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Dr Ritmo
Dr Ritmo (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: GEEZA 001. Rel: 01 Mar 24
Perdoname 30 (6:05)
Dr Ritmo (5:56)
Carasho (6:47)
Very Perdido (5:56)
Review: Juaan is an Argentinian producer who was last spotted delivering the 22247003 EP to 22Recordings and now makes the move to Egyptian label Geeza. The vibe on Juaan's releases is raw outboard energy with a focus on ear-catching riffs and an edgy demeanour which wouldn't sound out of place on labels like EYA. 'Perdoname 30' has a spooky feel to the creeping lead lines which should serve you well when you want to creep out the dancefloor. 'Dr Ritmo' maintains the mood while exploring a sound akin to early Model 500 - a quality which maintains throughout the release.
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! low stock $16.08
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LL 003
LL 003 (12")
Cat: LL 003. Rel: 12 Feb 24
Approaching The Peak (7:16)
My Machine Walks (6:31)
Return To The Summit (6:35)
Over Cloud (5:59)
Review: Lion & Lamb is the pub turned cult club in London that hosts special sessions from some of London's key electronic tastemakers such as Craig Richards, Radioactive Man, Butter Side Up and plenty more. In 2020 it launched a label that is as just as essential and Henry Hyde is next up complete the one release a year schedule it has favoured so far. He offers four tracks of froward thinking tech house starting with the full throttle funk of 'Approaching The Peak' then much more dubby and stripped back 'My Machine Walks'. 'Return To The Summit' takes off into the cosmos on fluttering synth leads and 'Over Cloud' is the trippiest of the lot with watery droplets and crispy percussion.
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 in stock $12.92
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Fragments Of Reality Vol 6
Rhythms Of Prescott - "Three One Two" (7:41)
Aguila - "Dress 2 Sweat" (5:53)
Duowe & Picasso - "Delayed Fizz" (6:45)
Tom Frankel - "Unintended Consequences" (6:55)
Review: The sixth edition of the Luther Vine-curated Fragments Of Reality offers up four new workouts bulging with urgency and style. Upfront and upbeat disco house from Rhythms of Prescott opens the collection like a volcanic eruption, 'Three One Two' being the work of Irish-born, London-based Wizkid, definitely a name to watch out for. 'Dress 2 Sweat' by Aguila follows, with 90s-inspired filtered vocal samples gliding on top of a warm, sun-kissed bassline. Flip it over for 'Delayed Fizz' by Douwe and Picasso with its chiselled grooves and urbanesque electro twists, while the brassy, cheeky 'Unintended Consequences' by Tom Frankel completes the set in style.
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Tags: Tech House
 in stock $19.51
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Acid Test 01.1 (reissue)
Cat: ACIDTEST 011. Rel: 28 Feb 24
Nonneo (5:08)
Mystified Acid (2024 rework) (6:55)
Nonneo (Donato Dozzy remix) (7:32)
Love & Sex Acid (5:52)
Review: Tin Man has been on a mission to find the human heart in his machines for many years now and it all started with Acid Test 01.1. This vintage package now gets reissued on his home label Acid Test and it is as alluring and heady now as it was back then, first time around. The way he bends and blends his 303, smears it across the subtle, soft, deep house and techno drums and allows it to make a lasting, lingering impression is second to none on the opener. From there a 2024 rework ups the energy slightly and then a Donato Doozy rework gets even deeper before 'Love & Sex Acid' closes in a warming fashion.
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Played by: Man Power
Tags: Acid House
 in stock $14.24
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Chicago At Midnight (feat Delano Smith mix)
Cat: PRTR 28. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Cagomi (Delano Smith remix) (7:01)
Cagomi (Reshape) (6:47)
Fenders (6:04)
Review: Goettingen's long standing dub techno servant XDB takes us to Chicago At Midnight with this new 12" on Pariter. 'Fenders' is one and is a deliciously elastic rhythm with rolling kick drums setting a hypnotic groove as the bubbly synths rise up through the mix. 'Cagomi', more edgy and amped up with gritty hits and swaying bass, gets a new lease of life after first surfacing on XDB's Metrolux Music back in 2009. The same cut gets a remix from Delano Smith that's more rooted to the floor in the Detroit man's usual textbook style. A classy outing from all, then.
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 in stock $13.71
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We Ain't Like Them (feat DJ Bone remix)
Cat: FR 01. Rel: 26 Feb 24
We Ain't Like Them (5:13)
We Ain't Like Them (DJ Bone remix) (6:06)
Bimini Road (4:27)
Vandelay (5:10)
Review: The king is dead, long live the king, as they say - except in this case the late king is DJ Bone's legendary Subject Detroit label, which has now been shuttered after 25 years, and the newly anointed king is his new outlet Further, taken from his Amsterdam parties of the same name. It kicks off with a pair of new EPs on the same day and this is the first from Yeti Mind Tricks. 'We Ain't Like Them' is a hammering Motor City techno cut for the peak time which Bone remixes into a more stripped-back but no less edgy and potent cut. On the flip are 'Bimini Road' and 'Vandelay,' both of which bring stylish techno drenched in machine soul.
