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AceMo EP (12")
Cat: VPR 10. Rel: 27 Sep 18
  1. REM Dance (6:43)
  2. Get It From The Sound (5:30)
  3. The Essence (6:23)
  4. Speedn N Smokin (6:23)
Played by: Mark Forshaw, Tr One, Savile
 in stock $12.23
Nude (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: AL 0020. Rel: 30 Oct 18
  1. Dawning (3:56)
  2. Awakening Machines (6:06)
  3. Random Notes Orchestra (6:55)
  4. Nude (3:38)
  5. Panchromatic (8:25)
  6. Tachykardia (feat Delhia De France) (4:16)
  7. Point Of No Return (5:35)
  8. Buchla's Dreaming (3:44)
  9. Studies In Dance Theory (6:51)
  10. Mystery (feat Jono McCleery) (4:47)
  11. Ultraschall (3:52)
  12. Ray (Re-incarnation) (4:07)
  13. Track 13 (4:51)
 in stock $24.71
Le Desordre Et La Nuit (limited silver vinyl LP)
Cat: CITI 020. Rel: 05 Jul 16
  1. Deranged (3:44)
  2. Hey (5:48)
  3. The Labyrinth (6:17)
  4. The Warehouse (6:23)
Review: Michel Amato aka Amato is a French producer more widely known as The Hacker. Alongside Miss Kittin, Amato has been a cornerstone of the European house, techno, and electro scene, dropping singles and album like bombs. Having contributed to a previous split 12" on Cititrax, Amato returns to Minimal Wave's sister label with a wondrous homage to industrial, EBM and electro in Le Desordre De La Nuit. The difference between The Hacker and Amato? The sounds of The Hacker are more constrained than this particular whirlpool of pseudo electro and gargling quasi techno. Whatever you want to call it, these four slammers are all made for the dark room dance, each one nastier than the other and all of them audibly produced by an artist with plenty of experience and effectiveness know-how.
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  1. Amato - "Physique" (5:13)
  2. Tzusing - "King Of System" (5:06)
  3. An-I - "Mutter" (6:00)
  4. Broken English Club - "Glass" (5:28)
Review: There's a delightfully celebratory feel about this debut volume of Cititrax Tracks, a new 12" series from Minimal Wave offshoot Cititrax. As beautifully presented as we've come to expect, Tracks Volume 1 boasts a quartet of dancefloor-ready smashers from a blend of new faces and label stalwarts. Amato (aka The Hacker) kicks things off with the glistening EBM funk of "Physique" - all restless synth refrains and pounding bottom end - before LIES affiliate Tsuzing go all dark, psychedelic and twisted on the thrillingly intense, acid-flecked "King of System". An-I go all DAF (with a touch of Front 242) on the fuzzy and dystopian stomper "Mutter", before Cititrax regulars Broken English Club delivers a storming chunk of industrial-tinged analogue funk ("Glass"). Bravo!
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Cat: HYPE 46. Rel: 20 Jul 15
  1. Lucretio - "Vampire Killer" (6:22)
  2. Lucretio - "Shinobi World" (5:33)
  3. Marieu - "Corona" (4:00)
  4. Marieu - "McGraw" (6:38)
Review: The Analogue Copes, made up of the part machine-part man duo that is Lucretio and Marieu, have now solidly established themselves at the base of contemporary house and techno. Moreover, the pair have, and always have had, an instantly recognizable sound; their hardware approach and funky yet driving grooves are always a pleasure on both the Juno HQ speakers and the ol' Funktion One's. For their latest outing on the UK's Hypercolour imprint, they've chosen to deliver two tracks each: Lucretio comes through with the disco-filtered stabs of "Vampire Killer", and the 80's electro number "Shinobi World", while Marieu goes deeper and housier on "Corona", but leaves the funky servings for last on the excellent sample-fueled "McGraw". Quality, as per usual, from the Coppers.
