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The Hydrangeas Whisper
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Cat: RBCD 07. Rel: 08 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Intro To It's Sunny S Outside
  2. Birgit Boogie
  3. The Hydrangeas Whisper
  4. Cat Soulcat Strut
  5. Backlash
  6. Pete Found His Z
  7. Emi's M
  8. Just On The Swings
  9. Tomoko's O
  10. Solar Eclipse On A Friday Morning
Review: There was much gnashing of teeth from committed enthusiasts of the physical format when Maurice Fulton decided to release his latest Boof full-length - the follow-up to 2011's inspired Sshh, Dandelions at Play - solely as a digital download. Having rescued that album from obscurity via a physical release, Gerd Janson has decided to do the same with The Hydrangeas Whisper, here delivering a CD edition to complement the double LP version. Given the album's undoubted quality, it's something of a result for wax-maniacs everywhere. While Fulton takes a few odd turns - see the dubbed-out, trippy title track and after-party techno throb of "Backlash" - for the most part it's as expected, with the Chicagoan-in-London delivering a typically jazzy, disco-flecked range of sweet, life-affirming dancefloor cuts.
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Wildlife
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Wildlife (12")
Cat: RBBT 2. Rel: 30 May 16
Deep House
  1. Reflection (Maurice Fulton mix) (6:12)
  2. Bubbles Away (6:16)
  3. Swangzipani (6:05)
  4. Judge Not (5:05)
Review: Janette "Jnett" Pitruzzello is considered something of a legend in her home city of Melbourne, where she's been DJing for well over two decades. This Wildlife EP is her debut solo release, features the legend Maurice Fulton on co-production duties, and arrives on Running Back after first seeing release digitally through Bubbletease Communications earlier this year. Fulton delivers a solo mix of "Reflection" to open proceedings, adding a little leftfield disco sparkle and percussive sweatiness to an otherwise organ-heavy deep house groove. There's a similarly cheery, funky and disco-tinged feel to the rolling, cut-up house goodness of "Swangzipani". Elsewhere, the duo gets a little stranger in pursuit of dancefloor thrills; "Bubbles Away" is deliciously dark, wonky and intergalactic, while "Judge Not" wanders off into head-nodding, instrumental hip-hop territory.
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We Don't Know EP
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Cat: RB 043. Rel: 23 Mar 15
Deep House
  1. Spaceg
  2. Happy Sunday (Maurice Fulton mix)
  3. We Don't Know
  4. 80's Drugs
Review: Gerd Janson and Maurice Fulton continue their mutually beneficial partnership with this Running Back 12" edition of DJ Nori's wonderful Bubbletease debut We Don't Know. Originally released digitally earlier this summer, Nori's four tracks were co-produced by Fulton and, as with anything that blessed with Maurice's touch, are predictably excellent. There's a touch of melancholic, acid-flecked stargazing in the shape of "Spaceg" (all heady synth melodies, fuzzy bass and 808 cowbells), some out-there, beatless space calypso (the unwieldy "We Don't Know"), and a mighty chunk of Syclops-ish wonk-jack ("80s Drugs"). Oh, and a moody, Detroit-influenced Fulton remix of "Happy Sunday" that breaks into a space disco jam near the end.
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Fairlights
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Fairlights (12")
Cat: RB 056. Rel: 15 Jun 15
Deep House
  1. Saku (6:42)
  2. Saku (beats) (4:24)
  3. Saku II (6:02)
  4. Saku III (Vogel mix) (6:16)
Review: The Fairlight CMI was arguably the most 1980s of all instruments; a hugely expensive music computer (read synthesizer with add-ons) that was so complex that it came with its own engineer (if Cabaret Voltaire's Richard H Kirk is to be believed, at least). Back in the day Prince, Peter Gabriel, Kate Bush and the Pet Shop Boys were all fans. You can add to that list Fort Romeau, who has dedicated this sumptuous 12" of lilting, dreamy, synthesizer-heavy ditties to the infamous machine. It's all exceedingly luxurious, with nods to synth-pop and intoxicating deep house amongst the bubbling, disco-influenced rhythms, bold melodies and even bigger chords. The tear-jerking "Saku III (Vogel Mix)" is probably our pick, but the whole EP is pretty tasty, to be honest.
