FOM 012. Rel: 18 Apr 19
  1. Flip Flops (2019 mix) (4:09)
  2. R-Root (4:44)
  3. BGR (4:15)
  4. Drift (2019 mix) (6:17)
  5. Flip Flops (dub mix) (3:37)
  6. Drift (dub mix) (4:55)
 in stock $10.74
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My Life With The Wave (remastered)
Cat: SYNTH 09530000313. Rel: 10 Apr 19
  1. Wavetable No. 9 (7:48)
  2. Fantasy (5:51)
  3. Jupiter (5:34)
Review: If there's one guy from Detroit who has never lost his principles or ideas, it's certainly Mike Huckaby, the likeable producer who has always been open about his work, and who has always helped the younger generation of talent come through. He's back on his own sublime Synth imprint, and "Wavetable No.9" sees the man go deeper and spacier than his other recent productions, and the same can be said for the tranquil sea of jazzy melodies that envelop "Fantasy". "Jupiter", most probably named after the iconic synth, is what martians would be making if they'd been listening to Art Blakey and Charles Mingus - three solid house tunes with a distinctive Huckaby edge.
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 in stock $10.21
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Lyla's World EP
Cat: OPIA 003. Rel: 25 Mar 19
  1. TC80 - "Exile" (5:44)
  2. Abstract Tune - "1996 Shoots" (5:37)
  3. Audri - "Acid Rain" (5:11)
  4. Omar - "Techno Victims" (5:29)
  5. Z@p - "Different Ways" (7:12)
Review: Since launching last year, the Opia label has yet to put a foot wrong, serving up two must-have 12" singles full of quality cuts from rising stars and scene stalwarts. The label's latest compilation style offering is equally as good. TC80 has the honour of kicking things off via the bubbly acid lines, stomping beats and gentle synth melodies of "Exile", before Abstract Tune joyously joins the dots between bleep techno and dreamy deep house on the rich positivity of "1996 Shoots". Audri's "Acid Rain" is a raw and intense jack-track, while Omar's "Techno Victims" a bustling, minor key electro box jam. Rounding things off is Z@p, whose excellent "Different Ways" sits somewhere between early Motor City Techno and 1990s British tech-house.
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 in stock $12.09
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Chaos Come To Conquer
Chaos Come To Conquer (12" + insert + sticker)
Cat: MONNOM 018. Rel: 19 Apr 19
  1. Chaos Come To Conquer (5:51)
  2. Tenshun (6:22)
  3. Speedball (5:44)
  4. The Drome (SE1) (5:08)
 in stock $9.40
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KULOR 001
VARIOUS
KULOR 001 (3xLP + poster)
Cat: KULOR 001. Rel: 15 Apr 19
  1. Schacke - "Automated Lover" (8:13)
  2. Sugar - "Drowner" (6:07)
  3. IBON - "Forest Car" (5:10)
  4. Repro - "Det Gar Darligt" (5:31)
  5. Sugar - "Same But Different" (6:10)
  6. IBON - "No Sleep" (7:20)
  7. Repro - "Hot Lead Payoff" (5:35)
  8. Schacke - "Designer Of Worlds" (9:24)
  9. Rune Bagge - "This Could Be Us" (5:34)
  10. Funeral Future - "Heute Nicht" (6:06)
 in stock $37.60
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Haedron EP
Haedron EP (12")
Cat: 134 DSR. Rel: 18 Apr 19
  1. Haedron (8:49)
  2. Scorched Earth (7:41)
  3. Muon Transverse Momentum (6:40)
  4. Quantum Phaser (7:59)
 in stock $9.94
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Logic Solution
Cat: PERLON 121. Rel: 27 Mar 19
  1. Logic Solution (6:16)
  2. Platinum Booth (3:31)
  3. Magic Tribulation (5:05)
  4. Android (5:34)
Review: With a history that stretches back to the turn-of-the-90s, Ivan Iacobucci is one of the Italian scene's most storied producers. He's released on all manner of acclaimed imprints over the years - UMM, Calypso Records, Holic Trax and Nite Grooves included - and here makes his bow on another, Berlin staple Perlon. There's plenty of subtle variety across the EP, with Iacobucci leisurely strolling between funk-fuelled lo-fi tech-house (the spacey "Logic Solution"), high-tempo, Autechre-inspired IDM-funk ("Platinum Booth"), wonky, Villalobos-style early morning insanity (the bonkers but brilliant "Magic Tribulation") and analogue-rich, off-kilter tech-house ("Android").
