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Narcissus In Retrograde
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Cat: SPC 137. Rel: 28 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Natural Impasse (6:34)
  2. Dystopian Daddy (5:38)
  3. Why Does It Hurt (6:24)
  4. Groundwater (5:56)
Review: Straight off the back of a recent Whities performance, Avalon Emerson lands on Matthew Dear's Spectral Sound with four broken, jacked-up techno experiments. The opener "Natural Impasse" has a pouncing, shaking beat structure that is rendered more placid thanks to the playful harmonics gliding above it, whereas "Dystopian Daddy" crafts its trade with a much heavier electro approach - the sort they dig in the Motor City. On the B-side, "Why Does It Hurt" stomps its heavy, menacing bassline over a bed of minimalistic percussion knots, leaving "Groundwater" to provide a more sensible Berlin techno approach for the 4/4 junkies.
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Anger Management
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 in stock $7.07
Cat: SPC-13. Rel: 01 Mar 04
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Anger Management
  2. Future Never Again
Review: Matthew Dear strikes quickly with a pair of brand new singles following the massive 'Leave Luck To Heaven' album. 'Anger Management' is wickedly jacking, as Dear squeezes out some aggressive and angular sounds from his machines but all kept within a tight glitch-house framework. Lots of ebb & flow as this one moves from a click n cut beginning into a bass-rolling groover with lots of flair. On the flip 'Future Never Again' sounds a lot like a Ricardo Villalobos meets Luciano track, small wonder that Mr Villalobos himself is championing both sides of this gem.
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Death Is Nothing To Fear Longsleeve T-Shirt (blue with red & white logo)
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 1 in stock $21.73
Frankfurt Versions
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 in stock $17.66
Cat: SPC 131. Rel: 13 Jul 15
Deep House
  1. Insides (Roman Flugel remix) (6:46)
  2. Lately (Orson Wells remix) (6:29)
  3. All I Want (Massimilliano Pagliara remix) (8:33)
  4. Cloche (Tuff City Kids club mix) (6:13)
Review: Ann Arbor's Spectral Sound has dutifully kept its finger on the pulse for the better part of fifteen years. Their latest offering sees current darling of the UK scene Fort Romeau commission four of Frankfurt's finest to remix selected tracks from his "Insides" LP. First up long standing local legend Roman Flugel steps up to remix the title track displaying his majestic and unmistakeable touch. Orson Wells delivers a stunning early '90s Prescription Records vibe on his remix of "Lately". Although not technically from Frankfurt but undoubtedly a close member of the Live At Robert Johnson family; Massimiliano Pagliara delivers his epically cosmic rendition of "All I Want". Lastly the Tuff City Kids do what they do best on their retro throwback rework of "Cloche"
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Paajaasa
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Paajaasa (12")
Cat: SPC-41. Rel: 16 Oct 06
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Paajaasa
  2. Dore
  3. Pientare
Review: Spectral debut for this Finnish producer. Disco with roiling rhythms and deep foreboding basslines that dare you to dance. Nice textures fusing old and new-school sounds with a touch of sinister.
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Product Of Industry
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 in stock $16.03
Cat: SPECTRAL 122LP. Rel: 28 Apr 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Kultra Kafe
  2. Persia
  3. Smoke
  4. Being Hiding
  5. Bog Dance
  6. Myth Of Tomorrow
  7. Eganix
  8. Image
  9. Leaving Osaka
Review: Three years on from his debut album Stone Breaker, Mark E returns with a second long player for Ghostly offshoot Spectral Sound that finds the house producer look to his homeland for inspiration. Product Of Industry takes it's name from Evetts upbringing in the UK industrial heartland of the West Midlands, and how the current global financial situation led to him losing his job, an occurrence which resulted in Mark E the producer "Here I am, a product of industry, both currently and historically" as the producer himself has stated. Musically, the nine tracks offer a considered development from Evetts debut album, and suggest he's eminently comfortable working within the confines of the all analogue hardware used to create Product Of Industry.
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Stuxnet
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Stuxnet (12")
Cat: SPC 129. Rel: 16 Mar 15
Techno
  1. Stuxnet I (5:34)
  2. Stuxnet II (6:44)
  3. Venetian Mask (The Hieroglyphic Being Experience) (8:38)
  4. The Caravan (Silent Servant remix) (5:09)
Review: Charles McCloud Duff, also known as Matrixxman, has been on a total roll as of late, releasing a gorgeous string of EP's on Holland's Dekmantel, the always on-point Unknown To The Unknown and now the Spectral Sound stable. "Stuxnet I" and "Stuxnet II" are pure acid jerkers with mean percussion swings and coated in a thick layer of analogue charm. On the B-side, Chicago's Hieroglyphic Being turns in an absolute winner of a remix for "Venetian Mask", turning the original into a 303-laced sci-fi roller, whereas Sandwell District affiliate Silent Servant spins "The Caravan" into a cinematic techno experience for the deepest of sets. What a blinder.
