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Sky Scraping
Sky Scraping (2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: TOKEN 103LP. Rel: 13 Oct 21
  1. Labstract (7:11)
  2. One For The Groove (5:34)
  3. Give In (6:05)
  4. If I Die (5:36)
  5. Coal (5:09)
  6. Run (6:18)
  7. The Drag Train (7:08)
  8. Nano Chameleon (6:09)
Review: For our money, Luke Slater does his best work as Planetary Assault Systems. The iconic British producer now returns with his first album since 2016 and it is brimming with new material. Some of the tracks have been crafted in the audio, others are works taken from his live show as PAS, all of it is mind-melting minimal techno from another dimension, as per usual. There is a real focus on the dance floor here as soft hits, harmonic bells, warped synths all warp and weft their way around the rubbery, pulsing grooves. Of course, plenty of psychedelic colours help define this most stylish of records.
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Feiern (12")
Cat: COR 12170. Rel: 14 Oct 21
  1. Feiern (8:07)
  2. Feiern (dub) (8:07)
 in stock $12.37
The Override Switch
Cat: AX 104. Rel: 13 Oct 21
  1. Homage (5:18)
  2. The River Runs Five Ways (5:28)
  3. Infinite Voyage (5:57)
  4. Crashing (3:16)
  5. Soul Filter Buffet (3:24)
  6. The Sun King (11:23)
  7. Soul Filter (The Dancer) (4:58)
  8. Trigger Happy (With Safety Off) (4:21)
Review: Electronic icon Jeff Mills links up with fellow Detroit talent Rafael Leafar for this one on his own Axis, and it is yet another sublime exploration of the cosmos through the medium of techno. Leafar brings all his next level multi-instrumentalist skills and strong love of jazz to the duo and when combined with Mills' ability to speak through his machines, it makes for a unique record. The icy percussion rolls deep, taking you into another dimension each and every time while the noodling sax brings sombreness and soul. Big, splashy cymbals, dark chords and a real sense of mystery and intrigue keep you utterly locked throughout.
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Played by: ISOUL8 (Volcov)
 in stock $28.48
Floorwax EP (feat Cardopusher & Hrdvsion remixes)
  1. Danger (feat Paris The Black Flu) (4:23)
  2. Floorwax (feat Foremost Poets) (4:39)
  3. Floorwax (feat Foremost Poets - Cardopusher remix) (5:10)
  4. Floorwax (feat Foremost Poets - Hrdvsion remix) (5:05)
Review: Captain Mustache is a new energy in the club scene who surfaced with a bang last year and has since notched up releases on Bordello A Parigi, My Favourite Robot, Bedrock and Kompakt no less. Now he's stepping forth with his biggest belters to date on Return To Disorder, kicking off with the massive 'Danger' featuring certifiable legend Paris The Black Fu on vocal duties. 'Floorwax' is also packing some club scene clout into its electro fantasy, with the mighty Foremost Poets sneaking some spooky lyrics into the mix. On the flip, 'Floorwax' gets remixed by Cardopusher and Hrdvision, who respectively jack the track up and freak it right out, widening the scope of the record without leaving the seedy ambience Return To Disorder prefers to lurk in.
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Age Of Fusion EP
Cat: OPIA 011. Rel: 14 Oct 21
  1. Earth Delight (5:28)
  2. Blood Moon (5:58)
  3. Home (5:18)
  4. Different Places (6:58)
  5. Orion Trance (7:07)
Review: Idris Bena & Paolo Mosca take care of one side each of this tasty new 12" on Opia. Their brand of techno is hugely funky, with a healthy reverie for the past but also a passion to take things forwards. Bena kicks off with 'Earth Delight' which is all happy melodic business and tight, kinetic drums. 'Blood Moon' again brings retro video game melodies to shimmering, well polished tech drums and 'Home' gets busier with the chords and layers up woodpecker hits and sheet metal snares. The b-side is no less intergalactic with 'Different Places' riding a nice buffed up neon bassline while synth modulations get freaky, and last of all 'Orion Trance' brings the subtle waves of euphoria with its trance chords and jacked beats.