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 in stock $9.94
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CANOE 009
CANOE 009 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CANOE 009. Rel: 04 Mar 19
  1. Make It (5:18)
  2. Xecute (5:32)
  3. Comet Commuter (5:56)
  4. Globe Gazer (6:12)
Review: Nyra continues to use his Canoe label as a vessel for his most personal creative impulses across the dance music spectrum. The ninth instalment on the label kicks off with the ravey flashes of "Make It" before swerving into the rugged, bassweight techno stomp of "Xecute." Edging in a little Italo sauce to meet with tough and gritty techno force, "Comet Commuter" is a clear highlight on the record, and then "Globe Gazer" seals the deal with an upfront charger carefully crafted for the peak time hour and carrying bountiful synth lines to lift the energy of the room skywards.
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 in stock $8.59
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Tracid
Tracid (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CRTL 006. Rel: 07 Jan 19
  1. Tracid (8:05)
  2. That Break (7:14)
  3. Acid Rhytms (7:06)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Uruguay's finest house and techno export Z@p continues his welcome return to active service in the freakier end of the scene with this spot on Cartulis Music. "Tracid" has a clue in its title, and it doesn't take long to detect the brazen 303 baiting taking place through the core of this peppy workout. It's an effective weapon used in just the right way that should get bodies wriggling with approval. "That Break" meanwhile diverts into a kind of braindance territory with the titular drums matched with more wobbly synth leads and spooked out pads, and then "Acid Rhytms" rounds the EP off with a more reflective cut for calmer moments in the dance.
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 in stock $9.12
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Artificial Paradise
Artificial Paradise (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DWT 006. Rel: 15 Apr 19
  1. After The Rain (6:04)
  2. Artificial Paradise (5:37)
  3. No Such Thing (6:48)
  4. Scattered Minds (5:27)
Review: Erell Ranson has got some serious credentials behind him. The French producer has been releasing music for over ten years, landing on a range of underground labels that more recently include Barba Records, Subwax Excursions and Nightflight. On this release for UK label Distant Worlds, he matches the vibe of label mates John Shima, Derek Carr et al with a gorgeous set of emotive, yearning techno reflections that call to mind the early UK scene pioneered by B12, Baby Ford and others. This is thoughtful, heartfelt stuff that works both as distinctive dancefloor material as well as intimate home listening fare.
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 in stock $9.13
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Delayed Response
Delayed Response (12" 再出版)
Cat: PS 006. Rel: 15 Apr 19
  1. Route E (7:13)
  2. Delayed Response (feat Kirin J Callinan) (5:51)
  3. Emulator (6:46)
  4. Tunnel Chase (6:50)
  5. Saudade (4:31)
Review: It would be unfair to label Mikey Melas aka Jensen Interceptor as anything less than a contemporary electro king, both in terms of the labels he's released for and his own personal brand of industrial tech. The producer is up on Australia's Power Station, run out of Melbourne, marking his debut with the opening "Route E", a classic electro bruiser that sails at a mid-tempo but bangs harder and harder with each new verse; "Delayed Response" is the perfect companion, featuring Kirin J Callinan and a supremely industrial slew of techno lashings. On the flip, "Emulator" strips the melodies down to bleeps and focusses on forming off-kilter drum breaks, while "Tunnel Chase" forms a new, strange variety of acid tech, and "Saudade" trods along to a faster tempo, recalling the likes of Cabaret Voltaire at their most beat-centric. Killah!
