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  1. Sven Weisemann - "Deep Passion" (Sven Repassion mix)
  2. Morphosis - "They Just Don't Care"
  3. Lowtec - "Stamping Ground"
  4. STL - "Laio"
  5. John Daly - "Birds"
  6. Derek Carr - "25th"
  7. John Beltran - "Rainy Day Savior"
  8. Sam McQueen - "Simple Pleasures"
  9. Ron Trent - "Piano Track"
  10. Larry Heard - "Dolphin Dream"
  11. Herbert - "Fat King Fire"
  12. Isolee - "Raum Zwei"
  13. Reggie Dokes - "Black Thoughts" (The Tribal mix)
  14. DJ Qu - "Be Who You" (main mix)
Review: A bulging 4x12" release from Styrax to round off their In Loving Memory series. Featuring venerable and fledgling talent alike from both sides of the Atlantic - including Ian Pooley, Laurent Garnier, Morphosis, John Daly, John Beltran and Sven Weisemann to name just a few - In Loving Memory 4:4 is a frankly essential purchase for lovers of the more cerebral strains of house music. Picking a favourite out of this lot is an unenviable task, but we'll plump for the dusty beatdown of Morphosis' "They Just Don't Care".
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  1. Amato Y Mariana - "Quieres Bailar" (5:39)
  2. The Sixteen Steps - "Montgat" (6:46)
  3. His Dirty Secrets - "Structures" (6:15)
  4. Further Reductions - "Another Stranger" (4:56)
Review: BOOM! Our favourites, Cititrax, roll the third editions of Tracks out onto our shelves, and the results are unsurprisingly strong on this excellent various artists comp. It's a mixed bag of skills, as per usual, and the sounds are those of a new NYC, fuelled by a new sort of post-industrial sensibility. Amato Y Mariana open with the tight beats and groove of "Queires Bailar", followed closely by the ominous compositions of the EBM-flavoured "Montgat" from The Sixteen Steps. On the flip, His Dirty Secrets bleeps out some morphed acid on "Structures", and "Another Stranger" from Further Reductions churns out a slow, mild-mannered house experiment with its roots clearly planted in the coldest of waves. Sick.
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  1. Daniele Brusaschetto - "Grigi Ma"
  2. Janksy Noise - "Black NIght" (feat Rifka)
  3. Human Larvae - "Ruined"
  4. Damaskin - "Apocalypse"
Review: 10 Germany seem to get it bang-on each and every time! For a label who has released the likes of Ancient Methods, Perc and Matthew Herbert, among other legends, we'd expect nothing less than the spectacular and this is exactly what we got with this latest collaborative effort by Italy's Daniele Brusachetto, Jansky Noise, Human Larvae and Damaskin. Brusachetto's "Grigi Ma" is weird and wonderful pop tune set against a backdrop of cavernous percussion rattles, while Janksy Noise's "Black Night" is a full-on drone monster. Over on the flip, "Ruined" by Human Larvae is a fuzzy, noise-fuelled scorcher, and "Apocalypse" sees Damaskin produce the EP's only shred of rigidity thanks to its consistent 4/4 kick...accompanied by some rather gnarly power electronics, of course.
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  1. Gene Hunt - "OW (Drum Beat)" (5:02)
  2. Wrecking Project - "S-Sonics" (3:46)
  3. Blacktail - "Now Muzik" (3:35)
  4. Innsyter - "Blimp Works" (6:09)
Review: Delroy Edward's LA Club Resource finally drops its next bombshell, this time a collaborative effort that includes three newcomers, possibly riding low-key under different aliases. Riding shotgun, you got Chicago legend Gene Hunt with the minimal and freaky vibes of "OW (Drum Beat)", a woman's scream darting in and out of the stripped-back groove, and the heavily filtered "S Sonics" by the mysterious Wrecking Project. Over on the flip of the wax plate you have Blacktail's old-school lick "Now Muzik", while "Blimp Works" by Innsyter is a pumping techno gunshot that goes dirty and heavy on the percussive rattle. Raw, dirty, and messed up from the start.