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 in stock $14.24
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Eastside EP
Cat: AR 019. Rel: 19 Feb 24
You Always Hank Bank One Time (7:32)
Another Spring Lover (6:30)
I'm Gonna Be The Everything (6:20)
Slick Nickle Pladium Investment (4:19)
Review: Adeen Records is on a roll right now and this time out they welcome the Detroit hero that is Marcellus Pittman for a new and beguiling four-track 12". Known for his work with The 3 Chairs collective as well as his solo jams, this Motor City mainstay opens up with 'You Always Hank Bank One Time' which is a real mental maze of rickety loops and blurts of degraded synth. 'Another Spring Lover' is another rusty and lo-fi piece of archetypal Detroit house that is very clearly machine music but with a unique sense of human soul. 'I'm Gonna Be The Everything' is a raw drum track with sparse, heartwarming chords and 'Slick Nickle Pladium Investment' is a knackered downbeat hip-hop closer. Magnificent.
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 in stock $14.50
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Casino Classix (reissue)
Cat: IFACH 011. Rel: 26 Feb 24
Ringer (7:06)
Hoppa (2:45)
Hot Pot (6:01)
Beach Club (4:39)
Review: Casino Classix is one of several aliases for legendary minimal man Baby Ford. Here it is also the name of a four-track EP that finds the long time UK underground operative working alongside fellow British techno luminary Mark Broom on a quartet of devastating cuts. 'Ringer' opens up with some dark and nimble baselines darting about beneath a dense layer of percussion and FX. 'Hoppa' is then a more precise and minimalist cut with wonky bass snaking down low beneath the icy hi-hats and jumbled toms. There is a warm dub depth to 'Hot Pot' to kick off the flip and 'Beach Club' shuts down with a restless mix of synth daubs and deft percussion over an ice cold groove.


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Tags: Minimal
 in stock $15.29
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Andaman EP
Cat: ABT 001. Rel: 26 Feb 24
Kahakai (feat Malie) (6:42)
Jangil (6:07)
Galathea (7:06)
Hinam (6:30)
Review: Sindh combines old and new worlds on his latest mystic hymns, this time kicking off the A-Biotic label with his dark and alluring four-track EP 'Andaman'. He manages to fuse organic and synthetic materials here as he heads down a darkly introspective path where minimal and IDM, dub and techno all collide in mutant form. 'Jangil' is a real standout with its bubbling halftime rhythms and icy synths backed by distant angelic chorals. The bewitching sounds continue on 'Galathea' which rides back and forth on its heels as subtle sines, scurrying synths and menacing pads all interlock before 'Hinam' locks you in a dense synth stasis and loopy sense of lurching rhythm.

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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $14.50
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Bombs From The Bunker
Bombs From The Bunker (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: DMT 014. Rel: 25 Sep 23
Sheller (6:06)
Get Loose (6:24)
Detonate (5:59)
Instajam (5:25)
Review: Once again Dungeon Meat provides the heat for discerning dancefloors with this latest EP from their new signing Scott Diaz. Bringing the finest tracky business straight from his beefy bunker to your turntables, there's no messing with these meaty beats. After hearing some short demos versions on Instagram, Brawther and Tristan da Cunha quickly got in touch with Scott to snap up the tracks and cherry pick a smoking hot selection resulting in these four killer cuts designed for DJ (ab)Use only. Scott is an extremely talented producer who is behind the high grade NITELIFE sample packs and we are very happy to have him join our band of beat bandits.
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 in stock $16.87
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Luminous Machines
Luminous Machines (limited transparent fluorescent pink vinyl 2xLP + download card with 8 additional ambient tracks)
Cat: PLANT43 013LP. Rel: 12 Feb 24
Solar Luminosity (5:16)
Haunting The Depths (5:58)
Luminous Machines (5:47)
Hibernation Base (5:09)
Fixed Point Rotation (6:00)
Alternative Engines (5:29)
Phosphorescent Headlights (6:21)
Inside Is Out (6:14)
Review: Plant43 is the alias of Emile Facey, one of electro's most tireless innovators. He has a vast discography that never fails to prove he can speak through his machines more ably than just about anyone in the game, and certainly within the genre. Luminous Machines comes on his own label and is an album, his eighth in all, of cinematic and futuristic jams written before a gig at Tresor in April this year. 'Haunting The Depths' has an icy minimalism to it, with crisp drums and snappy hits all underpinned by textured bass. The title cut is a restless affair that pings about the stereo field with squiggling lines and loopy breaks and 'Fixed Point Rotation' has a more dark and menacing feel. These are just some of the highlights of another standout collection.

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 in stock $31.62
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Sheet One (30th Anniversary Edition)
Cat: NOMU 22VLP. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Drp (1:40)
Plasticity (10:36)
Gak (5:41)
Okx (0:30)
Helikopter (6:12)
Glob (8:34)
Plasticine (11:18)
Koma (4:03)
Vokx (0:40)
Smak (9:05)
Ovokx (1:08)
Review: A truly landmark album in the history of techno, Richie Hawtin set the bar very high for himself and his Plastikman alias with this record. Sheet One is fabled in many ways, from the notorious blotter-sheet sleeve to the inscription about drug consumption on the run-out groove, but its the music itself which has stood the test of time. Wringing layers of emotion from a 303 beyond what most thought was possible, Hawtin created an exciting new extrapolation of the Detroit techno he took his lead from, foreshadowing the increased minimalism which was yet to come. Some 30 years old and still a dazzling masterpiece of modern electronic music, it's sounding better than ever on this special edition reissue via Novamute.