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 in stock $13.16
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Indaco EP (feat Hiver & Thor remixes)
Cat: WPTMWL 03. Rel: 26 Mar 18
  1. Indaco
  2. Indaco (Hiver Reconstruction)
  3. Canadian
  4. Canadian (Thor Reconstruction)
Review: Torino label We Play The Music We Love has already made a strong start with some immersive turns by Trevor Deep Jr and Rills, and now they provide a platform for Italian duo Luminer. "Indaco" is a charged up dub techno excursion with crisp percussion to propel the classic chord shimmer that course through the centre of the track. "Canadian" takes a deeper direction with a crafty tapestry of synth flares and a more understated rhythm section. Hiver's reconstruction of "Indaco" opts for a crooked electro foundation, nimble acid line and a shapeless swell of pad tones as the key ingredients, and then Icelandic techno champ Thor whips up a sharp-strutting dub techno variation of "Canadian" that sits comfortably with the Luminer tracks.
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 in stock $5.36
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SA 003
SA 003 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SA 003. Rel: 15 Apr 19
  1. Sensitive Person (6:01)
  2. Who You Are & Who You Want To Be (6:38)
  3. Unthinkable Destiny (6:59)
  4. Nothing To Do With Me (4:47)
Review: 2019 is proving to be a busy year for French deep techno producer Erell Ranson. With the Artificial Paradise 12" freshly dropped on Distant Worlds, he also steps up to Subconscious Algorithms to join Derek Carr and Norken in exploring genuinely interesting avenues of machine soul. There's an electro flavour to "Sensitive Person", and a subtle house pulse to "Who You Are & Who You Want To Be," while "Unthinkable Destiny" snaps with a sharply rendered rhythm underneath illustrious synth shapes. "Nothing To Do With Me" finishes the EP in a consistent style, making this a complete package with four refined jams for those who like their techno to hit in the solar plexus.
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 in stock $9.94
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Mandela Move EP
Mandela Move EP (double 12")
Cat: DESET 02. Rel: 27 Feb 19
  1. Mandela Move (12:56)
  2. Fontec (13:04)
  3. Ectroscop (13:24)
  4. Beetglass (13:04)
Review: Fresh from remixing Afrobeat legend Tony Allen for Dekmantel, Ricardo Villalobos presents his first solo outing of 2019 - an epic double-pack containing four lengthy workouts in his signature off-kilter, minimalist techno style. First up is title track "Mandela Move", where chanted South African vocals weave their way in and out of hypnotic, funk-fuelled, glitch-driven drums that rank amongst Villalobos' boldest beats for some time. "Fontec" is deeper and subtly more melodious, with plenty of weirdo noises and some seriously chunky bass, while "Ectroscop" sees our Chilean hero brilliantly blend the swinging funk of breakbeat with his mind-altering percussion and production. Finally, "Beetglass" is as crunchy, bass-heavy and percussive as anything Villalobos has done to date.
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 in stock $20.41
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Ballet Mechanique 1992-1999 Collection 1
Cat: SS ONE. Rel: 25 Mar 19
  1. See You (5:41)
  2. Zoo Is Out (6:30)
  3. Electro (6:15)
  4. Under The Surface (5:58)
Review: For the first volume in the "Secret Sun" series, Open Channel For Dreamers offers up a first retrospective of Jeroen Borrenbergs' now sought-after work as Ballet Mechanique, all of which was originally released between 1992 and '99. First up is "See You", a cheery, bass-heavy electro track rich in cheery IDM melodies, which is quickly followed by the intergalactic ambient techno bliss of "Zoo Is Out", where mangled analogue bass and Black Dog style electronics buzz around a bustling dancefloor groove. Elsewhere, "Electro" is a razor-sharp, funk-fuelled electro-acid workout, while "Under The Surface" sounds like "In Sides"-era Orbital after a fistful of sleeping pills.