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Qwerty EP (reissue)
Cat: DSRX 22. Rel: 14 Oct 21
  1. Dude (6:47)
  2. Seed (5:39)
  3. Qwerty (6:03)
  4. Sea Breeza (7:13)
 in stock $10.94
Lion's Drums Edits: Manos Tsangaris Drum
  1. Manos Tsangaris - "Drum 1" (Lion's Drums edit) (5:04)
  2. Manos Tsangaris - "Drum 2" (Lion's Drums edit) (5:20)
Review: Cocktail D'Amore know a thing or two about party starting wild cards, and thus far Lion's Drums has proven to be adept in that department with drops on Hivern Discs and his own self-titled label. He comes to the Cocktail party with two edits of Manos Tsangaris' powerful drum sermons - visceral percussive flurries from a man with enough rhythm to partake in the lauded Drums Off Chaos project. You should have a good idea from that what these two tracks are about - heavy, physical tracks for maximum dance induction, moments of pure abandon and the odd firework or two.
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Helix (12")
Cat: DSRSTC 2. Rel: 12 Oct 21
  1. Helix (9:41)
  2. Gnosis (7:47)
Review: Steve Rachmad is one of the Netherlands's most assured techno talents. He has a long discography and already assured legacy. For the next release on the rightly acclaimed Delsin Sterac series, he dives into his archives to unearth two timeless dub techno classics. Opener 'Helix' is perfectly smooth and serene, with frictionless drums and shimmering synth work braking back to prime era Detroit techno. 'Gnosis' picks up the pace, is a little more hurried, but still just as gorgeously sleek and soulful' This is the sound of someone speaking ably through their machines, and what a conversation it is.
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Vanishing Point EP
Cat: 7SR 034. Rel: 14 Oct 21
  1. Crimea (6:53)
  2. Oculus (6:02)
  3. Element 115 (4:53)
  4. Wisteria (6:12)
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Deep Talk EP
Cat: SAIS 002. Rel: 07 Oct 21
  1. Walk Walk (5:34)
  2. Deep Talk (4:29)
  3. Goddess Welcoming A Soul (5:21)
  4. Cold White (5:16)
  5. Soul Evolution (5:37)
  6. Do Not Cry (5:33)
Review: Japanese producer Takuya Sugimoto is hugely prolific and for this six track Dei Talk EP he assumed his COLOGNe alias. Originally released on Japanese CD only label Viola in 1999, it offers a great snapshot of his sound where IDM meets techno. These are intelligent tracks that elevate the soul with glistening electronics, inventive drum machine sounds and futuristic ideals. There is loose playfulness on 'Deep Talk,' dark and abstract design on 'Cold White' and heady melody on 'Do Not Cry.'
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Endless (12")
Cat: SUNSAD 001. Rel: 14 Oct 21
  1. Efdemin - "Endless" (13:13)
  2. Vril - "Purge" (7:37)
  3. Vril - "Purge" (Efdemin remix) (6:14)
 in stock $12.95
Acid Dip
Acid Dip (12")
Cat: REKIDS 189. Rel: 14 Oct 21
  1. Acid Dip (8:14)
  2. Armani (11:31)
Review: You always know what you are going to get from Radio Slave, and that is high functioning techno that never fails to make an impact in the club. The man behind the music, Matt Edwards, is one of techno's most enduring and consistent performers and he confirms that again here with the pair of bangers on his own Rekids label. 'Acid Dip' has punchy, funky drums that hammer home the groove with big, bouncy hits bring further dynamics as an occasional slaying synth sprays across the face of the tune. Devastating. 'Armani' is a brian-frying, loopy, synth-heavy workout full of texture.
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Dimensions I
Cat: SUSH 56. Rel: 27 Sep 21
  1. From East To West (feat Soela) (7:11)
  2. Triple Distilled (feat Brawther) (6:05)
  3. Take It (feat Ben Buitendijk) (6:30)
  4. Spirit Funk (feat Thomas Melchior) (6:08)
  5. Dark At Five (feat SIT) (7:35)
  6. Just One More Thing (feat Lawrence) (6:52)
  7. Interference (feat Christopher Ledger) (6:52)
  8. Closer (feat Ricardo Villalobos) (7:45)
Review: Steve O'Sullivan has been a prolific collaborator around the deep techno and minimal scene for a long time now, and he really hammers that point home with this expansive new project on Sushitech. Across eight tracks, the Mosaic maestro teams up with artists ranging from premier league titans like Ricardo Villalobos and Brawther through to emergent talents such as Soela and Ben Buitendijk. Each guest artist brings their particular slant to their track, but O'Sullivan's overarching deepness is the glue that binds the release together in a swirl of dubby pads. The results are consistently classy, but you knew that already right?