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 in stock $26.11
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Environment Control
Cat: NE 95. Rel: 23 Feb 24
Environment Control (3:17)
Smothering Dreams (11:09)
Dark Territory (8:03)
Breaking Waves (7:27)
Deflection V (8:13)
Modeless Singularity (7:37)
Arctic Horizon (10:26)
Interlude (Sound Stroke) (3:51)
Review: The highly anticipated secnd full length album from Polar Inertia is here. It makes absolute sense that 'Environment Control' makes its way to the Swedish label Northern Electronics. For those that know the label and this artist, it seems like the perfect pairing. Formed in 2010, Polar Inertia has been one of the leading new producers of darker techno. The title track is opener and a sign of things to come. Futuristic techno of the upmost. These tracks engulf you with their power and depth. Some tracks are sinister and foreboding while others are atmospheric and cavernous. 'Artic Horizon' shows the deft touch of his producing ability. Sinister techno beats shrouded in a deep haze of ambience give off the impression that you are almost outside a club listening to the techno inside. For fans of techno and ambient, you are hard pressed to find a producer who does it better. These copies are sure to go fast so pick one up as quick as you can.
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 in stock $30.85
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I Am A Dancer (remixes)
Cat: SYST 01386. Rel: 29 Feb 24
I Am A Dancer (Marc Romboy & Sinisa Tamamovic mix) (6:55)
I Am A Dancer (Skatman remix) (7:04)
I Am A Dancer (Dense & Pika remix) (5:58)
Review: The already well-travelled 'I Am a Dancer' cut that was originally produced by Marc Romboy and C.A.R. and debuted on Kompakt's acclaimed Total 21 album now undergoes some vibrant transformations with three new mixes. Marc Romboy & Sinisa Tamamovic goes first and make it into a steamy, weighty but deep and pulsing track that drips with sweat and lust. The Skatman remix is much more for the big room with its grinding low ends and epic breakdowns and Dense & Pika then bring some unstoppable and rolling waves of techno power to their version. Cheers.
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 in stock $22.94
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Signs
Signs (hand-stamped LP 再出版)
Cat: PEAK 018. Rel: 19 Feb 24
In Circuits (5:05)
4k Murmurs (feat J) (7:04)
Stadium Drive (5:37)
Pinned (7:22)
Blue (7:09)
We Should Keep Going (6:38)
Review: Chicago trio Purelink prove themselves to be sonic alchemists once more as they serve up a bewitching brew that pulls apart the essence of ambient, dub tech and electronica to rebuild all new musical forms. Ever since forming first in 2020, Tommy Paslaski (aka Concave Reflection), Ben Paulson (aka Kindtree), and Akeem Asani (aka Millia) have regularly got together in a studio workshop to explore "the endless possibilities of a laptop" armed with banks of samples. Now they distill those sessions into music that is beautifully delicate yet captivating - slow and subtle rhythms, deft chords and icy minimalism all unfurl into a richly immersive soundscape here.

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 in stock $24.53
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The Game
The Game (12")
Cat: DOMESTICATED 007. Rel: 23 Feb 24
The Search (4:57)
Def (6:04)
Gradient (2:52)
The Game (6:26)
Freaktown (4:14)
Review: Domesticated has been giving us a great blend of upbeat genres on each and every release since the label first came out. No exception here, Ukraine producer Kiddmisha jams five heaters on one piece of wax. The first cut 'The Search', is a demented and seedy electro cut that is sure to be a hit those who hear it. If you want to hear what bass music subgenre sounds like, then look no further than the monster that is 'Def'. For the B-side, Kiddmisha showcases a few groovier tracks with the infectious 'Gradient' and killer robotic electro of the title track 'The Game'. Fans of dangerous electro like Carl Finlow or what you would find on the Trust label will know what we are talking about. We really like the seedy and sleazy sounds that germinate 'Freaktown' as well. Once you hear these you are likely not to forget them. Wicked EP!
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 in stock $15.29
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A Sides Vol 12 Part IV
Cat: DC 293V4. Rel: 27 Feb 24
Chris Avantgarde - "The Last Time" (7:31)
Bry Ortega - "Discover 9" (6:08)
Massano - "Betraya" (6:05)
Spektre - "Too Far Gone" (6:35)
Review: Adam Beyer's notable techno label Drumcode seems to be as busy as ever of late. The label here rolls out a fourth part of its ongoing A Sides series, which is now up to volume 12. Though the Swede himself doesn't feature, some of his trusty sidemen do starting with Chris Avantgarde who brings big room, hard techno energy to 'The Last Time'. Bry Ortega keeps it just as intense with the machine-gun like synth fire of 'Discover 9', Massano brings some brighter synth loops to the stomping 'Betraya' and Spektre shut down with a mix of hardcore, trance and techno potency on 'Too Far Gone.' Some great DJ weaponry here, for sure.
