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In The Moment Of Death We Have No Regret
 in stock $8.68
Cat: HFT 054. Rel: 27 Mar 17
  1. Tide (6:57)
  2. Blind (5:50)
  3. Reduced (8:06)
  4. Moment (3:10)
Rang Dong
 in stock $8.68
Rang Dong (12")
Cat: HFT 051. Rel: 05 Dec 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Rang Dong (8:11)
  2. Sau Sac (6:36)
  3. Chuyen Dong (7:19)
  4. Lang Thang (7:28)
Wade In
 in stock $7.60
Wade In (12")
Cat: HF 027. Rel: 04 Apr 11
Deep House
  1. Jels
  2. Wade In
Review: ** JOY O REPRESS ** Ray Keith's nephew tries out the latest variant on Joy Orbison with a return to Hotflush that demonstrates just how far he's progressed since the HYPH MNGO days. If "Ladywell/BB" signalled his intentions to take a house-centric turn, then "Jels" & "Wade In" is O/Orb/Orbison tackling Chicago and Detroit in his own inimitable style. "Jels" arrives with a synth wash swagger, dropping into crisp 808 rhythms and future Detroit synths that build towards an emotive drop into the throbbing main. Craftily switching between snarling acid leads and elegant piano flourishes, it's a bold dancefloor statement. "Wade In" looks to the emotive deepness of Chicago, adding some glorious tropical touches to the thudding rhythmic thrust with uplifting results. There's a point where the pads are stretched right out in unison with the subaqueous vocal harmony which is truly blissful. You don't really need us to point this out for you, but this is gonna be huge.
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UK Lonely
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UK Lonely (12")
Cat: HFT 050. Rel: 14 Nov 16
  1. UK Lonely (4:29)
  2. Limbosoup (7:08)
  3. X & O (6:34)
  4. Jaipur (4:29)
Review: Currently causing underground havoc with one of Liverpool's infamous Meine Nacht parties promoter and DJ OR:LA makes her Hotflush debut with four widescreen visions. A broad range is showcased: "UK Lonely" bumps with a jazzy UKG echo that's similar to that of a darker Roy Davis Junior, "Limbosoup" is much more of an upbeat peaktime techno playtime tune with a driven groove but stern sense of insistency. "X&O" is a slower, roomier broken affair that wouldn't go amiss on Heartdrive while "Jaipur" closes with intimate computer chatter and mystic eastern flurries. The nacht is but young...
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Played by: DJ 3000
Epoch Sinus
 in stock $11.20
Cat: HFCD 0012. Rel: 31 Oct 16
  1. Epoch Sinus I
  2. A Tree
  3. Agape I
  4. The Field
  5. Allness
  6. 5th Dimension
  7. Epoch Sinus II
Review: Sophie Schnell started out as a guitar-swinging singer-songwriter, before finding that her real interest lay in electronic music. As this debut album for Hotflush proves, she undoubtedly made the right choice. Epoch Sinus is a hugely atmospheric and brilliantly produced set, with Schnell effortlessly fusing the distorted, off-kilter rhythms of dark IDM - think Autechre or Neotropic - with the woozy textures of blunted trip-hop, and the mood-setting orchestrations of cinematic soundtracks. Throw in a keen ear for sound design, and you have a seven-track collection that offers an impressive balance between experimental intent, otherworldly soundscapes, and melancholic melodiousness.
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 in stock $8.68
Phalanx (12")
Cat: HFT 046. Rel: 21 Mar 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Phalanx (5:06)
  2. Warg (6:59)
Review: The master of dark journey tracks known as Recondite returns, this time for Scuba's esteemed Hotflush imprint. The sombre and doomy vibes of the title track are a bit more restrained than Lorenz Brunner's usual tracks but just as foreboding with those now trademark 'wonky' melodies which truly work a treat. "Warg" on the flip has a bit more momentum and definitely more elements incorporated into its sound. It's funky, in a brooding way of course; with another epic melody for some seriously dramatic dancefloor moments that he's known for.