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The Dirrty Underground EP
  1. Clitfuck (6:10)
  2. Think You Can Handle It (6:32)
  3. I Love It In My Acid (5:46)
  4. I Fucking Love Berlin (5:12)
Review: Ellen Alien's BPitch Control label has been at the heart of underground Berlin club culture since forever. This new 12" is something of a different sound than you might expect: it comes from Detroit selector, producer and Pure Sonik Records owner DJ T-1000 who brings some hardcore sounds to four fierce cuts. 'Clitfuck' is a big old wall of sound, 'Think You Can Handle It ' pairs hamming kick with squelchy synth motifs and 'I Love It In My Acid' is a throwback rave tune that will take you to the heart of a strobe-lit dance floor in an instant. 'I Fucking Love Berlin' rounds out with peak time energy to spare.
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We Will Dance Together Again
  1. We Will Dance Together Again (Funky Levon live Jam) (14:35)
  2. Bells Phase (Phasing Tribal House) (10:51)
Review: During last year's extended pandemic-related lockdowns, Levon Vincent spent more time in his studio than he has in years. He's been releasing the results this year and plenty of people have (rightly) been impressed with the epic, analogue-rich jams Vincent has shared. His latest two tracker - the NYC producer's fifth of 2021 - continues in a similar vein to its predecessors. While confirmed fans will lap up flipside 'Bells Phase (Phasing Tribal House)' - a surging, slowly building affair that sees a chiming melody ride a scuzzy techno groove - it's the more musically expansive A-side, 'We Will Dance Together Again' that really hits the spot. A near 15-minute excursion that peppers a jacking machine groove with warming live keys, pulsating bass and lovely musical flourishes, it's one of Vincent'smost positive-sounding tracks to date.
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The Shark
The Shark (12" 再出版)
Cat: FTC 02. Rel: 11 Oct 21
  1. Shark (3:28)
  2. Vexed (5:44)
  3. Distant (5:04)
  4. Slam Deep (6:13)
  5. Channel & Transmission (2:00)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: For his first outing of 2020, Kyle Hall returns to the label he founded last year, Forget The Clock, with a suitably strong five-track missive. Check first languid opener "Shark", a splash around in crystal clear waters where simmering chords, luscious pads and glassy-eyed melodic motifs stretch out over bubbly, Latin-tinged drum machine beats and a dubby bassline. Hall makes bolder strides towards the dancefloor on lo-fi house cut "Vexed", before doffing a cap to Larry Heard and Ron Trent on the gorgeous deep house positivity of "Distant". Elsewhere, "Slam Deep" joins the dots between Steve Poindexter and the 2000 Black style of jazzy broken beat, while "Channel & Transmission" is a skewed skip through wonky deep house/jazz-funk fusion.
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Secret Touch
Cat: WRECKS 036. Rel: 12 Oct 21
  1. Azul Electrico (4:56)
  2. Secret Touch (5:36)
  3. Vandal Eyes (5:23)
  4. Vandal Eyes (Luca Lozano'A Perfect Circle remix) (8:16)
Review: At this point we don't know who DJ Steve is. A few years ago, some masterful leftfield disco edits came on the Beats in Space label from an apparent Spanish butcher named DJ Steve, but we sense this is a different person entirely. Mainly because these are prop throwback acid tracks that transport you to a '90s dance floor in an instant. 'Azul Electrico 1' is all rugged bass undulations, cowbells and bleeping melodies. 'Secret Touch' layers in a classic vocal sample to add some soul to the glistening electronics then 'Vandal Eyes' offers a scruffy drum track overlaid with more bleeps and squeaks. Luca Lozano's A Perfect Circle remix is a chunky bit of cosmic tech funk to close down with.
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Silent Call EP
Cat: SCX 018. Rel: 15 Oct 21
  1. Silent Call (6:29)
  2. Nothing Lasts Forever (7:05)
  3. On The Edge (5:25)
  4. Om Namo (7:00)
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Inorganic Demons
Inorganic Demons (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: PSY 004. Rel: 04 Oct 21
  1. Dark Pearl (4:40)
  2. Big D Acid (6:03)
  3. Goatic Cut (feat Yana Pavlova) (4:47)
  4. Underwater (4:25)
  5. Inorganic Demon V (4:48)
  6. The Great Acids (6:11)
Review: Pavel Milyakov has many irons in the fire these days, and he's adding to it once again with the PSY X label. Previously working closely with labels like Gost Zvuk, the Moscow-based artist best known as Buttechno has rightly positioned himself as one of the more prominent artists operating in the Russian techno scene. His sound on this new release is wayward and punky, revelling in knotty acid lines and submerged rhythm sections to arrive at something which feels delightfully deviant. Given the six tracks across this record, there's plenty of space for Milyakov to roam, touching on sparser moments of tension as well as more forthright dance pieces. But experimentation is the glue holding the record together - the singular driving force behind the Buttechno sound, promising much with the launch of this new label.