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Y (12")
Cat: STS 36412. Rel: 08 Nov 19
  1. U (7:15)
  2. Cs (6:45)
  3. I (6:42)
  4. Sr (9:23)
Review: Since debuting in 2015, Yoshinori Hayashi has peddled his wares on a variety of labels, Jheri Tracks, Disco Halal and and Smalltown Supersound included. Here he returns to the latter label with a pleasingly heavy four-tracker. Opener "U" is an intergalactic electro workout laden with nasty, deep bass and glacial electronics, while "Cs" is a wonderfully lo-fi take on acid house that jacks harder than DJ Pierre after 24 cans of Red Bull. Over on the flip he layers ghostly vocal snippets, alien chords and rich bass over another jacking drum track on "I", before dropping some filthy analogue techno science on the sparse, spaced-out pulse of "Sr".
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Cat: LH-FX#1. Rel: 13 Sep 07
  1. Real To Real (LHAO mix)
  2. Renewal (AOS loop)
  3. Sacred (AOS co-mix)
  4. Motor (LH mix)
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FRNDZNE 02 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: FRNDZNE 02. Rel: 24 Apr 19
  1. Ames Henry & Paul Kav - "Business In Hasenheide" (5:57)
  2. Ames Henry - "Tribute" (6:28)
  3. Fanu - "Dubia" (6:48)
  4. Octo Octa - "For My Girls" (3:29)
Review: It's been two years since Kellam Matthews launched his retro-futurist, breakbeat-driven Frendzone label via a fine split EP featuring cuts from Ames Henry and Octo Octa. This follow-up is therefore arguably long overdue. Fittingly, it's Henry that gets things going in stellar fashion via Paul Kav collaboration "Business in Hasenheide", an urgent fusion of two-step drums, thrusting acid bass and jumpy synth stabs. Ames then goes solo on the breezy bounce of "Tribute", before Fanu successfully roughs things up via the mutant sub-bass, dystopian noises and distorted breakbeats of "Dubia". The undisputed highlight, though, is Octo Octa's "For My Girls", a wonderfully spooky and hectic jungle roller that's guaranteed to set pulses racing out on the dancefloor.
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Arvet EP (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: HOME 004. Rel: 08 Mar 17
  1. Arvet (8:18)
  2. Ensam, Men Anda Inte (9:46)
Review: Markus Henrikkson continues to impress with his solo ventures. The Minilogue man's latest 12", the fourth on his quietly impressive Home Records imprint, is every bit as beguiling as you'd expect. "Arvet", which translated into English menas "Heritage", is a deliciously evocative, floor-friendly concoction that takes a foreboding, acid-flecked, hypnotic techno groove and smothers it in psychedelic vocal samples and trippy electronic motifs. It feels like a certified floor-filler, in stark contrast to the deeper, woozier and more intricate "Ensam, Men Ande Inte". While the A-side is pretty driving, this flipside concoction delights in its own gentle, undulating approach, where rising and falling electronics, flamenco guitars and bubbly electronics help create a more Innervisions style tech-house mood.
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Cat: AMBIWA 03. Rel: 13 Apr 16
  1. Methodical Ear (7:24)
  2. Shadow Manipulation Of Mind (5:59)
  3. Sinapsi Sonora (7:11)
  4. State Of Induced Hibernation (5:06)
Review: Antonio Marini aka Healing Force Project is back with the Tranhumanism EP on Ambiwa. Starting out with the ever mysterious "Methodical Ear", it's more of the same later on "Sinapsi Sonora" which like the previously mentioned track sounds like the dusty and emotive deepness of early Sound Signature via the tough and rusty swing of fellow Italians Relative; a nice touch indeed. He then gives us the brooding and hypnotic "Shadow Manipulation Of The Mind" awash in delay drenched organs and skeletal vintage drum machine flair. But the fierce yet restrained functionalism of "State Of Induced Hibernation" with its near tribal moments supported by a series of exotic and mindbending drones is pure bliss. We'll say it again: Marini is undoubtedly one of the most underrated producers in techno at the moment!