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City EP (12")
Cat: WM 007. Rel: 12 Nov 15
  1. Aevus (0:42)
  2. Fog City (6:05)
  3. Extension (6:34)
  4. Hominid (0:52)
  5. Drone Techno (5:46)
  6. City 2 (6:16)
Review: The White Material label could hardly be called prolific. Three years in, they've released just six EPs, though each of those was something of a gem, with multiple calls for represses. The latest White Material offering throws the spotlight on one of the collective's lesser heralded names in Alvin Aronson. Like much techno coming out of The Big Apple right now, Aronson seems inspired by the dual delights of bleak, industrial-influenced bangers, and more atmospheric, IDM and ambient influenced fare. Over the course of six tracks, he explores both thoroughly here, moving from the crystalline ambience of opener "Aevus", and eyes-closed electronica of "Fog City", to the metallic hits, buzzing electronics and hypnotic grooves of "Drone Techno" and "City 2".
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Cat: DUSKNOTES 006. Rel: 04 Jul 19
  1. ASC - "Barycentre" (8:06)
  2. Imugem Orihasam - "Anacasico" (6:44)
  3. Soramimi - "The Lightworker" (6:19)
  4. Cory James - "C61" (6:28)
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K7
Cat: K 7333EP. Rel: 20 Jul 16
  1. Gut Man Cometh (Matthew Herberts Feel Right Rub) (6:40)
  2. Destroyer (FOLD Lean Tape version) (6:59)
Review: The master of wacky techno returns. Matthew Dear donned his notorious Audion moniker again for his first album in years under the guise. The Alpha LP featured about a dozen woozy and disorienting dancefloor destroyers and two selections are present here getting the remix treatment by two fellow innovators. The legendary Matthew Herbert remixes "Gut Man Cometh", scaling back the high-octane psychedelia of the original into a driving journey track with interestingly spiced up vocal samples. Aus Music regular FOLD turns "Destroyer" into a tough deep house stomper with emotive pads being supported by some gutsy stomp and shuffle.
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DE: 10.03 (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ASGDE 022. Rel: 05 Apr 19
  1. John Beltran - "Juliette" (5:48)
  2. Mark Archer - "Depth From Within" (5:49)
  3. Future Beat Alliance - "Reflected Notes" (4:14)
  4. Max 404 - "Butterflying" (5:54)
 in stock $10.14
Capsule (12")
Cat: DC 171. Rel: 17 May 17
  1. Capsule (6:27)
  2. In Love (6:43)
  3. Atmosfear (6:17)
  4. We Are E (6:34)
Review: Adam Beyer teams up with Pig & Dan on the new Capsule EP and they sure aren't messing around. The Drumcode boss knew he could call upon his label stalwarts for EP packed full of main room power tools with the peak time in mind. The adrenalised, forceful stomp and grind of the title track gets things off to a good start, while the druggy and head rush inducing muscle of "In Love" is bound for some real hands in the air moments. On the flip "We Are E" leaves little to the imagination on this heady and bass driven trip through the early hours of a heaving stadium dancefloor... where things are starting to get real weird. Then those ravey church organs come in and it starts getting right crazy!
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Phenomena Part 1 (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: ODDEVEN 013SP. Rel: 24 Jun 19
  1. Phenomena (6:16)
  2. Until The End (6:35)
  3. Transmission (7:06)
  4. Vera (5:59)
 in stock $11.71
Suburban Hunting (limited heavyweight coloured splattered vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: CITI 018. Rel: 23 Nov 15
  1. Nursing Home (2:18)
  2. Vacant (5:50)
  3. Derelict (5:31)
  4. Godless (6:10)
  5. Scum (4:02)
  6. Tourist Zone (4:16)
  7. Crime (6:19)
  8. Suburban Hunting (6:14)
  9. Knives (6:07)
  10. Prayer Space (5:13)
  11. Shallow Pits (2:04)
Review: It's been a delight to see Oliver Ho's Broken English Club project develop artistically over recent times, with some fine records for Jealous God and Veronica Vasicka's Cititrax label along the way. Suburban Hunting sees Ho deliver his debut Broken English Club album, featuring some 11 tracks of primitive electronics and cinematic pseudo techno cuts. Tunes like "Vacant", "Derelict", or "Scum" all share a loose techno framework, but the real aesthetic is much vaster than that, verging on remnants of post-punk, industrial and all that goodness and hybrid class that came out of the late 1980's. It's another fine addition to the sublime Cititrax discography, and we recommended it just as much as the previous numbers.