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Bford 08 (repress)
Bford 08 (repress) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SL 8R. Rel: 27 Sep 21
  1. Very (6:37)
  2. Test (4:12)
  3. Down (5:34)
  4. Percy (5:45)
Review: A repress for four prime slices of classic Baby Ford minimal tech gear, from the rhythm-centric drum machine fest 'Very', the resonant bleepy tones of 'Test', the sparse and spacious 'Down' and the subtle acid undertones of 'Percy'. Baby Ford is finally getting his props as one the UK acid and techno scene's true innovators and pioneers, and these four very mixable tracks are four more reasons why this is only right.
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Utopian Surrealism
Utopian Surrealism (2xLP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: MONNOM 026. Rel: 15 Oct 21
  1. Simulated Reality (Terafactory AI Electronics) (6:26)
  2. The Second Reniassance (Final Dystopia) (6:38)
  3. Universal Future Sound (7:52)
  4. East London Back Alleys (Jungle Techno mix) (6:17)
  5. Industrial Cyber Technologies (7:04)
  6. Opioiding (Fentanyl mix) (5:31)
  7. Utopian Surrealism (4:46)
  8. Fractalize (7:35)
  9. None The Wiser (5:52)
  10. Anthropic Demise (End) (5:13)
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Dimensions II
Cat: SUSH 57. Rel: 27 Sep 21
  1. Still Zero (feat Derek Carr) (7:13)
  2. No Ghosts (feat Steve Rachmad) (7:24)
  3. Midnight Special (feat Mark Broom) (7:39)
  4. Dark Forces (feat Markus Suckut) (6:43)
  5. The Hidden Trail (feat Exos) (7:10)
  6. Elemental Dub (feat Conforce & Prince Morella) (7:00)
  7. Shadowplay (feat Vince Watson) (9:01)
  8. Home Alone (feat Soela) (4:19)
Review: Ever the enthusiastic collaborator, Steve O'Sullivan follows up the first volume of his Dimensions series on Sushitech with another eight stunning partnerships which read like a who's who of contemporary techno. The artists invited span a fair range, from established legends like Mark Broom and Steve Rachmad to inspiring newer artists including Exos and Soela. The whole release hangs together naturally as O'Sullivan's signature dub techno touch slips in amongst the approaches of his chosen sparring partners. From nervy immersion heaters to starry-eyed reveries, this is sophisticated modern techno at its finest, with every track precision engineered to work in the club and take the crowd somewhere very special indeed.
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Say It Loud
Cat: TOKEN 100. Rel: 23 Jul 21
  1. Bang Wap (5:09)
  2. Bolt (6:35)
  3. Say It Loud (6:18)
  4. Shine (5:37)
Review: Everything about this release looks massive: the legend Luke Slater, on Token no less, with an EP titled Say It Loud. Indeed from the first beat of 'Bang Wap' you know you are in for a wild ride with one of techno's expert technicians, on this powerful and functional DJ tool in typically futurist aesthetic. The restrained fury of 'Bolt' is similarly looped and stripped down but still capable of taking you into cerebral realms on the warehouse dancefloor. Over on the flip, the title track is a jacking old school jam centred around its thunderous 909 rhythm patterns and ending with the cyclical and hypnotic energy of 'Shine'.
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Selected Ambient Works 85-92
Cat: AMB 3922LP. Rel: 24 Oct 19
  1. Xtal (4:51)
  2. Tha (9:02)
  3. Pulsewidth (3:48)
  4. Ageispolis (5:21)
  5. I (1:12)
  6. Green Calx (6:05)
  7. Heliosphan (4:50)
  8. We Are The Music Makers (7:45)
  9. Schottkey 7th Path (5:02)
  10. Ptolemy (7:14)
  11. Hedphelym (6:04)
  12. Delphium (5:27)
  13. 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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Ahnonghay (translucent orange vinyl 12")
Cat: NWKT 22OR. Rel: 06 Oct 21
  1. Ahnonghay (Carl Craig remix) (7:25)
  2. Ahnonghay (Dave Clarke remix) (5:55)
  3. Ahnonghay (Kevin Saunderson original Reese mix) (7:04)
Review: Legendary 90s dance band Inner City had a brief stay at the Network label that produced some classic recordings. Here, three techno icons serve up their own contemporary interpretations, with Planet E boss Carl Craig going first. He flips 'Ahnonghay' into a steely, metallic, train track groove that hustles and bustles you into action without ever boiling over. UK Baron Dave Clarke gets much more physical, his frosted synths whipping about next to jacked up perc that is primed for peak time floors. Last of all, Inner City main man Kevin Saunderson draws things out deep, with steamy vocals and future soul colouring his work.