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Cat: MS 085. Rel: 19 Sep 19
  1. Dimension Seven (6:04)
  2. Return (5:43)
  3. Onward (5:48)
Review: Chicago's Jon Hester spent years as a dancer before he even touched the decks and that shows in his floor facing cuts for Transmat, which follows other high grade outings on taste-making techno labels Dystopian, Deeply Rooted and Rekids. Infectious rhythm is at the core of Hester's work and all the tracks here: "Dimension Seven" is epic techno that surges to the cosmos on warm solar synths and chattery percussion from the Windy City. "Return" is deeper and infused with a warm sense of machine soul then "Onward" has some fantastic drum programming and pinging kick drums that sweep you up and along for a most thrilling ride.
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Vaporize (12")
Cat: KA 134. Rel: 21 Nov 06
  1. Vaporize (part 1)
  2. Vaporize (part 2)
Review: Peter Horrevorts once again kicks over the dancefloor as sound-vaporizer. He delivers with "Vaporize" a stunning two tracker of a timeless electronic masterpiece. "Vaporize Part 1" comes with a forward rolling bassline and a really big portion of lightness whereas "Vaporize Part 2" sounds more deep, with mysterious and moody elements, but also always warm-hearted.
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Archive Fever (Adamo Golan remix) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HRM 001. Rel: 18 Feb 19
  1. Francis Harris - "Archive Fever" (7:07)
  2. Francis Harris - "Archive Fever" (Adamo Golan remix) (5:00)
  3. Hamatsuki - "Kandzaia" (8:42)
  4. Hamatsuki - "Picnic Attack" (7:17)
Review: Tbilisi's infamous Bassiani spot already has its own label, but now the queer-centric Horoom space within the club is launching an imprint of its own. Opening up the A side of this split 12", Francis Harris is a great choice for the first drop on the label with his smoky take on deep house sinking under the skin and leaving a chill in the air. Adamo Golan takes this seductively spooky mood and injects it with uptempo but equally submerged broken beats via his remix of "Archive Fever". Hamatsuki presents two original tracks on the B side, and while very different "Kandzaia" and "Picnic Attack" both project a more mellow side-room ambience that's a joy to sink into.
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Burnt (12")
Cat: HF 001. Rel: 02 Jun 15
  1. Burnt (6:11)
  2. Hard To Breathe (6:44)
Review: If the smiley face clad centre label wasn't a sizeable enough clue, Happy Family is a new project from New York staples Eric Duncan and Justin Vandervolgen which sees the pair try their hand at acid house. Both are closely associated with disco edits of course, but if you've seen either DJ you'll know they are well up on all forms of dance music. This expertise is deployed perfectly on the two tracks here, with "Burnt" a relentless exercise in strobelit 303 madness that is a no brainer for the sweatiest part of a DJ set. They tone it down a bit on "Hard To Breathe" which despite the title is an altogether looser production with plenty of room between the tumbling drums and hypnotic lead synth lines.
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Dots EP (12")
Cat: TERM 143. Rel: 27 Sep 17
  1. Dots (6:30)
  2. Sirius (6:11)
  3. Prometheus (6:59)
Review: Since first pitching up on Terminal M back in 2015, Metodi Hristov has become one of the Monika Kruse-helmed label's most consistent artists. Predictably, his latest effort ticks all the right boxes. The title track, in particular, is something of a throbbing late night treat, with the Bulgarian producer wrapping a forthright, arpeggio-driven techno group with creepy melody lines and trippy, Eastern European tech-house effects. Flip to the B-side for "Sirius", a kind of "Plastic Dreams"/Romanian tech-house/8-bit videogame music fusion, and the thrillingly heavy and bouncy "Prometheus", whose echo-laden stabs and dubbed-out riffs help to create an infectious late night groove.
