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The Wizard is getting a little reflective in his old age. While still remaining one of the Motor City's premier futurists, Mills has decided to inaugurate a series built around overlooked or hard-to-find gems from his vast back catalogue. He begins volume one by offering up a stomping and mind-altering "Unreleased Version" of 1993 horror-techno cut "Suspense", before allowing us a second chance to enjoy the off-kilter rhythms, dystopian electronics and melancholic organ chords of 1995 classic "Gamma Player". Over on side B, you'll find the metallic, industrial style percussion, deep space riffs and thrusting drums of "Transformation B (Rotwang's Revenge)" and what appears to be an alternative version of "Exhibitionist 2" track "Hydra & Synergy". The latter is arguably the most "sci-fi techno" cut on the EP.
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On his third full-length outing for Ghost Box, Pye Corner Audio man Martin Jenkins offers up a sequel of sorts to 2016's "Stasis". While that featured music inspired by suspended animation, sleep and "cosmic exploration", "Hollow Earth" sees the admired experimentalist heading underground for a spot of "subterranean exploration" and "submerged psychology". Interestingly, while there are plenty of dark and immersive cuts throughout the album - see the John Carpenter style chug of "Descent", the quiet solitude of "Prismatic Gateway" and the clandestine throb of "Dancing Shadows" - it's nowhere near as pitch-black as you'd possibly expect. Instead, he plays around with melancholic melodies and quietly beautiful electronics, a blueprint that results in such poignant and picturesque cuts as "Deeper Dreaming", the bubbly "Mindshaft" and glassy-eyed "Surfacing".
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Here's something to excite fans of classic krautrock: a deluxe, boxed retrospective containing the early solo material of Harmonia and NEU! co-founder Michael Rother. The LPs are largely arranged in chronological order, with 1977 solo debut "Flammende Herzen" - a fine collection of breezy, arty, stretched-out krautrock instrumentals, being immediately followed by 1978's more synthesizer-heavy and prog rock influenced "Sterntaler". The next two chronicle his 1979 and '82 fusions of krautrock and Berlin School ambient, while the fifth gathers together the prolific German artist's work for the soundtracks of obscure movies "The Robbers" and "Houston" before closing out with his live/remix works.
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Lewis Fautzi - Insanity Department
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$10.85
At some point over the course of their career, almost every techno producer has begun to look beyond the confines of the club for inspiration. It appears that Lewis Fautzi has reached that point. While his previous singles and albums for the likes of Soma, Figure, BPitch Control and Pole Recordings have largely been rugged, dancefloor-focused affairs, "Insanity Department" is an altogether different beast. Altogether deeper, melodious and introspective, the album's seven atmospheric tracks draw considerable influence from deep electro, IDM, krautrock, neo-classical and off-kilter movie soundtracks. As a result, it makes for beguiling, creepy and often poignant listening.
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Modeselektor - Who Else
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$11.68
Is there a more forward-thinking and proudly distinctive outfit in contemporary electronic music than Modeselektor? Certainly, the German duo's latest album - their first studio set for eight years - suggests that they have few competitors for this crown. Underground but accessible, diverse but consistent thanks to the pair's fuzzy-but-polished production, the set sees them showcase a range of cuts that expertly meld club-friendly beats and sounds - think grime, techno, post-electro, acid house and the punchy-but-rubbery rhythms of UK funky - with skewed pop hooks, oddball vocals, hazy electronics and a big dollop of experimental intent. As you'd expect, the results are little less than superb.
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Julian Lage - Love Hurts
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$13.58
On his return to Mack Avenue, Grammy -nominated jazz guitarist Julian Lage gives his unique take on the "American songbook", delivering 10 distinctively different cover versions. Alongside bassist Jorge Roeder and drummer Dave King (best known for his work as part of The Bad Plus), Lage breezes through takes on tracks by the likes of Roy Orbison, Ornette Coleman, Johnny Griffin, Peter Ivers and others. The combination of a strong rhythm section and Lage's virtuoso playing - occasionally studious, sometimes improvised, always explosive - works brilliantly, with the three musicians breathing new life into a range of tracks. Lage has made a lot of very good albums over the years and "Love Hurts" stands up to all of them.
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Bvdub - Explosions In Slow Motion
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$11.68
Since debuting in 2007, Brock Van Wey has released more albums as bvdub than most artists manage in a lifetime but his latest work "Explosions in Slow Motion" is something to behold. Van Wey has rarely made anything quite as heart-achingly poignant, beautiful and sorrowful as this. Fom start to finish, it's a stunning piece of work. Built around electro-acoustic manipulations of layered neo-classical works, the album's eight tracks variously throb, hum, pulse and slowly unfurl, offering slowly-shifting movements that sit somewhere between the kind of claustrophobic ambient works delivered by dub techno producers, classical minimalism and stretched-out drone works. In a word: breathtaking.
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The New Mastersounds - Therapy
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$8.68
Second time around for "Therapy", the ninth studio set from Leeds-based funk and soul sorts The New Mastersounds. The album was recorded in a studio near Red Rocks, Colorado in September 2013, appearing in stores six months later. It remains one of the band's most enthralling and entertaining sets, featuring a swathe of killer cuts that variously pay tribute to The Meters ("Monday Meters"), St Germain style jazz-house ("When It Rain"), weighty deep funk ("Old Man Noise"), Ramsey Lewis (the spectacular soul-jazz of "Morning Fly"), The Doors (the mellow jazz of "Detox") and much more besides.
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