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Sweet Nothing EP (hand-stamped 12" + sticker)
Cat: ARTLESS 2178. Rel: 28 Aug 19
Techno
  1. The Venue (7:51)
  2. Sweet Nothing (7:27)
  3. Cedar Wood (6:19)
  4. Canet 2 (8:12)
Review: Following up some great ones by Mark Archer, Waveguide a.k.a Stereociti and newcomer Vivian Koch, Scottish hi-tech soul engineer Stephen Brown makes a welcome appearance on Berlin imprint a.r.t.less with his idiosyncratic brand of emotive techno. You really can't fault anything by this stalwart of the scene and the Sweet Nothing EP is no exception: from the Detroit style bounce of "The Venue", to the title track which could match anything John Beltran has done in the art of glassy eyed and bittersweet epics. On the flip, we particularly enjoyed the cavernous and glacial chill of dub techno excursion "Cedar Wood".
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Played by: Derek Carr
 in stock $10.00
Cat: DUB 005. Rel: 13 Aug 15
Bass
  1. Indian Time (5:55)
  2. Indian Time (Basic Soul Unit remix) (6:02)
Review: Don't Be Afraid sub-label DBA Dubs pulls out an intriguing single, pitching tastings of Bristol bass, middle-eastern themes and watery tabla rhythms of D-Malice with Canada's house faithful Basic Soul Unit. This D-Malice release, somewhat of a surprise inclusion to the label, follows music by Claws For?, beat fusionist Kelpe, Adjowa and No Corner and Idle Hands artist Lily. Both tracks fit a house tempo and it's the percussion of the original that's the real hook, while BSU's thumping remixing delivers a menacing Vermona kick drum with swathes of heavy, dub techno-spheres. A versatile release.
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 in stock $8.92
Radical Spectacular (12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: FAM 006. Rel: 02 Oct 19
Techno
  1. Radical Spectacular (6:27)
  2. Wave Of Alienation (5:43)
  3. Farewell To The Snare (6:28)
Review: Proceeding the well-received 'Move Like Atoms', @morelian returns with a three-track EP 'Radical Spectacular' to be released on Fever AM - the label she runs with @rhyw.

Marking Mor's ninth release, 'Radical Spectacular' continues to highlight her unique take on techno. Her interpretation of the genre is influenced by the fascination with layering multiple drum patterns, pulling from styles she grew up on such as UKG, electro and IDM as well as the more traditional ethic sequence, leading to her own hybrid style.

Taking an alternative direction with 'Radical Spectacular', the release showcases Mor's dynamic production palette. As the title track and 'Wave Alienation' build upon atmospheric melodies and murky basslines, the EP rounds off with 'Farewell to The Snare'; a heldback whirlwind of tight breaks and robotic, paranoid arpeggios.
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 in stock $11.08
Cat: ATN 032. Rel: 30 Nov 16
Techno
  1. Natural High (3:13)
  2. KG Voice (5:55)
  3. La Isla (1:36)
  4. Keep (5:06)
  5. Blue Transfer (6:40)
Review: Geena is Frenchman Nicolas Molina, who appears for Parisian purveyors of obscure and exotic oddball grooves Antinote for his fifth album. The album will appeal to fans of retro flavoured balearic house made popular at the moment by the likes of Black Spuma, Tuff City Kids or stuff on Paramida's Love On The Rocks imprint. The '80s pan-pipe preset on the groovy "KG Voice" is a great example, or the funk, Amazonian acid house vibes of "Blue Transfer" more particularly; think 808 State. "Keep" goes for some thumping early' 90s UK techno vibes but lush ambient passages like "Natural High" and "La Isla" balance out the EP nicely.
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 in stock $10.80
Carried From Secret Seas (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: RE 16. Rel: 30 Apr 19
Bass
  1. Minus 10 (5:16)
  2. Rural Nightline (5:21)
  3. Carried From Secret Seas (5:12)
Review: Re:st regular Lcp has so far proven to be a producer with many musical talents, offering up a string of releases that flit between ambient, techno, IDM and off-kilter dancefloor moves. "Carried From Secret Seas" marks the producer's first solo EP for two years and sees him combine club-ready rhythms with evocative ambient chords and far-sighted, intergalactic electronics. The most robust of the three tracks is "Rural Nightline", a heavy, stripped-back and effects laden drum workout that's as creepy and clandestine as it is tough and intense. The other two cuts, "Minus 10" and "Carried From Secret Seas", are both far more dreamy and positive in tone, with Lcp wrapping ambient textures and soft focus melodies around deep broken techno beats.
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Played by: M50, Sanderson Dear
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111 (2xLP)
Cat: FXHE 111L/AOS 111. Rel: 04 Nov 06
Deep House
  1. The Maker
  2. Motorcity Jackpot
  3. Blade Runner
  4. Quadriplegic Companion
  5. C J A I PUR
  6. Foe Show
Review: Six brand new shakers from Omar S...This is the sh*t! Never confined to one particular genre, Omar is again blending house, techno and even minimal styles into one big pot of deep Detroit underground funk. There's even some Basic Channel / Deep Chord vibes going on there somewhere. Simply killer.
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 in stock $20.80
Slicing (12")
Cat: DKMNTLUFO 5. Rel: 23 Jul 18
Techno
  1. Van Pelt (4:53)
  2. Shadow Harp (6:15)
  3. Dissolve (5:43)
  4. Slicing (5:51)
Review: UK tech-bass specialist Randomer has undoubtedly become one of the most prolific names across this country's dance scene. The talented DJ and producer has promoted his style since those first Hemlock killers began to surface, and he has kept on pushing that sound into new platforms, such as Holland's mighty Dekmantel. This new EP opens with the percussive bang and thrash of "Van Pelt", before launching into an all-out techno attack via "Shadow Harp". On the B-side, "Dissolve" blasts out yet more organized chaos, this time in the form of off-kilter drum sequences that verge on the tribal, leaving the title track to spin the drums into a total frenzy - backed by a radiant industrial bass that bounces from wall to wall. Highly recommended!
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Control (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: TRUNCATE 10. Rel: 19 Nov 13
Techno
  1. Control V1
  2. Control V2
  3. Reflex V1
  4. Reflex V2
Review: For the west coast techno scene of America, Developer and Truncate are a one stop shop for club techno. Where Developer's production goes large, Truncate's focus is primitive techno minimalism - for David Flores, his peak time productions come packaged as Audio Injection. Truncate fans will notice the similarities of "Control V1" to "Concentrate" (recently commissioned for Pangaea's fabric live 73) from 2011. Truncate manages to strip back "Control V2" even more, which puts greater emphasis on the ketamine drugged computer vocal, while "Reflex V1" and "Reflex V2" are also incarnations of themselves; one minimal, the other more so.
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 in stock $11.35
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