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Cloud Generator EP
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Cat: RB 054. Rel: 06 Apr 15
Techno
  1. Cloud Generator (7:11)
  2. Sound 1 (locked groove) (0:28)
  3. Diversion (6:40)
  4. Pocket Piano (6:43)
  5. Sound 5 (locked groove) (0:32)
  6. Sound 6 (locked groove) (0:35)
  7. Pocket Piano (Breakbeat mix) (6:09)
Review: Having previously starred on an unfeasibly large number of labels (including Rush Hour, Ovum, Liebe Detail and Burek), Kink adds another to the growing list. Cloud Generator marks his first appearance on Running Back, and contains, in the words of label boss Gerd Janson: "music for big rooms, wide eyes and small brains". In some ways, it's an apt description. Undeniably old skool in outlook, the EP's four main tracks variously doff a cap to vintage European techno (the blistering title track, which comes complete with many early '90s Belgian trademarks), hands-in-the-air, hardcore influenced techno (the saucer-eyed riffs and booming low end of "Diversion") and twinkling Balearic house ("Pocket Piano", which also gets a rave-era breakbeat re-touch).
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Movements EP
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Cat: RB 058. Rel: 16 Nov 15
Deep House
  1. Come Out Of Your Comfort Zone (6:01)
  2. Feel What You Want (6:34)
  3. Movement Is My Friend (6:19)
Review: For the latest audio missive on his largely impressive Running Back imprint, Gerd Jansen has turned to Berlin-based newcomer Bring Ring. As debut singles go, The Movements EP is pretty good, with Ring displayed a knack for producing atmospheric, slowly evolving deep house. He begins with the clattering, retro-futurist shuffle of "Come Out Of Your Comfort Zone", where snappy, jackin' analogue beats rub shoulders with sustained, one-note riffs and a bustling bassline. He goes deeper on "Feel What You Want", layering delay-laden spoken word vocal snippets and wavering, deep space chords over an unfussy groove. Finally, he doffs a cap to the disco roots of Chicago house with the chunky "Movement Is Your Friend".
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Not Also You
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Cat: RB 062. Rel: 06 Mar 17
Deep House
  1. Not Also You (6:54)
  2. Not You Also (7:21)
Review: Although Henrik Schwarz has kept himself busy in recent years, it's been a while since he released a full-throttle dancefloor workout. This debut appearance on Gerd Janson's Running Back label - the German producer's first solo single 2013 - is arguably his most forthright and floor-friendly missive since the turn of the decade. "Not Only You" is a thumping techno stomper, where ragged, mutant, repetitive lead lines are propelled forwards by some seriously good drum machine programming. Flipside "Not You Also" offers a slightly more eccentric riff on the same blueprint, with Schwarz adding some eccentric spoken word segments and a couple of bold synth fills.
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The City Never Sleeps
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Cat: RBSHAN 02. Rel: 05 Sep 16
Deep House
  1. The City Never Sleeps (6:33)
  2. Lin FM (6:12)
  3. Caliber (6:11)
  4. 691 Beats (4:52)
Review: Ever since Gerd Janson snapped up his fine Chord Memories E.P back in 2014, Shan has enjoyed a productive relationship with Running Back. City Never Sleeps marks the Frankfurt producer's third outing on the hyped house imprint, and boasts a quartet of retro-futurist treats. He doffs a cap to the melodious analogue deep house of the Burrell Brothers and Larry Heard on the delicious title track, before effortlessly emphasizing his own chunky, cymbal-heavy groove on the subtly acid-flecked "Lin FM". "Caiber" sees him sending shivers down the spine via warehouse-friendly piano riifs and boisterous house breakbeats, while closer "691 Beats" is a pulsating, bass-heavy drum workout with added rave riffs.
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Mutter
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Mutter (12")
Cat: RB 1998. Rel: 09 May 16
Techno
  1. Mutter (10:33)
  2. Mutter (Beatless version) (10:32)
Review: Gerd Janson's Running back taps into some local talent courtesy of Stuttgart DJ / producer Konstantin Sibold. The title track is a classic slice of German techno; it has shades of early Force Inc thanks to its tranced out chords and pace - cruising along just below 130bpm for its ten-minute duration - and the raw energy of Tresor in the shape of its gnarly acid line. The musical elements sound much more pronounced on the beatless version, with the chords assuming a slightly menacing edge. However, this is really all about the original version, a tripped out, hypnotic that digs deep into the German electronic music psyche.