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Cat: UQ 065. Rel: 11 Jul 16
  1. Salty Dance (5:51)
  2. The Breach (7:28)
  3. The Essence Of New (7:11)
  4. Phat Harp Ban (5:47)
Review: UK trip hop legend Howie B teaming up with the Jersey deep house don Jus Ed? You better believe it! According to Howie B himself, who proudly declared on his Facebook page "The theme is cinema. The mood is deep." Cinetrax Vol. 1 is the first part of three 12"s which will be presented for the project. The slow grinding electro pop of "Salty Dance" is something that you could have imagined Ryan Gosling cruising the streets of DTLA after midnight in Drive, while "The Breach" does have cinematic aspects about it, in a way, but sounds more like an early Robert Hood track on -8; we really liked this bleepy and cyclical excursion in minimalism. On the flip "The Essence Of New" fuels some exotic daydream fantasies with its chilled and atmospheric beats while "Phat Harp Ban" is a darkly aquatic smack electro number, that brings to mind that epic underwater bank heist in scene in Sexy Beast.
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Muck EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MGM 06. Rel: 21 Oct 19
  1. Alpha Decay
  2. Tachyon
  3. Muck
  4. Stocha
Review: The sixth installment on Malin Genie's self-titled label welcomes Will & Ink resident Yaleesa Hall into the fold. Regular collaborators Malin and Yaleesa have turned out plenty of joint 12"s in the past on Will & Ink and this very label, and they sound more comfortable and sonically aligned than ever on this mighty record. There's no messing with "Alpha Decay," a loose and lysergic dubby techno workout. "Tachyon" orbits a similar soundworld, but shears the fat away for a minimal palette that sounds powerful echoing around the ample space in the mix. "Muck" slips into freaky after hours house territory, and "Stocha" drops a massive Basic Channel dub techno chord around a whisper of a beat to devastating effect.
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Living With Ants (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 015. Rel: 09 Sep 19
  1. Catso
  2. Why Look At Animals
  3. The Brush
  4. Slim Filter
Review: Helena Hauff returns to her own Return To Disorder label after last year's joyously received "Qualm" album on Ninja Tune. It's the first fully solo record Hauff has released herself, and it more than lives up to expectation. "Catso" is a wonderfully expressive slice of noirish electro draped in vintage synth arps and twinkling leads as enchanting as they are spooky. "Why Look At Animals" has a more low down funk, but once again sports the richly harmonic synth hooks to make this appeal right across the board. "The Brush" ups the tempo, but keeps things sparse and moody, while "Slim Filter" gets a touch more nasty and sounds utterly fantastic with it. Compared to her rabid DJ sets, these productions represent the more measured side of Hauff, but they're no less deadly.
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Revenge (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: DABJ 1228. Rel: 30 May 18
  1. Revenge (5:10)
  2. Forest Wave (5:49)
  3. Fragment (5:16)
  4. Zulu Tribe (6:24)
Review: Hot Glaswegian imprint Dixon Avenue Basement Jams follows up great releases by local lad Big Miz, VernoN and the controversial Marquis Hawkes with this terrific effort by Hissman aka Fabio Monesi. The Italian DJ and producer is founder of Wilson Records and Hardmoon London. On the Revenge EP, Hissman serves up roughed up and dusted down techno jams on the lo-fi tip, as heard on the hypnotic night drive of "Forest Wave". There's also the noisy heads-down space journey of "Fragment" that bleeds through the other side of all the tape distortion and finally the relentless old school euphoria of "Zulu Tribe".