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 in stock $14.24
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Time Out
Time Out (12")
Cat: SPTM 002. Rel: 11 Apr 19
  1. XTC (4:40)
  2. Neurotic (5:45)
  3. Trip To The Underworld (5:30)
  4. Re-Active (5:46)
 in stock $12.09
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LIB X FE
LIB X FE (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: LIB XFE. Rel: 23 Apr 19
  1. Gosub - "Take Your Time" (4:58)
  2. ACEW & Ghost Ride - "Mind The Gap" (5:47)
  3. Cignol - "Chorus Envy" (5:06)
  4. Jared Wilson - "Toughskined" (4:30)
Review: A fine example of Pan-European collaboration here, as the Brighton-based Furthur Electronix label buddies up with Berlin stable Libertine Records for a very special joint release. Shad T. Scott kicks things off (under his now familiar Gosub alias) with the deep, sparkling and picturesque electro shuffle of "Take Your Time", before ACEW + Ghost Ride layer spacey, minor-key synths over skittish drums on the rather fine "Mind The Gap". The quality threshold remains high on side B, where Cignol's inspired, acid-flecked electro workout "Chorus Envy" - which to these ears is as rush-inducing as any similarly melodic early Orbital record - is followed by the stomping, fuzz-fuelled lo-fi techno thump of Jared Wilson's "Toughskined".
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 in stock $17.18
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Master Builder (reissue)
Master Builder (reissue) (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: TRESOR 32. Rel: 10 Apr 19
  1. Master Builder (3:32)
  2. Master Builder (Sandman Option) (4:04)
  3. Quartz (6:29)
Review: The unstoppable techno juggernaut himself, Robert Hood is back on Tresor with some of that minimal machine music he basically defined back in the 90s. "Master Builder" is a masterclass in proper minimal techno, using a thrifty set of tools to make for utterly immersive, time-slipping techno. The subtly shifted "Sandman Option" mix of the track moves the position of the looping bleeps to create a different groove around the steadfast kick - juggling the two could be a lot of fun for creative DJs. Providing a different flavour on the flip, "Quartz" brings some bolder synth strokes into the mix, winding up with the quintessential Detroit track.
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Played by: Jay Hill
 in stock $9.13
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Spiritual Priority
Spiritual Priority (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: IT 040. Rel: 24 Apr 19
  1. Sorting Peanuts (5:14)
  2. Sample Predator (5:45)
Review: It's double trouble again from ever reliable Bavarian brethren: Dario and Marco Zenker. The Ilian Tape head honchos seem to look for inspiration from the West Midlands techno scene circa the mid '90s. The splintered, full-throttle machinations of A side cut "Sorting Peanuts" call to mind Force + Form era Surgeon with its stuttered and jarring pace - making equal room for tension and suspense. On the flip, the greyscale factory floor stomp of "Sample Predator" will please fans of the Downwards back catalogue - British Murder Boys and Female in particular.
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Played by: Blasha & Allatt
 in stock $10.21
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Banoffee Pies 04 (Record Store Day 2019)
Banoffee Pies 04 (Record Store Day 2019) (blue vinyl 10") (1 per customer)
Cat: BPRSD 004. Rel: 22 Apr 19
  1. KOKO - "Endangered Aliens" (7:07)
  2. Embezzlement Society - "Sobriety" (4:22)
 in stock $10.74
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Embryo
Embryo (12")
Cat: SA 035. Rel: 17 Apr 19
  1. Elapsed Emptiness (7:01)
  2. Symmetry (6:57)
  3. Inverted Aspects (feat Beau Wanzer) (5:12)
  4. Aria (New Beat version) (5:07)
Review: Mannequin boss Alessandro Adriani returns to Stroboscopic Artefacts with 'Embryo' - an immersive four-track micro-odyssey spanning across jagged ambient scopes,unmapped acidic grounds and further leftfield-friendly sonic territories, opening up the path for his forthcoming sophomore LP and first ever for Stroboscopic Artefacts, 'Morphic Dreams'.