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Played by: Nihad Tule
 in stock $14.39
First Phase
First Phase (limited 12")
Cat: TRUNCATE 22BLACK. Rel: 04 Oct 21
  1. First Phase (Planetary Assault Systems remix) (7:10)
  2. First Phase (4:45)
  3. The Eve (James Ruskin remix) (5:05)
  4. The Eve (5:04)
Review: David Flores aka Truncate presents a 10 year anniversary release on his eponymous imprint, featuring four powerful cuts to pummel the newly reopened dancefloors on the First Phase EP. The direct and functional execution of the title track in its original form is a solid DJ tool that's made to play, with the Planetary Assault Systems remix adding another level of ferocious intensity to it beforehand. Over on the flip, the hypnotic cyclicality of "The Eve" is certainly in the vein of Robert Hood yet finely executed in its own right, while the rework by Blueprint's James Ruskin stays respectful to the original while adding some nice dancefloor dynamics.
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Chicago Is Home
Chicago Is Home (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GAREC 003. Rel: 27 Sep 21
  1. Kid Enigma - "In My Heart" (7:42)
  2. Chicago Skyway - "Lost Track" (4:25)
  3. Dan Ryan - "Opera Jazz" (6:21)
  4. Ed Nine - "Three Hunnit Three" (6:14)
Review: In the endless (warranted) veneration of Chicago's formative house sound, it's easy to overlook the cats still pushing the Windy City scene today. This sizzling hot VA disc on Groove Access celebrates four operators bringing some upfront, no-nonsense heat to the club. Kid Enigma brings a tough, bumping but ultimately deep pressure on 'In My Heart', while Chicago Skyway taps a twisted up, Gherkin Jerkin' kind of tweaked freakery for the wild end of the night. Dan Ryan brings a dreamy, soulful sample vibe strapped to some pumping drums and Ed Nine jacks things out with some choice acid on 'Three Hunnit Three'.
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Stone Techno Series: Orthorhombic
Stone Techno Series: Orthorhombic (180 gram orange marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: T3R 004. Rel: 15 Oct 21
  1. FJAAK - "Modum" (4:34)
  2. Inhalt Der Nacht & Tham - "Schacht" (5:56)
  3. Jamaica Suk - "Steel Rose" (6:09)
  4. Emil Baghino - "Crimea" (5:19)
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Dimensions Parallel Edition
Cat: SUSH 58. Rel: 27 Sep 21
  1. Short Circuit (feat Ricardo Villalobos) (13:21)
  2. The Shadow (feat Thomas Melchior) (10:50)
  3. Beneath The Surface (feat Dana Ruh) (11:45)
  4. Healing Spirals (feat Soela) (9:20)
Review: As if the first two volumes of the Dimensions series weren't enough, Steve O'Sullivan is back on Sushitech with a final Parallels addendum to the collaborative series. On this occasion, the double vinyl set is reserved for four special longform mixes which let the ideas roll out in a truly hypnotic style. Of course, that's exactly how Ricardo Villalobos likes it and 'Short Circuit' tangles up beautifully in a mesh of interlocking rhythmic hiccups and immersive pads. Thomas Melchior holds down a sweet sustained groove for O'Sullivan's illustrious melodics on 'The Shadow' before Dana Ruh helps strip things down even further on the murmuring 'Beneath The Surface'. Soela pops up once again on 'Healing Spirals', lending a delicate and intricate touch which rounds the release off in beautiful, understated style.

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Played by: Myles Serge
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Unselected Protracker Mods
Cat: DSRCIM 3. Rel: 01 Oct 21
  1. Metric (3:41)
  2. Waevstack (5:31)
  3. Throughput (6:01)
  4. Accent One (3:20)
  5. Crash (3:35)
  6. Jex Fill (2:44)
  7. Example (3:10)
  8. Direct Feed (4:18)
  9. Envay (3:26)
Review: You can always be sure that a new record on Delsin will be worth buying. And so it is with this one, which sees CiM return with a nine track opus that has been crafted from his own personal Amiga archives. The project started way back in the 90s and was inspired by the electronica and techno of that time. Simon Walley then set to writing his own sounds via old school tracker techniques and ended up with his own unique style. Most of the tunes here were record own the fly and sound nice and imperfect, lived in and real. There are fire-fly like melodies and crunchy drums, electro basslines and many more gorgeous moments on this tidy record.