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Lines & Colours
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Cat: SPC 133. Rel: 28 Mar 16
Techno
  1. Red Circle (feat Bones) (6:28)
  2. Brixton (6:55)
  3. Lines + Colours (10:23)
Review: Ever since Moire's debut on Ninja Tune back in 2013, we've been loyal fans of his output, a dark and menacing take on techno that focussed more on the harmonics than the kick drums. He's up on Spectral Sound this time, and although we were surprised at first, we were quick to realise that his sound might well be the perfect sort of addition to Matthew Dear's legendary Detroit label. "Red Circle" features Bones on the vocal chops, and it is perhaps the quirkiest tune that we've heard from Moire, its bouncy waves of house are soothing and playful. "Brixton" is leaner and broken into pieces, but Moire manages to transmit a sense of soulfulness thanks to the chord stabs that propel the tune forwards; the flip sees "Lines + Colours" enter a more aggressive, more deranged territory that hints at acid through its disjointed, molecular bleeps.
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Reflections EP
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 in stock $10.60
Cat: SPC 136. Rel: 26 Sep 16
Deep House
  1. Odyssey (5:46)
  2. Kodama (6:28)
  3. Alphaville (6:14)
  4. Lonely Planet (6:39)
Played by: Nautiluss
Several Shades Of The Same Color 1/3
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Cat: SPC 138. Rel: 17 Jul 17
Techno
  1. I Know The Face, But Not The Name (5:57)
  2. Liminal States (5:04)
  3. Speed Wagon Night Bride (5:12)
  4. The Words Are Just Sounds (6:17)
  5. It Gets Worse At Night (8:05)
Review: Max Ravitz, aka Patricia allows his machines to speak for themselves, occupying the role of a composer or conductor. Several Shades Of The Same Color follows up two bold bodies of work for Opal Tapes previously and is his first album for Spectral Sound: produced in conjunction with his own label Active Cultures. Each of the three LPs feature suites of tracks that comprise their own distinct, unique worlds. Disc One opens with "I Know The Face, But Not The Name," which utilises classic electro rhythms while "The Words Are Only Sounds" is a haunting affair for synthesizer and voice. On the flip, "It Gets Worse At Night" is the EP's finest moment on this dark acid stomper which again sees Ravitz conjure the ghosts from those analogue machines. The album is not intended to generate ideas as such, rather, its goal is to produce physical sensations in the listener.
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Several Shades Of The Same Color 3/3
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 in stock $17.93
Cat: SPC 1383. Rel: 31 Jul 17
Techno
  1. You Never Listen (6:46)
  2. Feel Your Body (7:13)
  3. German Friendship (4:45)
  4. Alternate Mindset (7:11)
  5. Upper Peninsula (feat Terekke) (6:11)
Played by: Agnostic Rhythm, VRRS
Several Shades Of The Same Color Part 2
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Cat: SPC 1382. Rel: 24 Jul 17
Techno
  1. Deku Tree (3:34)
  2. The Electric Eye Is Upon Me (7:22)
  3. Etant Donnes (5:29)
  4. Thoughts Of You (5:31)
  5. Shiba Inu Dub (7:29)
Review: Max Ravitz (aka Patricia) produces techno with a wide-eyed exploratory flair. He says that as an instrument, the synthesizer is designed to theoretically reproduce any imaginable structure of sound. However he's always been much more interested in sound design than being able to 'play well,' and the synth allows for a slow and thoughtful approach towards crafting sound. He allows his machines to speak for themselves. Several Shades Of The Same Color is Ravitz' first album for Spectral Sound: produced in conjunction with his own label Active Cultures. Each of the three LPs feature tracks that comprise their own distinct, unique worlds. The second disc's highlights include the frightening slow burner "The Electric Eye Is Upon Me" (which sounds like it was lifted from aB grade '80's horror flick), the tunnelling new wave coldwave of "Thoughts Of You" or the dusty low end sludge of "Shiba Inu Dub" which is Ravitz' interesting perspective of deep techno.
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