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 in stock $9.40
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The Controller
The Controller (splattered vinyl 12")
Cat: FS 017. Rel: 03 Apr 19
  1. Controller (4:56)
  2. Drimmits (5:45)
  3. The Way To Go (6:47)
  4. Nova Deep (6:47)
 in stock $10.74
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Automaton EP (reissue)
Automaton EP (reissue) (limited transparent green vinyl 12")
Cat: PBXC 4. Rel: 26 Mar 19
  1. Nemisis (5:31)
  2. Oscillator (bonus beats) (5:46)
  3. Techno It's On My Mind (5:48)
Review: With brand new interest in beats and rhythm once again coming into play, Puzzlebox label owner, Keith (K-1) Tucker, has now decided to revise and revisit the music from his catalog as "Puzzlebox Classics." "Atomaton EP" opens with "Nemesis", which brings on Tucker's signature Electro/Techno beats, a tough as nails funky bassline, and his trademark eerie strings. "Oscillator (bonus beats)" maintains that perfect beat, a dramatic bassline, and swinging percussion attitude to the fold before closer "Techno It's On My Mind" with its mind-bending arps and clicky pecussion shoot this off-world thumper into overdrive for your ears. If you like your snare hard and relentless, battling for attention against a triggered piece of electrofunk provided by a classic 'K-1' bassline, you're in for a treat.
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 in stock $12.63
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Floorplan V Mark Broom
Floorplan V Mark Broom (white vinyl 12" 再出版)
EPM
Cat: EPM 20V. Rel: 10 Apr 19
  1. Floorplan - "Never Grow Old" (Mark Broom dubplate mix) (5:38)
  2. Mark Broom - "Jungle" (5:21)
  3. Floorplan - "He Can Save You" (Re-Plant) (8:53)
Review: Some tip-top Transatlantic business here, as EPM Music brings together Motor City legend Robert Hood AKA Floorplan, and veteran UK techno producer Mark Broom. There's a treat on side A as Broom finally allows us access to one of his secret weapons: a previously dubplate-only remix he did of the Floorplan gospel-techno throbber "Never Grow Old". Broom's version is tough and percussive, but also makes great use of rumbling bass, restless organ stabs and glassy-eyed late night rave riffs. Broom's own techno jack-track "Jungle" - a blizzard of distorted percussion and wild electronic noises - opens side B, before Hood offers up a chunky "Re-Plant" of classic Floorplan roller "He Can Save You". It not only features spoken word preacher-man vocals, but also a mind-altering riff reminiscent of Lil' Louis classic "French Kiss".
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Forever In Transit EP
Cat: NAIVE 006. Rel: 17 Apr 19
  1. Anxiety (6:27)
  2. Virtuous (6:39)
  3. Trance Dream (4:56)
  4. Transit (5:31)
 in stock $10.74
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The Dream Tec
The Dream Tec (180 gram blue marbled vinyl double 12" + insert)
Cat: 3UTRQDM 4BLU. Rel: 19 Apr 19
  1. An Overflow Of The Mind (4:36)
  2. 24 Hours (8:19)
  3. Evilish Cosmos (7:46)
  4. Recognized Pain (5:19)
  5. X_Manray (6:57)
  6. Braindrain (7:26)
  7. Cafe D'Anvers (3:54)
  8. Dream Affected Dream (6:58)
 in stock $22.30
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303 In The 313 EP
303 In The 313 EP (transparent vinyl 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: MM 04. Rel: 23 Apr 19
  1. Detroitasaurus (6:27)
  2. Van Dyke Vessel (6:20)
  3. Delray Dance (6:37)
  4. Zonin' (4:48)