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Blood Moon
Blood Moon (12" + poster limited to 200 copies)
Cat: ZC 034LTD. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Rhino Rider (6:52)
Northern Lights (6:20)
Blood Moon (6:25)
Mind Transform (6:05)
Review: Dima Gastroler delivers a potent blend of heavy techno drums and dynamic acid lines here while also expressing his reflections on global imbalances through his music. Mixing up melody, emotion, and ambiguity, Gastroler's sound is a tribute to classic electronic music that melds vintage equipment with contemporary production techniques. With a penchant for experimentation and transcending genre boundaries, Gastroler prioritizes the emotional resonance of his compositions. For him, music is a medium to evoke genuine feelings and emotions, driving his creative process beyond mere sonic exploration. To sum up - emotive techno with vintage vibes.
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 in stock $14.24
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Showtime EP
Cat: REKIDS 235. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Klashjamz (4:44)
Showtime (4:32)
HighNRG (5:04)
Jazz Ting (4:57)
Review: Mark Broom is one of the mainstays of the global underground. The UK titan has a recognisable take on house and techno genre that is underpinned by slamming kick and that comes to bare once more now as he lands on fellow legend Radio Slave's Rekids label. These four cuts bring a more house feel to start with as 'Klashjamz' layers up disco strings and vocals into something joyous. 'Showtime' has a garage slip to the loopy, silky drum rotations and 'HighNRG' throws it back with big stabs, percussive drums and chopped up vocal shards. 'Jazz Ting' is an aptly named closer with plenty of steamy sax notes of raw, loopy grooves.
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Played by: Fog
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The Wind
The Wind (gold vinyl 12")
Cat: SYNCRO 43. Rel: 15 Feb 24
Wander (5:39)
Hidden Location (5:36)
The Wind (6:15)
Review: Elias Landberg continues to press ahead with the instantly identifiable Skudge sound, where the best of contemporary techno locks in for tight but funky grooves of the highest calibre. It's not often we see the project break away from the self-titled label, but here it's gracing Syncrophone with some of the finest uptempo, deep-diving gear you'll hear all year. 'Wander' has a snappy strut to the beat and lead riff alike, with the drums coming on like uptempo house as much as techno. 'Hidden Location' locks in harder thanks to the enduring creep of the background pads, while 'The Wind' takes on the dubbiest duties as it stretches out across the B-side.
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Played by: Fog
 in stock $16.35
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Multiplex
Multiplex (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: IT 061. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Multiplex (5:45)
Broke (5:54)
Is It Warm (5:20)
83 Steps (5:22)
Review: Ilian Tape have been sympathetic to the sound of UK bass for some time now, but this new drop from Atrice leans even further into the pervading energy of dubstep as a source of club pressure. The Swiss duo first appeared on Ilian Tape with Q back in 2021, and they're sounding stronger than ever on this latest missive. If 'Multiplex' brings a cybernetic sheen to headsy 140, then 'Is It Warm' does similar work with techy d&b as the pair dice up breakbeats with precision and drape exquisite, shimmering pads over the ruffness. There's also space for crafty techno propulsion on 'Broke' and high-tempo trippiness on '83 Steps', making this a versatile, consistently brilliant release from a rising force in the scene.
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 in stock $14.24
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Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 24 Oct 19
Xtal (4:51)
Tha (9:02)
Pulsewidth (3:48)
Ageispolis (5:21)
I (1:12)
Green Calx (6:05)
Heliosphan (4:50)
We Are The Music Makers (7:45)
Schottkey 7th Path (5:02)
Ptolemy (7:14)
Hedphelym (6:04)
Delphium (5:27)
Actium (7:36)
Review: In line with the timely reappraisal of all things R&S related, the resurgent Apollo have seen the opportunity to bring one of their most celebrated records back for another round. Aphex Twin's ambient recordings mature magnificently with age, sounding ever richer and more emotive as the rest of electronic music continues to play catch up all around. From the gentle breakbeats of "Xtal" to the aquatic techno lure of "Tha", the airy rave of "Pulsewidth" to the heartwrenching composition of "Ageispolis", every track is a perennial example of how far ambient techno could reach even back then. It's just that no-one quite had the arm-span of Richard D. James.
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 in stock $24.53
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Morpheus E
Cat: MORPHEUS 01E. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Placebo (8:16)
Mesmorised (7:39)
Tags: Tech House
 in stock $18.20
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JS 04
JS 04 (12")
Cat: JS 04. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Scrap (5:50)
Dry Mouth (6:13)
It Is To Be (5:57)
Review: Montreal-based label and production outfit Jump Source keep up the busy work rate hot on the heels of their recent five-track with a new drop. The three tracks here are all very much from the future - opener 'Scrap' is a fizzing, electric, static-laced minimal and tech groove with deft drums and plenty of wonky lines. 'Dry Mouth' gets a little more loose and more fluid but is still built from abstract sound designs and malfunctioning AI takes on techno. Last but not least, 'It Is To Be' brings a little late-night dub warmth to the table.