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Vibe Telemetry
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Cat: RBCD 08. Rel: 14 Nov 16
Deep House
  1. 147 Stars (2:00)
  2. Sierra (2:00)
  3. Tripping Beauty (2:00)
  4. Datajungel (2:00)
  5. Highs & Bungalows (1:33)
  6. See Hex & Moon (2:00)
  7. Mezcal Eclipse (2:00)
  8. Expanse (2:00)
  9. Entropikalia (2:00)
  10. Untitled (The Party) (2:00)
  11. Flow System (2:00)
  12. DTMF (2:00)
Review: Press reviews of Henning Severud's long-awaited debut album have been universally positive, and it's easy to see why. While the Norwegian touches on numerous styles across Vibe Telemetry - new age, ambient house, Scandolearic, Italo-disco, vintage Italian deep house and even saucer-eyed techno - each have been filtered through his hazy, hard-to-define desire to create music with its own distinctive sense of atmosphere. As a result, it's a hugely vibrant, colourful and inventive set, with Severud effortlessly creating a set of tracks that works as a coherent, easy to listen to whole, despite the presence of numerous future floor-fillers. As debut albums go, it's something of a cracker.
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Vibe Telemetry
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Cat: RBLP 08. Rel: 24 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. 147 Stars (4:20)
  2. Sierra (6:30)
  3. Tripping Beauty (6:35)
  4. Datajungel (6:33)
  5. Highs & Bungalows (1:32)
  6. Sea Hex & Moon (6:49)
  7. Mezcal Eclipse (6:45)
  8. Expanse (2:34)
  9. Entropikalia (5:22)
  10. Untitled (The Party) (6:07)
  11. Flow System (4:11)
  12. DTMF (6:06)
Review: Press reviews of Henning Severud's long-awaited debut album have been universally positive, and it's easy to see why. While the Norwegian touches on numerous styles across Vibe Telemetry - new age, ambient house, Scandolearic, Italo-disco, vintage Italian deep house and even saucer-eyed techno - each have been filtered through his hazy, hard-to-define desire to create music with its own distinctive sense of atmosphere. As a result, it's a hugely vibrant, colourful and inventive set, with Severud effortlessly creating a set of tracks that works as a coherent, easy to listen to whole, despite the presence of numerous future floor-fillers. As debut albums go, it's something of a cracker.
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In The End (remixes)
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Cat: RB 0155. Rel: 14 Sep 15
Deep House
  1. Holding Back (My Love) (Tiger & Woods remix) (9:49)
  2. In The End (I Want You To Cry) (Lone remix) (6:00)
  3. The Then Unknown (Prins Thomas Diskomiks) (7:21)
  4. Holding Back (My Love) (Shan Funhouse mix) (6:35)
  5. Holding Back (My Love) (Pete Herbert & Dicky Trisco version) (6:28)
  6. Holding Back (My Love) (Shan Warehouse mix) (6:29)
  7. Holding Back (My Love) (DJ Oyster mix) (6:53)
Review: While he'd been building a reputation for a few years already, it was 2009's In The End (I Want You To Cry) EP for Running Back that first thrust Marco 'Tensnake' Niemerski towards the spotlight. Some six years on, Gerd Janson has decided to put together an expansive new package of remixes. There's plenty to enjoy, from Pete Herbert and Dicky Trisco's breezy, guitar-laden boogie rework of "Holdin' Back (My Love") and Prins Thomas's dense-but-wonky, Scandolearic disco revision of the same cut, to the bright-and-breezy, rush-inducing melodiousness of Lone's sublime rework of "In The End (I Want You To Cry)". Tiger & Woods' remix of "Holding Back (My Love)" - all relentless build followed by thrilling boogie-meets-house release - is also pretty darn special.