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Played by: Myles Serge
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Crispy Bacon (Jeff Mills remix)
Cat: F 055. Rel: 15 Sep 21
  1. Crispy Bacon (original mix) (5:41)
  2. Crispy Bacon (Jeff Mills Solid Sleep mix) (5:22)
Review: There's been much debate over the years about whose version of this seminal track was in fact the best. Laurent Garnier's 1997 classic "Crispy Bacon" gets a vinyl re-issue and it still stands the test of time. You can just imagine how innovative and futuristic this adrenalised peak time weapon sounded like in the mid-nineties. On the flip, the equally legendary Jeff Mills delivers his take on the track, keeping in mind that this is one of only a handful he's ever done. There's relentless and punishing cyclicality on offer here; the sharply resonating loops, that brutally overdriven 808 kick.. it's one of those secret weapons that never leaves the bag of the best techno DJs. Choose your side, but either way it's a definitely a classic!
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Unity Vol 2
Cat: UA 006. Rel: 15 Sep 21
  1. Delano Smith - "Big City Nights" (6:19)
  2. Dorian Gig - "Paralell Universe" (5:30)
  3. Tyree Cooper - "Raw Underground" (6:46)
  4. Norm Talley - "LE Beaubienare" (5:33)
  5. Ataxia - "Take You Back" (5:53)
  6. Brian Kage - "Poly-Phonic Phonk" (5:54)
  7. Gari Romalis - "D-ENV3" (8:03)
Review: Norm Talley has put together a second volume of his Unity series on his own label Upstairs Asylum. It features his nearest and dearest from Chicago and Detroit, all of whom of course serve up perfectly smoky and stripped back deep house and techno grooves to make you move. Delano Smith's characteristic loops lock you in from the off on 'Big City Nights,' Norm himself pairs dub techno chords with suggestive techno stabs that keep you on edge and Brian Kage's 'Poly-Phonic Phonk' is heady, dreamy, richly melodic house bets listened to in a cosy back room at 4 am.
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Namurian Phase EP
Cat: LDR 25. Rel: 12 Oct 21
  1. Mind Control (8:39)
  2. Dual Link (5:33)
  3. Thermodynamic (5:44)
  4. Single Link (4:31)
  5. The Long Stare (5:56)
Review: Waterford native Leonid has been quiet of late but we're glad he's now back on the always excellent Lunar Disko label with a widescreen exploration of deep techno. 'Mind Control' is an absorbing piece of cinematic ambience, with slowly turning rhythms and lush ambient pad work. 'Dual Link' bristles on glistening analogue drums and thick, pixelated chords you almost feel you could grab in to. 'Thermodynamic' marks the high point with bulky, busted drums and undulating acid lines while tow further tracks get a little more heady ('Single Link') and fully cast themselves adrift into the cosmos ('The Long Stare.')
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Deterioration In Quality
Deterioration In Quality (marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: GLTD 008. Rel: 15 Oct 21
  1. Deterioration In Quality (5:20)
  2. Degeneration Mode (6:03)
  3. Degradation (5:21)
  4. Devaluation (5:54)
Played by: Philippe Petit
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Reduction (12")
Cat: GPH 23. Rel: 14 Oct 21
  1. Reduction (6:59)
  2. Spiral Snare (8:16)
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Paper Brain
Cat: MT 002. Rel: 11 Oct 21
  1. Paper Brain (6:33)
  2. Dicephalic Snake (7:55)
  3. Trance Towers (7:06)
  4. Magnetic Latency (5:41)
Review: Following a two-year absence, Sense founder Morphing Territories has finally released the follow-up to his quietly impressive solo debut. Lucid Dreams. There's something pleasingly old-fashioned about title track 'Paper Brain', a snappy and mind-altering affair in which psychedelic TB-303 lines and metallic electronic motifs ride a jacking groove. 'Dicephalic Snake' is deeper, weirder and more sub-heavy, with trippy electronics riding a locked-in late-night beat, while 'Trance Towers' is a quirky, brain-melting take on psychedelic techno. To round things off, Morphing Territories doffs a cap to Snivilisation-era Orbital on the shuffling ambient techno treat that is 'Magnetic Latency'.