Review: Brian Kage's fourth release on Michigander Music "303 in the 313 EP" features 4 uniquely gritty and acid-soaked manifestations of mid 90's Detroit. This exercise in analog monosynth mastery directly connects the grittiness of the urban landscape with the raw spirit of creative freedom. Detroitasaurus starts the record off with a subtle prehistoric soundscape, steadily building rhythmic tension using hypnotic toms and melodic drum patterns. Razor sharp 909 hats hammer down there through the sonic mist as the journey continues to build. Shrieking jurassic trumpets cap off each of the peaking climbs to reveal metallic broken-down structures that are bound together with oscillating 303 threads and a grooving bassline. Van Dyke Vessel features an atmosphere of textured percussion and metallic analog synths that wind around a deep square bass groove. Suddenly, truncated growling vocal samples start to collect into the catchy phrase "Let's take this to outer space". Swelling pads give way to squealing acid as this track transports dancers to a nostalgic melodic dimension. Delray Dance undulates with thick bass slowly building into a body focused groove as it winds up and gives way to a rugged 303 saw with fluttering Spanish style synth stabs. Classic Detroit pads continue to swell, adding to the tension and leaving enough sonic space for melodic mixes in and out. This tune is the perfect tool to transition between genres. Zonin breaks the mold by combining old-school electro vibes with a heavy dose of acid and freestyle hip hop. Heavy broken beats are combined with a rockin' nostalgic bassline and layered party vocals that transports you to the center of the dancefloor on the best night you've ever had.
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1992
1992 (12")
Cat: AOS 1992. Rel: 21 Feb 19
  1. Light Year Flight (7:24)
  2. 1992 (6:27)
  3. Homey Trinitron (3:42)
Review: You have to admire Alex "Omar" Smith's work rate. He's been slinging out regular releases now for the best part of a decade and shows no sign of slowing down. "1992" is his second EP of 2019 and contains a trio of contrasting cuts in his distinctive, hardware-driven sound. Perhaps the biggest surprise is closing cut "Homey Trinitron", a techno-tempo workout that wraps fuzzy, lo-fi synth motifs around weighty and distorted, ghetto-house influenced drums. He provides a chunk of loose but locked-in deep house drowsiness (see the warm, shuffling and punchy title track), as well as a cheery, piano-driven A-side that's as warm, rush-inducing and anthem-like as anything he's released to date.
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 in stock $12.09
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Reflector
Reflector (12")
Cat: MPM 031. Rel: 20 Mar 19
  1. Reflector (6:22)
  2. Rotate (6:28)
Review: Any new Robert Hood single is cause for celebration, but particularly when the release in question contains cuts as strong as this one. A-side "Reflector" is loopy and forthright, with Hood using swirling effects and subtle manipulations of a repetitive, big room-ready riff to increase intensity throughout. It's perhaps a little different from his usual heavy, stripped-back fare, but that's no bad thing. In contrast, flipside "Rotate" is classic Hood style minimalism, with warped acid lines, twisted bass and layered percussion creating a driving, mind-altering late night mood. There are slivers of melody, too, but these are sporadic and subdued in comparison to the rest of the Motor City's maestro's musical elements.
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 in stock $9.40
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Tomorrow Comes The Harvest
Cat: 677863 0. Rel: 26 Sep 18
  1. Locked & Loaded (7:46)
  2. Altitudes (7:03)
  3. On The Run (8:07)
  4. The Seed (7:11)
Review: Back in 2016, legendary Afrobeat drummer Tony Allen approached techno pioneer Jeff Mills with the idea of working together. A series of live gigs and off-the-radar studio sessions followed, with the first fruits of their joint efforts finally appearing on this must-have 10". As you'd expect, the duo's collaborative work combines Allen's traditional Nigerian polyrhythms, traditional Afrobeat instrumentation, and the far-sighted, sci-fi inspired electronic futurism that has always marked out Mills' work. The result is a quartet of cuts that could arguably be described as retro-futurist Afro-tech - all delay-laden beats, basslines and organs subtly sparring with gentle acid lines, Motor City electronics, beguiling deep space textures and shimmering, 31st century motifs. It's arguably Allen's stylistic contributions that dominate, but that's no bad thing.