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47 014 (12")
Cat: 47 014. Rel: 05 Mar 18
  1. Revelation (4:45)
  2. Concussion (5:22)
  3. Locust (5:03)
  4. Gravity (3:59)
Review: William J.Youngman's Headless Horseman project has created a new and exciting techno sound that was only an offshoot of EBM and industrial in years past. Stepping out of his own imprint, the dark horseman lands on Tommy Four Seven's excellent 47 label, tearing through the speakers from the get-go thanks to the toxic sounds of "Revelation", and the even nastier sway of "Concussion". Metallic and hard-nosed in absolutely every way, "Locust" follows up on that with a menacing pounce of beats and cavernous bass, while "Gravity" breaks the techno groove for something much more in line with the likes of Powell's Diagonal output. Big boy sounds.
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Cat: HDB 084. Rel: 22 May 14
  1. Girl U So Strong
  2. Take Me Away
Review: It's been a little while since Kyle Hall dropped his album The Boat Party, but now the Detroit powerhouse is back on Hyperdub to indulge the freakier end of his studio output inline with his previous Kaychunk 12" for Kode 9's outpost. "Girl U So Strong" is a stirring beast of a track, starting in scattered fragments of bass patterns, vocal snippets and woodblock hits, gradually forming into a starlit stepper of the highest calibre. "Take Me Away" comes on like a Detroit take on the Purple phenomenon, all sticky synth lines and Mega Drive melodies but roughed up with ample grittiness.
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Tracks & Traps (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: PB 002. Rel: 31 Oct 16
  1. The Void (3:27)
  2. Slagwise (6:14)
  3. Acied Bummer (5:44)
  4. Quite Vicious (7:01)
  5. Serenity Wars (6:38)
Review: It's not all minimal techno in Romania, as the P-Balans crew ably demonstrate on this second release from local hero The Holy Fix. The synths come down thick and gloopy on "The Void" before "Slagwise" ramps up the horror tones with a perfect distillation of what makes a soundtrack pop off. This is nightmarish disco music in the vein of Maiovvi and the like, and it's delivered impeccably. There is a greater focus on club tones amongst the atmospheric FX on Tracks & Traps though, with "Quite Vicious" in particular conjuring up a thrilling, madcap romp through buffed up disco techno.
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Kinetic Drawing (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: WB 019. Rel: 24 Oct 16
  1. Kinetic Drawing (8:08)
  2. Kinetic Drawing (Porn Sword Tobacco Yoga BBQ Night Beach edit) (8:53)
Review: Always known as a wild maverick on the fringes of electronic music, Healing Force Project follows up on stellar appearances for Firecracker and Bedouin to deliver this incisive creation to Wicked Bass. With drums at strange angles and a certain touch of discordant dread around the synth tones lingering in the background, one would think "Kinetic Drawing" is a chaotic, clamouring mess, but instead it comes on like a poised, perfect slice of transcendental mystery. For those wanting a little structure to work such a mood into the mix, who better than Porn Sword Tobacco to shake a little salt into the track with his "Yoga BBQ Night Beach Edit"?
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Le Theatre Des Operations (2xLP + insert)
Cat: DE 184. Rel: 06 Nov 17
  1. Underwater Sequence (5:56)
  2. Frozen Voices (5:22)
  3. Time X (feat Miss Kittin) (5:35)
  4. Dancing Mekanik (5:44)
  5. Dark Neon (6:45)
  6. Body Diktat (5:10)
  7. Complicated Dances (5:30)
  8. Camisole Chimique (6:34)
Review: 2017 has been a good year for fans of The Hacker AKA long-serving producer Michel Amato. Having already impressed via rock solid EPs on Stilleben and Bordello a Parigi, Amato delivers his first full-length excursion since 2014. As you'd probably expect, Les Theatre Des Operations tends towards the alien and intergalactic, with Amato serving up a range of tracks rich in bleeping electronic melodies, unfussy drum machine rhythms and angular, TB-303 style basslines. As usual, the eight tracks neatly blur the boundaries between techno and electro - both rhythmically and sonically - while regular collaborator Miss Kittin lends a hand on moody and mind-altering LP highlight "Time X", adding some typically sleazy and stylish spoken word vocals.