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Digital Dubplates
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Digital Dubplates (limited 10")
Cat: RB 10. Rel: 16 Jan 12
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Todd Terje - "Snooze 4 Love" (version)
  2. Son Of Sam - "Nature Makes A Mistake" (Jack Plug Supernatural dub)
Review: 2011 was a pretty special year for Gerd Janson's imperious Running Back imprint and they open proceedings on the next annual chapter with two cuts from their digital archives on this killer Digital Dubplates 10". The A Side houses an absolutely sublime version of Todd Terje's "Snooze 4 Luv" from the magnificent Ragysh EP, further exposing the sumptuous horizontal qualities with aplomb. Providing some nice contrast is an equally refined remix of Son of Sam's "Nature Makes A Mistake" from Jack Plug. The reissue of this 1984 industrially charged oddity was our favourite Running Back release of last year, and the chance to grasp a physical copy of Plug's effort (which is superior to the more highly lauded Ame remix) should not be passed up. Running Back also win the prize for first great runout groove inscriptions of 2012.
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Gin Nation
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Gin Nation (12")
Cat: RBTW 1. Rel: 23 May 11
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Gin Nation
  2. Kissmetellme
  3. Kissmetellmemore
FORTHCOMING
Analogue Acid Project 3
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Cat: RBTNT 1. Rel: 10 Apr 17
Deep House
  1. Beat Track 1
  2. Beat Track 2 (edit)
  3. Hotness
  4. Beat This House
Lonely Planet
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Lonely Planet (gatefold LP)
Cat: RBLP 09. Rel: 23 Jan 17
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Lonely Planet (3:46)
  2. Trance Encounters (5:20)
  3. Today (feat Sui Zhen) (4:55)
  4. Warp Odyssey (5:40)
  5. Voices (8:56)
  6. Kingdom Animalia (4:33)
  7. Healing Feeling (3:49)
Review: Since shifting his focus more towards atmospheric, Balearic-minded sounds a few years back, Tornado Wallace has delivered some of the most deliciously humid and glassy-eyed music around. Hopes are naturally high, then, for this long-anticipated debut album. It picks up from where his sublime ESP Institute, Beats In Space and Second Circle releases left off, delivering a warm, evocative, sun kissed blend of shuffling Balearic grooves, horizontal soundscapes, gentle tropical workouts, and rich, synth-laden explorations. There's a pleasing haziness throughout, with live percussion and instrumentation rubbing shoulders with glistening synthesizers, ear-pleasing electronics and pulsing drum machine hits. In other words, it's a fine debut album.
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Lonely Planet
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Cat: RBCD 09. Rel: 30 Jan 17
Deep House
  1. Lonely Planet
  2. Trance Encounters
  3. Today (feat Sui Zhen)
  4. Warp Odyssey
  5. Voices
  6. Kingdom Animalia
  7. Healing Feeling
Review: Over a few short years, Tornado Wallace has gone from being a promising nu-disco producer, to one capable of creating brilliant Balearica. Lonely Planet is his debut album, and must rank as his finest work to date. The seven tracks are dreamy, trippy and atmospheric - we'd expect nothing less - and draw on a far wider palette of Balearic influences than we've heard on previous experiences. Coupled with a new-found desire to include more live instrumentation (particularly glistening, Peter Green style guitar passages, drums and exotic flutes), the result is an album that's as evocative, dreamy and humid as anything he's produced to date. In other words, it's a great album and comes highly recommended.
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Rojus: Designed To Dance
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Cat: RBCD 061. Rel: 04 Apr 16
Deep House
  1. Beyond This...
  2. Saxony
  3. Beau Sovereign
  4. Paradisea
  5. Wahness
  6. Blush
  7. Kibru's
  8. ...There Is You
Review: Having contributed a stellar track to Gerd Janson's Musik For Autobahns 2 compilation, it's little surprise to see Leon Vynehall pop up on Running Back. Rojus (Designed To Dance) is an expansive affair, with Gerd Janson deeming the eight-track set worthy of his CD edition to go alongside the doublepack for the vinyl heads. It's also predictably varied; contrast, for example, the drowsy ambient chords and twinkling electronics of opener "Beyond This", and the deep-jack-goes-rave sweatiness of "Beau Sovereign". Vynehall also finds space for the Balearic jazz-house swing of "Paradisea", the wall-of-sound Detroit deep house of "Blush", and the African influenced drum workout "...There Is You". In other words, it's a versatile cracker.
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