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Medusa (12")
Cat: TR 3. Rel: 02 Jun 15
  1. Medusa
  2. Medusa (Don Williams remix)
Review: Always a man with his hand on the swing button, Stephen Brown knows a thing or two about funk in a techno world, but on this single for Technorama there's a distinctly house finish to the track. That's helped in no small part by the soulful vocal lick that runs through the middle of the track, even if the beats still bump with the roughness that he has made his name on. Don Williams ups the ante on his remix by slicing the remix up into fine slithers and fattening up the drums to make for a big room beast of the highest calibre.
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Deep In (Len Faki remixes) (limited transparent vinyl 12")
Cat: LFRMX 002. Rel: 16 Aug 17
  1. Deep In (Len Faki Hardspace mix) (6:10)
  2. Deep In (Len Faki Deepspace mix) (6:16)
Review: Stephen Brown's "Deep In" first surfaced last summer, delivering a breezy dancefloor punch to the guts full of bouncy techno drums, analogue synth-bass and fluttering vocal samples. A year on it returns, this time reworked by long serving Berlin producer Len Faki. On the A-style you'll find the "Hardspace Mix", in which Faki puts a rocket under the Edinborough producer's original. While it remains bouncy and the female vocal samples take pride of place, the percussion is tougher and closer in feel to classic Motor City rhythms. Turn to side B and you'll find the "Deepsace Mix", a thrillingly hypnotic interpretation seemingly tailor made to cause commotion in German clubs at 7am. Deep, driving and percussive, it's a real Teutonic treat.
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Pre Dawn (12")
Cat: NONPLUS 043. Rel: 03 Nov 17
  1. Pre Dawn (8:16)
  2. Indoors (7:30)
Review: For all his innovation, Burial has historically shied away from delivering full-throttle, mind-altering club bangers. Certainly, we can't remember him serving up anything as rhythmically intense as the two dystopian techno slammers showcased on this 12". Both feature many of his usual sonic trademarks - oodles of vinyl crackle, end-of-days aural textures and creepy ambient electronics - but are underpinned by bombastic 4/4 beats rather than sparse, post-dubstep rhythms. A-side "Pre-Dawn", a dense and incredibly intense affair, is the more energetic and instant of the two, though weirder and looser flipside "Indoors", which contains some pitched-up rave-era vocal samples and woozy riffs amongst its highlights, is also very impressive.
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Played by: Manos Mara (Bliq)
 in stock $9.10
393X002 (hand-stamped 12")
393
Cat: 393 X002. Rel: 21 Jun 19
  1. Derek Carr - "Distorted Information (Hal Promise)" (6:12)
  2. Derek Carr - "Ejected Into Space (No Suit)" (6:59)
  3. Peter Sweeney - "Fervour Voyage" (7:43)
  4. Peter Sweeney - "Galaxiacid" (5:33)
 in stock $11.44
Cat: GABCAT 010. Rel: 24 Nov 17
  1. My Ghost (7:11)
  2. My Ghost (Roberto Clementi remix) (7:01)
  3. Rebirth (7:27)
  4. The Wrong Night (8:13)
 in stock $10.14
  1. The House Of House (Thomas Schumacher remix) (7:50)
 in stock $9.35
Flame Rave (LP + MP3 download code in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: WAP 383. Rel: 18 Mar 15
  1. Silver Sun (5:17)
  2. To Live And Die In Grantham (7:14)
  3. Springtime Linn (5:54)
  4. Unfurla Cremated (5:46)
 in stock $15.09
Joachim (gold vinyl 7" + sticker)
Cat: LUEL 008. Rel: 02 Jul 19
  1. Joachim (Neue Deutsche Welle Workout) (7:06)
  2. Hey! Hey! (Vokuhila edition) (6:30)
 in stock $11.19
Working Class Woman (LP + booklet + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 250. Rel: 05 Oct 18