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 in stock $17.13
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Kosmos
Kosmos (12")
Cat: KEY 038. Rel: 29 Feb 24
27 (feat Viktoriia) (5:40)
Unknown Error (5:35)
Don't Call Me Baby (feat Viktoriia) (5:53)
La Noche (6:01)
Review: Key Vinyl is the concern of French techno man Freddy K and next up on his excellent imprint is a young and developing artist by the name of Atonism. He hails from Spain and once again shows his class here with a little help from the vocals of Viktoriia. His brand of techno is punchy and direct but not sort of nuance - the opener has some funk in the kicks and mystery in the scratchy vocals then 'Unknown Error' gets unhinged and disorientating in terms of its twisted synths. 'Don't Call Me Baby' is bubbly, wet minimal and 'La Noche' shuts down with surging synths, unrelenting drums and hammering hits.
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Heimat II
Heimat II (translucent purple vinyl 12")
Cat: RYCL 020. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Arkan - "Submarine" (5:45)
Decka - "Circumvent" (5:54)
Yant - "Moving" (5:55)
Hitam - "Venusian Wind" (5:14)
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Arseholes Liars & Electronic Pioneers
Cat: PDONLP 003. Rel: 05 Feb 24
People (Ah Yeah) (with Bobby Gillespie) (4:31)
Love One Self (with Joe Love) (4:37)
Up Is Down (with DJ Genesis) (4:44)
Steal & Adapt (OR) (4:34)
Start To Fade (with Josh Caffe) (5:35)
Help (4:43)
Fields Of Fire (7:57)
GRNDR (3:38)
Touch The State Of That (with Jennifer Touch) (7:15)
The Motion (with Mutado Pintado) (6:16)
Review: When it comes to wresting maximum emotion and energy from analogue electronic instruments, few artists can match acid revivalists Paranoid London. They've certainly made their machines sing on Arseholes, Liars & Electronic Pioneers, their third full length excursion. Kicking off with the EBM-meets-acid growl of Joe Lewis hook-up 'Love One Self', the set includes such gems as 'People (Ah Yeah)' (an ambient acid number featuring Bobby Gillespie on vocals), the hard-wired acid trippiness of 'Up Is Down' (with DJ Genesis), the squelchy and spacey excellence of 'Start To Fade' (with Josh Caffe), the acid-electro brilliance of 'GRINDR' and a genuine future anthem in Mutado Pintado collab 'The Motion'.
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 in stock $27.41
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South Signatures
South Signatures (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: MR 021. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Madrigal (5:29)
Heat (4:36)
Aogiri Tree (4:21)
Stratford Fog (4:54)
South Signatures (4:31)
Review: Raffaele Attanasio has been gradually becoming a big name in Italian techno over the past decade and his latest 'South Signatures' 12" is turning up on the German label Mutual Rytm, which looks to be a match made in heaven. This EP houses five strong high energy dancefloor punishers that are not for the faint of heart. 'Madrigal' is a strong melodic techno burner that is perfect for the main stage of any techno festival. Powerful and futuristic, it adds an aura of trance to the building of the melody. 'Heat' is a techno dancefloor workout for the headstrong. 'Aogin Tree' is more traditional styled loopy techno that you would find on Drumcode, Zenit or Skunkworks in the early 00s. Blistering track! Our favourite may be the title track itself, for its pure unadulterated fun aspect. If you are into big room sounding techno that grabs your attention, then look no further.
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 in stock $17.40
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They Don't Love It Like We Do
Cat: DT 003. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Vortex (Stripped mix) (7:05)
Vortex (Busy mix) (5:42)
In Your Head (6:09)
Eyez On U (5:34)
Sending (6:50)
Review: Fresh from a surprise - but no less surprisingly sublime - appearance on Timedance, Ploy returns home to the Deaf Test imprint he set up as a vehicle for his productions back in 2022. As usual, what's on offer is a fresh-but-nostalgic set of cuts full of audible nods to heavyweight dancefloor styles of the 90s. The A-side boasts two top-notch takes on 'Vortex': the bleep-and-breaks style sub-heavy shuffle of the 'Stripped Mix' and the early 90s UK techno heaviness of the more expansive 'Busy Mix'. Over on side B, trippy and energy-packed throb-job 'In Your Head' is followed by the moody bass propelled breakbeat house of 'Eyes On You' and the early Orbital-esque excellence of 'Sending'.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Overcome/Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)
Cat: TR 11:11. Rel: 21 Apr 23
Overcome (9:00)
Lady Science (NYC Sunrise) (9:22)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: Trelik returns with a repackaged edition of one of the catalogue's most treasured releases. "Overcome" and "Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)" need little introduction, and now come sporting the new TR11:11 matrix number. Written and produced by Thomas Melchior and Baby Ford aka Soul Capsule, these tracks came from one of the many sessions recorded at the West London Ifach Studio in 1999. On the A Side "Overcome" is stripped back and energetic, driven by rolling and shuffling garage style beats, tight bubbling bass and atmospheric synth pads. The intermittent vocal samples and the release's signature organ set you up for the flip, "Lady Science (NYC Sunrise)". Possibly one of house music's most emotive pieces, the track builds slowly with the introduction of each part building a story of soulful optimism based around a sparse palette of deep synths, uplifting keys and warm analogue bass. The understated beauty of the main vocal riff never seems to grow old or tired with the track lending itself perfectly to either main room, peak-time play or after-hours sessions alike. Remastered by Rashad at D & M.