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Initiation Part 1
Initiation Part 1 (translucent blue vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: EOR 001. Rel: 13 Oct 21
  1. Tonnovelle - "Intergalactic Travel" (6:29)
  2. Eliaz - "Flying Insect Trap" (7:42)
  3. Steve Marie - "Androgenia" (6:29)
  4. N2O - "V-240" (5:13)
  5. MollySavage - "Heavy Mental" (6:18)
  6. Charlou - "RAID Where Are U" (3:57)
  7. PO - "Cult For New Era" (8:20)
Review: Welcome to new label Era Ora Records who kick off with a blistering array of electro and tech on this various artists compilation. "We were born in a concrete field during an endless night, between Corsica and the world," they say, which maybe explains the alien nature of the transmissions they serve up here. Tonnovelle's 'Intergalactic Travel' kicks off with rugged, acid-laced and jittery techno cut that looks to the cosmos. N2O's 'V-240;' is then a video game soundtrack throwback with turbocharged drums and spangled synths as well as a hellish baby cry stitched in. PO bangs the box on 'Cult For New Era' which is an icy electro banger and MollySavage goes for the jugular on 'Heavy Mental.'
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Vessel (12")
Cat: ROSA 001. Rel: 15 Oct 21
  1. Wet Weather Way (7:31)
  2. New Music New Dance (6:37)
  3. Cultural North (6:42)
  4. States Of Mind: The Farewells (6:57)
Review: New Music New Dance.
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002 (reissue with bonus track)
Cat: AOS (002). Rel: 08 Dec 09
  1. I Hate
  2. Miss You
  3. Untitled
  4. U
  5. Set It Out
Review: Bless up Omar S! The FXHE man is always happy to repress and reissue some of his earlier records for those that missed out at the time and here he offers a welcome chance to dig into a veritable slab of label history. AOS002 is where it all began for Omar S, first released way back in 2003 as a four track 12" of tunnelling techno and deftly sampled Detroit house. It's been repressed several times over the years with more recent editions featuring a bonus untitled track deep into the B side. The limited 2015 edition now comes in three different colours; orange, red, or brown. Whichever you chose this should be considered an essential addition to your FXHE collection.
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Manifold (140 gram vinyl double 12" 再出版)
Cat: VIS 320. Rel: 18 Oct 21
  1. Binary Worlds (8:24)
  2. Covert Ops (5:26)
  3. Shadow Union (5:15)
  4. Isotropic (6:15)
  5. Manifold (6:23)
  6. Mystica (6:12)
  7. Cyclical Pathway (5:36)
  8. Ambrosia (7:13)
Review: REPRESS ALERT: Versalife continues a prolific run of deep and dynamic electro soul with this double pack on 20/20 Vision. The scene is set early on with the smoky pads and crisp drums of "Binary Worlds" - equal parts deep-diving machine soul and body-popping 808 funk. Things get nastier with the strafing monosynth punctuating "Covert Ops" and the edgy creep of "Shadow Union" on to "Manifold"s luxuriant sound world. The quality level remains staggeringly high as we trip through classically informed electro of every shade, adding yet another accomplished payload to the formidable Versalife catalogue.

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I'm Not Like Other PPL
Cat: LT 091. Rel: 13 Oct 21
  1. I'm Not Like Other PPL (6:42)
  2. Dead Droid (6:03)
  3. Secrets (6:45)
  4. Don't Need A Thing (7:29)
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SL 01
SL 01 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SL 1. Rel: 20 Apr 20
  1. Slowhand (10:21)
  2. Tall For His Height (5:17)
  3. Kez (7:15)
Review: Seminal reissue alert! Baby Ford had already been a chart-baiting acid house superstar by the time he launched the PAL SL label in 1996. He'd left behind the major label scene and moved firmly back into the underground with exploratory techno releases on Ifach and collaborations with Mark Broom. This new label marked a shift for Ford though, setting him up for the trips into minimalist club tracks that have been his bread and butter for decades now. From the machine soul trysts of "Slow Hand" to the woozy techno thrust of "Tall For His Height" and the atmospheric house wriggle of "Kez", this release is a classic through and through. Beat the sharks and nab a copy of this long out-of-print gem.
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Nawce Blizzard
Cat: VIVOD 025. Rel: 13 Oct 21
  1. Northdown Acid (5:20)
  2. Imminent Salad (4:33)
  3. Peter Summoning (1:48)
  4. Forbidden Mind (7:18)
  5. Nawce Blizzard (6:13)
Review: Vivod label boss Ali Renault pays tribute to his late friend Peter Mangalore of Human Shield on this moody new EP of twisted electronics. 'Northdown Acid' opens up in downbeat fashion, with glass Italo melodies and busted bass on a rugged groove. 'Imminent Salad' picks its head up to ride a chunky, organic house beat with glistening synths and 'Peter Summoning' is misty and pensive ambient interlude. 'Forbidden Mind' drags its heels to sombre effect, with splashes of cymbal and heavy finger clicks heightening the melancholy. 'Nawce Blizzard' rounds out the EP on a sense of hope and optimism.