  1. Your Biggest Fan (4:24)
  2. Work It (4:25)
  3. The Psychologist (4:41)
  4. Lara (3:08)
  5. Day Dreaming (4:13)
  6. The Tunnel (3:35)
  7. Workaholic Paranoid Bitch (4:51)
  8. So Right (5:07)
  9. Burn Me (5:16)
  10. La Chambre Interieure (3:02)
Review: Earlier in the year, modern minimal wave and coldwave hero Marie Davidson signed a high-profile deal with Ninja Tune. Here, she makes good on that contract, following a couple of killer singles with what could be her strongest album to date. After setting the tone with clandestine, tongue-in-cheek opener "Your Biggest Fan" - a creepy spoken word cut taking aim at stalker-line fans to the accompaniment of heavy analogue synth bass and creepy computer bleeps - Davidson giddily flits between elastic dancefloor workouts (the brilliantly sleazy "Work It" and mind-altering "Workaholic Paranoid Bitch"), attractive post-EBM instrumentals (the psychedelic and fizzing "Lara"), meditative ambient melodiousness ("Day Dreaming"), bizarre experimental weirdness (the suitable dystopian "The Tunnel"), and stylish analogue pop (the whispered vocals and off-kilter early morning funk of "So Right").
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Cat: FP 001. Rel: 06 Mar 18
  1. No Memories Planned (6:12)
  2. Time Tubes (6:31)
  3. Causal Loop (6:27)
  4. The Long Now (3:44)
 in stock $12.48
Good Day Bad Day EP (140 gram vinyl 12" limited to 220 copies)
Cat: GV 006. Rel: 28 Nov 16
  1. Derp Journal (6:03)
  2. Bogart Space (6:41)
  3. Good Day Bad Day (7:02)
  4. Flashmelo (7:07)
Review: Long time minimal techno pusher Franklin De Costa steps up to Jersey City label Green Village to thrown down a ruckus with four serious cuts of advanced house and techno. "Derp Journal" may be flippant in name, but the bassline it packs is not to be trifled with, nor the edgy drums and lashings of reverb. "Bogart Space" is a more house-minded affair, but it's still reaching to a contemplative space using unfamiliar sounds. "Good Day Bad Day" gets into a cyclical, psychedelic mood thanks to a trippy synth circling overhead, but then the EP gets dealt a tough finishing blow by the cranked up hustle of "Flashmelo", coming on like a crunchy mid 00s minimal jam of the highest order.
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Meraki (12")
Cat: COR 12158. Rel: 03 Oct 18
  1. Meraki (6:35)
  2. Sonorous (6:13)
  3. My Blurred Dream (7:38)
 in stock $9.62
Cat: PAMPA 027. Rel: 28 Nov 16
  1. How Close To Be (4:51)
  2. Me Too (5:11)
Review: Mike Dehnert's sublime output has been largely restricted to his own Fachwerk label over the last eight years, so it's surprisingly refreshing to see him branch out to other contemporary labels. His native Pampa imprint seems like the perfect place for his stripped-back shades of house music, and "How Close To Be", with its driving, fuzzed-out bassline makes for the perfect accompaniment to the tune's brooding vocal samples. On the B-side, "Me Too" is lo-fi in very sense of the word, once again dropping on a layer of eerie yet sentimental voices to take the track from odd to the utterly bizarre. In our eyes, that is a good thing...
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Senida (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: STRBLT 002. Rel: 22 Aug 16
  1. Jotunn
  2. 30700
  3. Snotra
  4. Senida
Review: Senida, Strobelight's second release, is a reprisal by the well seasoned and acclaimed producer Ruxpin under the alias Den Nard Husher and is his first ep under the alias since his 1999 2x12 "Nard's Groove" on Thule. The diverse selections of this ep are thunderous yet warm and emotive and illustrate the styles on the NY based label Strobelight Network.