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Triumph EP
Cat: PERLON 136. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Triumph (6:16)
Waiting For My Love (5:37)
Close The Door (5:05)
Fear & Madness In The Desert (5:59)
Review: This is the thirrd release by the amazing Italian producer Ivan Iacobucci for the Perlon label. The previous two were so well received, this next one was destined to come out sooner than later. Perlon fans know what to expect from their label of choice and Ivan delivers the goods. Those addictively quirky and fonky jackin' minimal techno jams. The title track is that and then some! We especially like the sexy jam 'Waiting For My Love'. Expect the unexpected when you flip over the record as 'Close the Door' is a full-on acid banger that combines high energy techno into what sounds like a video game soundtrack theme song! Closing things out is the wild sounding 'Fear & Madness in the Desert'. We are smiling at the thought of someone playing out these corkers to audience. Expect to see WTF typefaces everywhere!
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 in stock $13.19
32
Pimping People In High Places (reissue)
Cat: DET 313R. Rel: 29 Jan 24
Pimping People In High Places (Woodword Ave alternative mix) (6:51)
The Medusa Touch (6:51)
Review: The Det 313 label is kicking off the new year with a bang and dropping a pair of brilliant new EPs on the same day in late January. This one is a reissue of the esteemed Gary Martin's 'Pimping People In High Places' on 10". It's the Woodword Ave alternative mix that kicks off and is a rough and ready percussive techno looper with hefty basslines underlapping and propping up the floor. 'The Medusa Touch' is a more wily and synth laced-late night jaunt with mystic energy and acid details that make it a deep and dramatic cut with real dynamism.
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33
Antiposition
Antiposition (LP limited to 300 copies)
Cat: PEAK 19. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Hex (5:33)
Bizarre Servants (5:23)
Antiposition (5:52)
Sunken Skies (5:24)
Diminished Ark (5:30)
Sounding Bodies (7:33)
Review: Peak Oil welcomes UK duo Wrecked Lightship for 'Antiposition', a debut EP on the label from the pair of Laurie Osborne (once known as Appleblim) and Adam Winchester aka Dot Product. The pair refine their sound and bring a range of innovative rhythms here with elements of dub, d&b, tribal sounds and deft sound design across hard-to-define cuts. 'Hex' is a cosmic broken techno trip, 'Bizarre Servants' is a slower and heavier dub and 'Sunken Skies' is prickly and kinetic as it flirts with live sounding drum & bass tropes and 'Diminished Ark' as well as with wispy sine waves, refracted melodies and barely there rhythms.
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34
By Any Other Name
By Any Other Name (limited numbered orange marbled vinyl 3xLP)
Cat: WEME 083. Rel: 16 Feb 24
Mental Cube - "Sightings" (4:32)
Yage - "1st Calling" (4:21)
FSOL - "Across The River" (4:28)
Indo Tribe - "Great Danger" (5:06)
Smart Systems - "Corridor Lm3" (3:39)
FSOL - "She's So Automatic" (4:30)
Mental Cube - "Keep Walking" (4:12)
Dope Module - "In A Cage" (4:51)
Yage - "Under The Rock" (2:14)
Smart Systems - "Visual Attack" (4:36)
Smart Systems - "You Might" (4:44)
Yage - "Garden Bridge" (3:07)
Dope Module - "We Bring It" (5:35)
Dope Module - "Kremlin Taped" (1:50)
Yage - "Travellers" (4:20)
Indo Tribe - "Just Look" (4:40)
Yage - "831AM" (5:52)
Review: Without a doubt, one of the most anticipated reissue compilations of the year is this collection of Future Sound of London side projects. In 2007 this was a CD-only compilation of early 90s tracks as well as unreleased ones from the same age. As the lore of FSOL continues to grow over the past 30+ years, their side projects have gotten more and more attention from the people who love those early rave sounds. Now for the first time, a vinyl version of it with no less than a 3x12 to harness all this early 90s techno goodness. All the tracks are by Dougans and Cobain and the aliases are the same. This 2007 album however has a wealth of new material from the same time period as Earthbeat. It is amazing that one release like this by two producers can be such a prime example of the UK sound that changed dance music forever. If you want the 90s UK rave reissue of the year, here it is!
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35
Fresh!!! EP
Fresh!!! EP (hand-stamped 12" limited to 200 copies)
Cat: DREP 2058. Rel: 14 Feb 24
ND Fresh (7:18)
As You
I Smoke
Review: Texas based producer Ben Hixon has been garnering a wide following with his clever old-skool influenced house tracks. The feature track 'ND Fresh', spreads its' wings over the entire A-side. This house builder has the ability to tear the roof of the party. A strong, tribal and urban builder that creates a scene on the dancefloor. With his background as a multi-instrumentalist and recording engineer, you get an interesting and unique approach on rhythm within the house genre. The two B-sides offer up some great material as well. 'As You' is a soulful stunner that gives off strong deep Chicago vibes. 'I Smoke!!' is the banger of the bunch that will send any party into overdrive. It's great to see and hear someone is making such strong house music from the south there in America. Top Notch!