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Played by: Ali Renault
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Steel City Dance Discs Vol 23
  1. Doolally (7:35)
  2. Space Ghetto (6:33)
  3. Drago The Destroyer (4:48)
Review: Croydon party starter Skream has pretty much done it all in his time. From being there at dubstep's ground zero, veering off into techno and then tech house, he is now proving himself adept at making blistering breakbeats. That is the order of the day on this new one from Steel City Dance Discs, which kicks off with the bleary-eyed rave sounds of 'Doolally.' 'Space Ghetto' is a piano banger with tons of old school signifiers and off-balance drums that cannot fail to make you stomp while 'Drago The Destroyer' might just be the best of the lot. It sounds like a dubstep tune gone wrong, with spraying bass, dusty breaks and ragged synths running wild.
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Innershades & Jos For Save The Children
Cat: SER 003. Rel: 19 Jul 21
  1. Innershades - "A Better Life" (5:08)
  2. Innershades - "In Their Eyes" (5:20)
  3. Jos - "Rituals Of Resistance" (5:36)
  4. Jos - "The Palace Of Illusions" (5:43)
Review: Innershades has put out a lot of heavyweight club tackle in the past few years, gracing labels like CABARET, Time Passages, Crimes Of The Future and so very many more with plush, high-end hardware house. Now Serenity have brought him on board with Jos for a split EP in support of Save The Children. Innershades takes up the A side with the warm, jacking peak timer 'A Better Life' and the emotionally-charged acid pearler 'In Their Eyes'. On the flip EYA Records boss Jos brings a similarly upfront, bold production style, but favours the slow n' thumping breaks approach over straight up house on 'Rituals Of Resistance'. 'The Palace Of Illusions' is markedly more jacked up, with a peak time thrust to the drums and some big synth hooks to latch onto. Four big time belters, what more could you ask for?
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Biokinetics (25th Anniversary Edition)
  1. Port Gentil (12:21)
  2. Nautical Dub (5:49)
  3. Biokinetics 1 (5:21)
  4. Biokinetics 2 (8:29)
  5. Port Of Call (9:10)
  6. Port Of Nuba (8:08)
  7. Nautical Nuba (9:00)
  8. Nautical Zone (12:10)
Review: Techno scholars have long believed that the release of Porter Ricks' 1996 album Biokinetics was something of a watershed moment. Not quite deep techno, dub techno, ambient techno or abstract experimentalism, but something in between, the album set new standards for sound design, minimalistic percussion programming (Ricardo Villaobos being one who learned much from its use of off-kilter approach) and dancefloor experimentalism. As this remastered 25th anniversary edition proves, Biokentics still sounds fresh, inspired and wonderfully unusual. If anything, it sounds more current now than it did way back in the late 1990s - a sure sign of its timeless, ground-breaking nature.
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Nothing Stops Detroit
Nothing Stops Detroit (clear vinyl 12" 再出版)
Cat: REKIDS 165CLEAR. Rel: 06 Oct 21
  1. Nothing Stops Detroit
  2. 7 Mile Dog
  3. Ignite A War
  4. The Cure
 in stock $12.37
Total Comfort EP
Cat: RHM 040. Rel: 15 Oct 21
  1. Total Comfort (6:52)
  2. Q On 6 (5:41)
  3. Foam To (5:24)
  4. Connect In Rest (5:18)
 in stock $10.94
White Line Sunrise II
White Line Sunrise II (140 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: ERS 037. Rel: 20 Jul 20
  1. White Line Sunrise II (3:05)
  2. Robinson College 10 (5:26)
  3. A Dim & Distant Past (6:09)
  4. Bounc Erec (9:44)
  5. The Weber Traum Boat (part 3) (1:38)
  6. Sada Lost Theme (4:45)
  7. Oriental X0X-Press (Bassmix edit) (6:35)
  8. Ichi (3:08)
  9. The Clock House (part 2) (5:54)
  10. CS (6x8) (7:05)
  11. Roland Corp Labs 05 (edit) (1:32)
  12. Nemesis '01 (7:05)
Review: Roy Of The Ravers may be best known for his lysergic rave pelters, but there's always been a hint of grandiose melancholy in his synth work that suggested there was more to the machine botherer than tear-out acid beats. Emotional Response worked with the artist in trawling through a vast archive of material recorded between 1997 and 2017, rescued from hard drives once thought lost, and now gathered as a compelling ambient release with the full fat hardware veneer of Roy's work to date, but coming from a more reflective angle. From cathedral-quaking drones to deeply submerged aquatic excursions, this album has plenty to draw you into the inner world of an acid hero.
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