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Cat: SINO 027. Rel: 25 Apr 13
  1. Untitled A1 (Ben Klock remix)
  2. Untitled A2 (Edwin Oosterwal remix)
  3. Untitled A1 (Ben Klock bonus dub)
Review: As a self-confessed Terrence Dixon obsessive, this writer found it difficult to accept the concept of his work being remixed at all. That said, Ben Klock does a fine job of imbuing the Detroit producer's music with a sense of dance floor abandon. Klock's main version sees the Berlin producer lay down an insistent, stripped back groove, its shrieking stabs hitting the listener like the icy jolt of a winter morning. Klock's dub is more rolling and filtered, but contains a punch thanks to its metallic percussive licks. Edwin Oosterwal also delivers a high quality take on "Minimalism", with a slamming rhythm and dry hats providing the basis for a dramatic, sweeping chord sequence.
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Strapon (grey marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: BNR 152. Rel: 20 Jun 16
  1. Strapon (5:26)
  2. Solar Bird (5:48)
  3. Touch The Ground (4:21)
  4. System (4:42)
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Cat: DYAD 001. Rel: 21 Oct 14
  1. From Another Place
  2. Interface
  3. Interface (Takaaki Itoh remix)
 in stock $9.10
Nervous (12")
Cat: GOOILAND 08. Rel: 10 Sep 13
  1. Do I Make You Nervous?
  2. Don't Let Them In
  3. Hail To The Big Worm
  4. Second Sight
Review: Under the Ekman name, Dutch producer Roel Dijcks has been in devastating form this year, haunting the finer dancehalls with his own distinct brand of dark and nasty electro and techno for Solar One, Abstract Forms and impressive newcomer Berceuse Heroique. Reform for the latter label is perhaps our favourite of the lot but the Nervous EP, Ekman's debut for the splendidly deranged Gooiland Elektro is serious stuff. Both the lead track "Do I Make You Nervous?" and "Hail To The Big Worm" have that grotty Rotterdam squat party vibe that's so appealing about Ekman's productions whilst "Don't Let Them In" mixes the deepset paranoia of a D'Marc Cantu production with brushes of new beat synthetics.
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Louder (12")
Cat: CORRESPONDANT 61. Rel: 10 Jan 18
  1. Suddenly (with Dino Lenny) (7:01)
  2. Echo Silent (Mr TC remix) (8:12)
  3. Echo Silent (11:01)
  4. Suddenly (with Dino Lenny - Jonathan Kusuma remix) (6:46)
Review: Valencia's Fiberroot is up next for Jennifer Cardini's eclectic retro flavoured imprint. The Louder EP follows up a series of great releases on Maceo Plex's Ellum Audio. Starting out with the electric and euphoric adrenaline of "Suddenly" which features Italian dance music legend Dino Lenny on this fine example of new wave Italo disco. The track gets a wicked remix on the flip by the always impressive Indonesian producer Jonathan Kusuma - who takes it into deeper/darker late night territory. Second original offering "Echno Silent" is exactly the kind of infectious indie-dance we've come to expect from Correspondant and will appeal to fans of labelmates Red Axes or Javi Redondo. This also gets a remix - the Optimo Trax affiliated Mr TC out of Glasgow delivers a trippy rendition full of oddball arpeggios and tape saturated atmospherics which is perfect for early evening mood lighting.
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Played by: In Flagranti
 in stock $16.91
Oben/Unten (12")
Cat: 50WEAPONSXTR 04. Rel: 20 Jan 15
  1. Oben (7:20)
  2. Unten (9:43)
Review: Modeselektor's label provides a neat soundtrack for two sides of clubbing on its latest release. "Oben" (German for upper floor) is built for the kind of peak-time action its title suggests and sees Fjaak let loose with a slamming, relentless rhythm, heavy drums and a cut-up of the "Amen" break, while a detached vocal witters away in the background. By contrast, "Unten", which is German for 'bottom' - or, in this context, 'the basement' - is more considered. Cavernous, spacious kicks and heavy claps provide the basis for a chord sequence that flits and floats through the arrangement as randomly as conversations at an after party.