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 in stock $21.61
36
Ohm Series 9
Cat: OHM 009. Rel: 19 Feb 24
Jamie Anderson & Owain K - "Aqua Dub" (7:36)
Francisco Aguado - "Balance" (7:19)
Star Dub - "Forst" (7:03)
Volpe - "Ever Growing" (6:13)
Review: OHM is quickly becoming a quality imprint you can count on for techno and dub techno. The ninth addition in the series, it calls for an excellent blend of composers to balance this EP out. Veteran Jamie Anderson collabs with the brilliant Owain K on opener. The 'Aqua Dub' builds a euphoria for late night smiles. Smooth is an understatement on this linear gem. One artist on here that's been making strong appearances on many dub techno labels is the ever-talented Francisco Aguado. 'Balance' is a great tribal transition track for any DJ who can it creatively to build the means to an end. On the second side, Star Dub offers the very addictive and techy 'Forst'. Ending on a high note, the brisk and flighty 'Ever Growing' by Volpe completes the ninth edition in a rapturous mood. If you like deep techno, the OHM series is a must to collect.
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37
A Sides Vol 12 Part 2
Cat: DC 293V2. Rel: 20 Feb 24
Adam Beyer - "Take Me There" (feat DJ Rush - Carl Cox remix) (6:24)
Matt Guy - "Give Me What I Want" (6:16)
ADHS - "2STEP" (6:22)
Kaiserdisco - "Get On The Dancefloor" (6:51)
Review: The big room techno don that is Adam Beyer is back with more potent techno weaponry on his own Drumcode label, this time with part two of the 12th volume of his A-Sides series. His 'Take Me There' is first up in remix form and Carl Cox flips it into a surging peak time roller. Matt Guy's 'Give Me What I Want' is an emotive banger with big synth energy and reverberating vocals while ADHS's '2STEP' hits hard with its flaming drums and trance-y synths. Kaiserdisco then brings dark, stomping warehouse energy to their raved-ready 'Get On The Dancefloor.'
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38
Ministry Of Sound: Origins Of Techno
VARIOUS
Cat: MOSLP 543. Rel: 20 Sep 19
Cybotron - "Clear" (4:55)
LFO - "LFO" (5:18)
System 7 & Derrick May - "Mysterious Traveller" (Groovy Intent mix) (8:06)
Frankie Knuckles - "Baby Wants To Ride" (with Jamie Principle - extended mix) (8:37)
E-Dancer & Kevin Saunderson - "Velocity Funk" (extended mix) (5:37)
Reese & Santonio - "The Sound" (6:51)
Mr Fingers - "Can You Feel It?" (5:29)
Blake Baxter - "When We Used To Play" (8:16)
E-Dancer & Kevin Saunderson - "Rock To The Beat" (extended mix) (6:46)
Joey Beltram - "Life Force" (4:22)
Robert Hood - "The Pace" (9:44)
Psyche & BFC - "Elements" (6:51)
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39
Reptilian Tank (reissue)
Reptilian Tank (reissue) (mustard marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: TRUNCATE 26. Rel: 30 Nov 23
Reptilian Tank
Reptilian Tank (Truncate remix)
Review: DJ Hyperactive's now-defunct Contact was the label that first put out this cult cut from 1996. Some 25 years later it now gets a welcome reissue on Truncate's own self-titled label and features a remix from the techno titan himself. 'Reptilian Tank' gets a breath of new life and a refreshing new remix by label boss Truncate. First up is the original - a head-wrecking, panel-beating techno rave-up with wispy pads and pulsating bass that is full of pent-up energy. The remix is a speedy, stripped-back version that races ahead with all the urgency of a shooting star.
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40
Straight Up No Chaser
Straight Up No Chaser (limited 2xLP)
Cat: UAR 015. Rel: 14 Sep 23
Norm Talley - "Blak Bottom" (unreleased edit)
Norm Talley - "The Flip"
Delano Smith - "The Bassline"
Delano Smith - "Travels 23"
Norm Talley - "ISO Vision"
Delano Smith - "The Drive"
Norm Talley - "Believe It"
Delano Smith - "Remembrance"
Review: Norm Talley returns to his Upstairs Asylum label alongside fellow US house pioneer Delano Smith for Straight Up No Chaser, an eight-track opus featuring four solo cuts each. Talley's gritty, dubbed-out, low-rolling house style is present and correct throughout with the loopy chords of 'Blak Bottom' getting things going, 'The Flip' getting more cavernous and aqueous and 'ISO Vision' leaning into dub techno. 'Believe It' is a soulful deep house looper, while Smith gets bubbly with 'The Bassline', lays down thumping kicks on 'Travels 23' and his trademark synth smears on 'The Drive' while 'Remembrance' is a heady dub house cut that locks you into a state of perfect hypnosis.
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41
Las Ramblas (reissue)
Cat: TR 013. Rel: 05 Dec 22
Las Ramblas (part 1) (7:49)
Las Ramblas (part 2) (7:47)
Las Ramblas (part 3) (6:46)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: The first Soul Capsule release gets a timely reissue - certainly if the silly prices it's reached of late on the second hand market - as well as a getting a loving remastering courtesy of D&M. All three parts are swampy, sweaty tech workouts that bump along with an almost indecent willingness to tempt you onto the floor and a groove with way more sexy swing than the minimal genre usually has contact with. Part two is traditionally the most celebrated of the three if internet chatter is to be believed, but some wonderfully subtle go-go percussion makes part three the most immediate of the bunch, with part one's distinctly darkside atmospherics and snippet of female gospel voice clearly wield an air of the classic.