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 in stock $8.68
PCP (12")
Cat: CST 002. Rel: 10 Apr 17
  1. PCP (Audion remix) (8:11)
  2. PCP (7:03)
  3. Black On Black (Len Faki Goes Black remix) (8:24)
  4. Black On Black (8:57)
Review: The latest release from Hotflush boss Scuba is reminiscent of the sound he made a few years back under his SCB alias. Irrespective of the reasoning to release under his own name, the fact remains that "PCP" is a hugely effective, dubby techno affair. Based on a shuffling rhythm and featuring some insistent vocal samples, it sees the UK producer embrace a spacious, textured sound that will nonetheless work in a big room. The remix comes from Mathew Dear's Audion project, and doesn't disappoint. Fusing the grindhouse bleep and blips of big room techno with insistent, stepping rhythms, it makes for an unusual but rewarding reshape.
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Played by: Locked Groove
 in stock $6.03
Cat: HFCD 10. Rel: 23 Mar 15
  1. Levitation
  2. Why You Feel So Low
  3. Television
  4. Drift
  5. PCP
  6. All I Think About Is Death
  7. Needle Phobia
  8. Family Entertainment
  9. Black On Black
  10. Transience
Review: In the three years since his last full-length outing, Personality, Scuba's stock has continued to rise, nudging him further towards to higher echelons of DJ culture. The fact that he now plays colossal rooms and festival headline slots can be heard in the more dancefloor-minded material on Claustrophobia. While some of the best material is more downtenpo and circumspect - see the heady ambience of "Transcience", the spinetingling wooziness of "All I Think About Is Death" and the immersive dubstep of "Needle Phobia" - it's the stripped-back techno throb of "PCP", hissing rhythms of "Television" and the progressive house inspired hedonism of "Why You Feel So Low" that will get most attention.
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Fight For Us/Loosen Up: Prins Thomas & Edward Remixes
 in stock $8.68
Cat: FDT 002. Rel: 01 Aug 16
  1. Fight For Us (Prins Thomas Diskomiks) (8:19)
  2. Loosen Up (Edward remix) (9:49)
Review: We're really glad to see Praveen and Travis 'Machinedrum' Stewart back on the scene and on Hotflush Recordings. The duo are always a pleasure to hear, and especially if they are accompanied by two heavy-hitters like Prins Thomas and Giegling/White associate Edward. The two producers each have a go at remising tunes from Sepalcure's latest album Folding Time, and they just seem like the perfect duo to mix things up in and proper. Norway's disco king Prins Thomas transforms "Fight For Us" into a lazy, beach-ready disco swelter with a poppy edge that seems to sway between balearic and boogie; Giegling's deep house experimenter Edward goes a little bit wilder by reshaping "Loosen Up" into shuffle house banger with a supremely off-kiter edge.
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Folding Time
 in stock $7.34
Cat: HFCD 011. Rel: 23 May 16
  1. Fight For Us
  2. Not Gonna Make It
  3. Devil Inside
  4. No Honey
  5. Been So True
  6. Hearts In Danger
  7. Loosen Up
  8. Dub Of
  9. Brother Forest
  10. Hurts So Bad
  11. Ask Me
Review: When they first emerged at the turn of the decade, Praveen Sharma and Travis 'Machinedrum' Stewart's Sepalcure outfit were responsible for the softer, more experimental side of the Hotflush Recordings discography. Some five years on from their eponymous debut album, the duo returns in a notably boisterous mood. While their dedication to melody and beauty remains, Folding Time is a much more upbeat and soulful affair, drawing more heavily on broken beat and UK garage, particularly the kind of jazzy "future garage" once promoted by the likes of Phuturistix and Landslide. The result is a sparkling, colourful and hugely entertaining set, notable for its' gleeful positivity, impeccable production and bass-heavy thrust.
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 in stock $8.68
Cat: HFT 052. Rel: 30 Jan 17
  1. Misantropicalia (6:15)
  2. OutRun (6:11)
  3. Don't Look Around (6:28)
Played by: TERR
No Memory
 in stock $8.68
No Memory (12")
Cat: HFT 055. Rel: 01 May 17
  1. Face Pads (intro) (1:41)
  2. Cold Sleep (5:00)
  3. Crying (5:00)
  4. Strainer (5:14)
  5. RHU (edit) (2:06)
  6. Code Library (4:47)
Played by: TML
Slide Away
 in stock $8.68
Slide Away (12")
Cat: HFT 049. Rel: 12 Sep 16
  1. Slide Away (6:04)
  2. Mosaic (6:46)
  3. Desecrate (5:52)
  4. Jungle Love (6:47)
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