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Flangertrackx 003 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: FLAX 003. Rel: 21 Jun 17
  1. Track 1 (6:03)
  2. Track 2 (3:46)
  3. Track 3 (6:05)
  4. Track 4 (4:41)
  5. Track 5 (6:58)
 in stock $9.10
Trine (12")
Cat: TAR 008. Rel: 21 Feb 18
  1. Boy Girl Action (9:55)
  2. Trine (8:00)
  3. I See You (6:12)
Review: Low Pressings co-founder Chris Burns has been serving up techno treats as Flow for going on 21 years. He's had fallow periods, of course, and this first appearance for Tardis Records marks his first outing for two years. The producer's rave-era roots shine through loud and clear throughout. These influences are particularly obvious on revivalist early UK hardcore workout "Trine" - a real saucer-eyed affair rich in bustling breakbeats, sped-up vocal stabs and rush-inducing riffs - but can also be heard amongst the melancholic strings and bombastic, UK garage style sub-bass of 10-minute A-side "Boy Girl Action". We're of the opinion that this is the EP's best moment, though the quality threshold remains refreshingly high throughout.
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Played by: Moreon & Baffa, Midland
 in stock $16.13
Cat: BEC 5161187. Rel: 20 Apr 12
  1. Jacques In The Box
  2. Our Futur (Loud disco mix)
Review: Laurent Garnier began the LBS (Live Booth Sessions or Loud Bass & Samples) concept in 2010, as a means of experimenting with live techniques. The crew incorporates Garnier himself, as well as Benjamin Rippert on keyboards and Scan X on machines. The Timeless EP begins with "Jacques In The Box" delivering a full-impact slice of techno sprinkled with surging synthesisers and climbing polyphonic key strokes. The percussion seems to melt into one element as the kick drum drives this fast, hard and slightly euphoric techno jam. Loud Disco's mix of "Our Futur" will surely capture the ears of any large crowd caught in the reverie of a darkened nightclub, with a notable chord progression and sharp, saturated snare drum.
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Cat: REDIMENSION 006. Rel: 31 Oct 18
  1. The Siren (7:31)
  2. Lightnings (7:03)
  3. Niet (6:24)
  4. The Whirl (6:05)
 in stock $13.52
Means To Freedom (LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: LIES 142. Rel: 05 Jul 19
  1. Of Hyperborea (5:15)
  2. Wild Horses (4:23)
  3. Olympus Panspermia (5:42)
  4. Temple Of Pervesius (4:04)
  5. De Astra Planeti (3:40)
  6. Gladio Is Free (4:38)
  7. Fist Of Gladio (5:34)
Played by: ROTCIV
 in stock $17.95
Surface Variations I (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GREYSCALE 01. Rel: 21 Jan 16
  1. Surface I (8:14)
  2. Surface I (Ohrwert alter) (6:00)
  3. Surface II (reconstructed) (10:21)
Played by: Idealist, Kessell
 in stock $11.97
Cat: TPN 011. Rel: 01 Feb 19
  1. How To Fake Success (6:29)
  2. Optical Glasses (5:57)
  3. At The Beginning It Was Only Noise (6:43)
  4. Party Monster (6:12)
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Cat: HYPE 067. Rel: 07 Dec 17
  1. Artin (6:57)
  2. Cahen (5:09)
  3. Artin (Zenker Brothers remix) (6:09)
  4. Brown (6:42)
 in stock $8.58
Water Cave (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: HBR 001. Rel: 21 Mar 16
  1. Water Cave
  2. Sensus
  3. Sensus (Martinez remix)
  4. Volcanics
Review: Josefine Hellstrom Hansson's debut track "Water Cave" on HMWLA received ADJ support from AIlario Alicante, Robert Babicz, Piemont, Slam, Paco Osuna, Horse Meat Disco, Nick Warren, Gabriel Ananda and Ame. Now the Malmo-based producer and DJ readies a three track techno / house EP on HMWL's vinyl sublabel Heartbreak Records. On A-side alongside "Water Cave" Josefine offers a peak hour techno weapon called "Sensus". On B-side we find the smooth melodic "Volcanics" at 118 BPM while fellow swede Martinez deconstructs Sensus into a jazzy, mellow piece of minimal tech.