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42
Calling Out
Cat: CMC 288RMX. Rel: 09 Jun 22
Calling Out (7:11)
Calling Out (Floorplan club mix) (8:16)
Calling Out (Floorplan Revival mix) (9:23)
Review: Given that copies of the original 7" release flew off the shelves in record time, it's heartening to see that Classic has decided to give Sophie Lloyd's brilliant "Calling Out" a proper 12" release. Her fantastic original version - a jaunty, floor-friendly gospel treat that sits somewhere between house and disco - is this time accompanied by two fresh rubs from Robert and Lyric Hood's Floorplan project. Naturally, both mixes move further towards sing-along gospel house territory with the fantastic Revival Mix - all crunchy Chicago drums, wild organs, jaunty pianos and relentless chorus - hitting home particularly hard. It's very rare that we describe an EP as being "flawless", but this is as close to perfection as you'll find.
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Tomorrow Comes The Harvest
Cat: 677863 0. Rel: 26 Sep 18
Locked & Loaded (7:46)
Altitudes (7:03)
On The Run (8:07)
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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! low stock $11.07
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Mnemosyne
Mnemosyne (12")
Cat: TRUST 45. Rel: 01 Feb 24
+(82) (5:50)
Sword, NYC (4:47)
Ikebukuro Underground (6:47)
Meduse (3:43)
Review: Privacy bounds into a tenth year of releasing with labels like Klakson, Klasse Wrecks and Cultivated Electronics already under his belt, and now it's the turn of Trust to carry the goods. The goods, as we've come to expect, are high-grade electro and techno with vintage synthesis at their heart. '+(82)' isn't a purely retro track though, but rather it takes a classic Detroit approach and gives it certain discoid shimmer which works a treat. 'Sword, NYC' is a nastier slice of down-low machine funk, while 'Ikebukuro Underground' explores techy 140 in outstanding style. 'Meduse' offers some light relief to play the record out in a more delicate kind of electro style.
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Played by: Mimi
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45
DAHLIA 993
Cat: DAHLIA 993. Rel: 23 Feb 24
Strings From Mars (Sunflower mix) (10:42)
Her Wisdom (6:33)
Hibernation (6:27)
Review: Dahlia commenced operations as a sub label of Delaphine in 2017 with a brief run of on-point 12"s, which has been revived after a hiatus of some six years with this outstanding excursion into deepest house from SAM. The defining feature of the release is fathoms deep pads which bloom out in hushed tones behind elegant beats and dreamy synth lines. Each track is a knockout, but 'Her Wisdom' is especially captivating thanks to the interplay between the tender acid line and the bell-like tones which ping out into the expansive sweep of the chords, gently raising the temperature for a moment of truly soul-enriching dancefloor perfection.
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Tags: Tech House | Minimal
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Echoes Of The Port
Cat: HPNHS 006. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Won't Hurt U (6:33)
No Bazaar (5:53)
Mehr (6:01)
Aspect (7:59)
Played by: Lostlojic
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Sim 01/Trance Textures 2
Cat: SB 004. Rel: 09 Feb 24
Planetoide (6:03)
Loopy Tune (5:45)
Subterranean Express (5:58)
Encountings (7:25)
Review: Roland Klinkenberg is back on Late Night Burners with his Sim o1/Trance Textures 2 EP and does a fine job of hooking you in form the first beat. 'Planetoide' is warm, surging tech house with an underlapping bassline to die for. 'Loopy Tune' is a different proposition with a much more bumpy and playful rhythm full of bounce and 'Encountings' closes down with the more teary eyed and trance-tinged euphoria of the whole EP. In between is the raw, stripped back 'Subterranean Express' to make for a fourth different tune in this fine and varied package.
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Tags: 90s House
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EP Part 2
EP Part 2 (12")
Cat: AOD 017. Rel: 29 Feb 24
Natural Activity (8:01)
Elements (6:58)
Panic Room (7:54)
Pictures Gram (7:54)
 in stock $16.35
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Inner Mirror
Inner Mirror (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: FM 004. Rel: 08 Jan 24
Death Hypnosis (6:41)
Sacrilege (6:14)
Passive Power (6:26)
Crashed On The Space Road (7:10)
Review: Charlou is the solo alias of a French producer who here takes charge of the fourth fantastic outing from Flight Mode. Hr opens up in thumping fashion with 'Death Hypnosis' which has synths fired from a gun like laser rays and throwback acid bass. 'Sacrilege' is even more hard-assed with further retro sci-fi signifiers over hulking great kicks. 'Passive Power' brings more teeth-clenching retro-future techno sounds shot through with synth electricity and the EP highlight comes at the last with 'Crashed On The Space Road' setting off at high speed through the stars and never letting up.
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Blues & Machines EP
Blues & Machines EP (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: PRRUKBLK 096. Rel: 11 Jan 24
Wrong People (5:37)
Blues & Machines (5:42)
Melodrama (5:35)
Back 2 Back (5:39)
 in stock $13.45
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