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Mantra
Mantra (12")
Cat: ARTSGALLERY 002. Rel: 19 Apr 19
  1. Milobelus (8:10)
  2. Mantra (9:14)
  3. Totemo (10:14)
  4. Ecnart Infinity (8:02)
 in stock $8.59
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Invisibility Chapter I
Invisibility Chapter I (2xLP 再出版)
Cat: SUSH 045. Rel: 18 Mar 19
  1. Elevation (7:59)
  2. Layers (7:48)
  3. Exhibit (7:32)
  4. Block (7:31)
  5. Waiting (8:10)
Review: Fans of stripped-back, minimalist techno - particularly the Eastern European variant focused around Romania's thriving scene - will happily tell you that every release from Christi Cons and Vlad Caia's Sideways Invisibility Theory project (AKA SIT) is worth checking. This, a double-pack containing half of the tracks from their new album (a second part is also available) is certainly noteworthy. It features a quintet of trippy, low-slung late night workouts seemingly designed to operate in the cracks between tech-house and minimal techno. There are naturally subtle variations throughout - a nod to dub techno here, a psychedelic acid line or dreamy deep house texture there - but throughout, their focus remains firmly on wonky early morning workouts.
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 in stock $20.95
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Reconstructed II (Ion Ludwig, Steve O'Sullivan, & Melchior Productions LTD mixes)
  1. Stabilize (Ion Ludwig Reconstruction) (12:07)
  2. Control (Steve O'Sullivan Reconstruction) (7:28)
  3. Dim Dim (Melchior Productions LTD Reconstruction) (6:55)
Review: As you'd expect, Sushitech has pulled out all the stops on this second selection of remixes of tracks from Paul St Hilaire and Rhauder's recent top notch dub techno full length, Deredoc. Ion Ludwig steps up first, laying down a rolling, peak-time take on "Stability" that wraps dubbed-out synth motifs and atmospheric snippets of St Hilaire's vocal around a chunky, tech-tinged deep house groove. Over on the B-side, British techno veteran Steve O'Sullivan delivers a deliciously dreamy, late night interpretation of "Control", before minimal house maestro naturally emphasizes the dubbier aspects of "Dim Dim" on his standout rework.
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 in stock $9.66
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WORKSHOP 26
WORKSHOP 26 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: WORKSHOP 26. Rel: 24 Apr 19
  1. Funeral Song (5:38)
  2. Reprise AoUFC (5:35)
 in stock $12.09
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Buggin' With The Bleeps
Buggin' With The Bleeps (hand-numbered 12" limited to 150 copies)
Cat: SRTX 027. Rel: 24 Apr 19
  1. Huh (5:20)
  2. Stop The Beat (6:42)
  3. Watch Your Mouth (6:47)
  4. Blue Light (5:19)
 in stock $14.78
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The Low Calorie Martini EP
Cat: BORFT 168. Rel: 18 Apr 19
  1. Jazzy Horns (7:13)
  2. Rattlesnake Dub (5:56)
  3. Pig-Pen (6:24)
  4. Twistin (6:03)
 in stock $11.55
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BAS004: Various Artists Vol 4
  1. Cassegrain - "Departure Seven"
  2. Ersatz Olfolks - "Straight Road"
  3. Hector Oaks - "Move In Circles, Walk On Lines"
  4. Thomas Hessler - "Memories"
Review: The Bassiani label is the platform for the infamous Georgian club to present its sound to the wider world, and it does so in fantastic fashion with this run of various artist releases. This fourth release kicks off with the dark, textured and brilliantly rendered techno immersion of Cassegrain's "Departure Seven", while Ersatz Olfolks gets a little more heated with the strafing synth work that courses out of "Straight Road". Hector Oaks is also in a rowdy frame of mind with the peak time belter "Move In Circles, Walk On Lines", and it's down to Thomas Hessler to cool things off with the heart-rending electro of "Memories".
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