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Cat: PLAY 023. Rel: 17 Jan 18
  1. Stop Lorraine (No Ones Gunna Stop mix) (8:22)
  2. Triangle (Another Epic Breakdown mix) (6:30)
  3. Nairobi Candles (Fuck Rachel Tension mix) (5:58)
 in stock $9.10
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: OBSM 004. Rel: 28 Mar 18
  1. Inverted Scale (5:48)
  2. Spiritual Machines (3:26)
  3. Glass Effect (4:02)
  4. Spiritual Machines (Orbe remix) (6:56)
  5. RJ45 (Crossing Avenue rework) (6:41)
 in stock $9.88
Themes From My Future Self (180 gram vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: MT 002. Rel: 14 Feb 18
  1. Der Merowinger (9:50)
  2. Pure Awareness (4:42)
  3. Second Track (8:06)
 in stock $10.39
  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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Cat: AUS 108. Rel: 17 Nov 16
  1. Do You Feel Me (feat Roy Davis Jnr) (8:22)
  2. Weapon 2 (dub) (8:01)
  3. Weapon 3 (7:58)
 in stock $8.58
PSTN Ghosts (12" limited to 150 copies)
Cat: PAREIDOLIA 005. Rel: 30 May 19
  1. The Train (5:10)
  2. Level 1 (4:14)
  3. 602 (12:05)
 in stock $11.97
Lost Embers (limited 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: GOOD 008. Rel: 09 Mar 16
  1. Dark Jazz Delay (5:48)
  2. Ethernet (3:35)
  3. Weatherboard (8:04)
  4. Tracking Olympus (5:18)
  5. Analogue Vista (1:14)
  6. Mantle Ships (11:06)
Review: Brian Not Brian's Going Good imprint has thus far proved particularly good at defying convention in favour of harder-to-pigeonhole thrills. Who better to turn to, then, that Ewan Jansen, a producer who has been delivering off-kilter house music on and off since 1997. Predictably, Lost Embers is an intriguing diverse and atmospheric set, variously touching on dreamy, Aphex Twin style ambience ("Ethernet" and "Analogue Vista"), loose-limbed techno positivity ("Weatherboard" and "Mantle Ships"), jazz-flecked downtempo brilliance (the fantastic "Tracking Olympus"), and Mood Hut/1080p style new age deep house eccentricity ("Dark Jazz Delay"). While pleasingly varied, it all feels typically warm and dusty, as you'd expect from a producer who still values analogue hardware.
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  1. Decompression (dBridge Ambient Pressure mix) (6:24)
  2. Decompression (dBridge Raw edit) (4:06)
  3. Decompression (Konrad Black Decompresha remix) (6:35)
  4. Decompression (Nathan Jonson Rewind To 96 mix) (6:31)
Review: Canadian techno maestro Mathew Jonson burst onto the scene in a big way in the mid noughties. One of his breakout tunes was in the form of "Decompression" released on Richie Hawtin's esteemed m_nus imprint. Now the 2005 dancefloor bomb gets a series of modern revisions by an all star cast. dBridge's "Ambient Pressure remix" is even more brooding and atmospheric than the original. The cavernous sonar bleeps, gloomy pads and sharp rhythms of the original remain, except for its signature 'techstep' style sub-bass: which is replaced by a gnarly, glitched out arpeggio. Autonomic and all round UK drum and bass hero dBridge steps up next, with an 'edit' but it's actually the breakneck junglist steeper that the track has been begging to be transformed into for years: it's worth the wait! Elsewhere, fellow British Columbian and Wagon Repairman Konrad Black appears with more great music after a long hiatus: he too returning to his UK influenced roots (don't forget some of his first tunes were on the likes of Ed Rush & Optical's Virus Recordings), albeit taking his cues from the more modern post UK bass sounds on his remix of the timeless classic.
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