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Played by: 3.14, Ali Renault, Tijana T
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A Fossil Begins To Bray (limited pink vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: DAIS 143LPC2. Rel: 08 Nov 19
  1. A Desire, Nameless (4:11)
  2. Fabrication Of Silence (4:01)
  3. A Fossil Begins To Bray (4:55)
  4. Akoluthic Phase (5:10)
  5. Shatter The Gangue Of Piety (7:16)
  6. Submerged Dragon (2:25)
  7. Iahklu (3:26)
  8. Feed My Ancestors (4:38)
Review: Hiro Kone says this new album "considers the power of absence as neither a lack or deficit, but as a quiet, indeterminable force to cultivate in this time of looming and unrelenting techno-fascism". Musically it is dark and rugged, with unsettling atmospheres and lumpy drums blurring the lines between ambient and deep techno. Plenty of the tracks have industrial overtones and make it feel like you're in some sort of factory in a state of post-production decay, which makes it all the more cinematic and absorbing. In these times of social and po-litical turmoil, it is a nice place to get lost.
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Keep On (2xLP)
Cat: LH 1221. Rel: 05 Feb 13
  1. Awareness
  2. Humitly
  3. Deep To Deep
  4. Overcome (feat Select)
  5. Break Trough
  6. Inheritance
  7. Direction
  8. Incorruptible
Review: Despite being born and raised in Detroit, Luke Hess is rarely mentioned in the same breath as his Motor City peers. Then again, his brand and dub-infused techno doesn't fit neatly into the futurist narrative. This latest full-length flips the script slightly. While it has plenty of dub-flecked moments (see "Overcome" and "Humility"), there's a greater reliance on melody over mood. While this could be a reflection of the involvement of collaborator Omar-S, it's more likely an indication of Hess's development as a producer. Moving from hypnotic deep house to robust techno via beatless interludes, Keep On is Hess's most accessible set to date.
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Nonlin (limited coloured vinyl LP + MP3 download code in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: GI 346LPC1. Rel: 15 Nov 19
  1. Cloudloss (3:44)
  2. Subtractive Skies (6:45)
  3. A Planet Left Behind (3:31)
  4. Attractor B (5:30)
  5. The Nature Remaining (2:36)
  6. Nonlin (5:13)
  7. Reverse Culture Music (6:04)
  8. The Spring In Chartreuse (3:22)
  9. American Spiral (5:29)
Review: Steve Hauschildt's profile has been on a steady rise since he moved from his long time home of Kranky to Ghostly International. It was a logical move to partner up with the Ann Arbor label as it encouraged the emotional side of his regal ambient pieces to shine through in line with the sensitive tones of other Ghostly alumni (Tycho, Telefon Tel Aviv, Shigeto, for example). On his second album for the label, Hauschildt sounds more moving than ever, his winsome compositions reaching towards bigger spaces especially on rhythmically charged tracks like "Subtractive Skies". This is no drastic departure from his established identity, but rather a considered evolution towards a new space in which his muse can reside.
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Cat: HDBLP 021. Rel: 31 Oct 13
  1. Dr Echt
  2. Oneiroi
  3. Serendip
  4. Chance Of Rain
  5. Melt
  6. Still/Dromos
  7. Thrax
  8. Ainnome
  9. Out
Review: To say that Lauren Halo's peculiar brand of organic-electronic fusion is "acclaimed" would be an understatement. Her 2012 debut LP, Quarantine, was named as The Wire's album of the year. Here, the Ann Arbor raised producer continues to dazzle with another off-kilter selection of curious compositions. Veering from tipsy, near ambient soundscapes (see the unruly "Serendip" and psychedelic "Melt") to clattering percussion jams ("Oneiroi"), via deep techno ("Chance of Rain") and blissful musical simplicity (the piano lament of "Out" and beatless tropical jazz of "Dr Echt"), Chance of Rain is every bit as enthralling, unusual and inspiring as its predecessor. That's high praise indeed.
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