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  1. Night-Walking
  2. Funeral Song
  3. Thirteen
  4. Walking In A Spiral Towards The House
Review: Since debuting as Grouper back in 2005, Liz Harris has delivered a swathe of experimentalist albums that explore almost every aspect of ambient and drone music. Here she launches a new project, Nivhek, via an expansive double-album of sparse, atmospheric compositions that tend towards the epic. Really, it's two albums in one. The first slab of wax is entitled "After Its Own Death" and boasts a two-part, non-stop suite of tracks built around echoing choral vocals, dark electronics and blissful bells. It's alternately melancholic, blissful and grippingly intense. In contrast, "Walking In A Spiral Towards The House", the piece stretched across both sides of the second record, is breathtakingly beautiful - a meandering, soft focus trip through chiming, reverb-laden motifs and gentle music box melodies.
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BBE
Cat: BBE 551ACD. Rel: 26 Jun 19
International
  1. Time For Fun
  2. Love Vibration
  3. Be My Lady
  4. Highlife Makossa
  5. You'll Be Alright (With My Love)
  6. Party Beats
Review: During the 1980s, Nkono Teles was one of West Africa's most sought-after producers - a studio don called upon when an artist or label sought a modernist, synthesizer and drum-machine heavy sound that had the potential to cross borders. Teles was also a talented multi-instrumentalist, as his brief solo career proved. The highlight of his own artistic endeavours was "Party Beats", a sought-after set that's here reissued by BBE for the very first time. Featuring delay-laden drum machine rhythms, sweet and chiming synthesizers, jaunty fretless bass, glistening guitars, lead vocals by the man himself and a nine-piece Nigerian choir on backing vocals, it's a brilliant set that giddily joins the dot between synth-pop, electro, South African style "bubblegum", highlife and U.S style '80s soul slow jams.
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What's Going On? (LP + posters + MP3 download code)
Cat: UTR 121LP. Rel: 15 Jul 19
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. Quiet Village (3:25)
  2. Martin (4:41)
  3. Slaves (0:53)
  4. Louise Michel (3:22)
  5. Ignorance Is Strength (3:08)
  6. Big Lies (4:23)
  7. South Atlantic (1:19)
  8. Going Down (1:24)
  9. Market Place (9:54)
  10. Free Tibet (10:08)
Review: It's no secret the love that London promoter and record label Upset! The Rhythm have for the ever rotating cast of musicians that is Normil Hawaiians. This latest reissue of the English band sees the label complete its retrospection of Normil Hawaiians following reissues of More Wealth Than Money and Return of The Ranters LPs. The band's music is the real deal when it comes to raw and emotional UK post punk and wave. This album in particular, which failed to take off in 1984 due to label and liquidation issues, sees its 2019 release arrive with a collectors edition of bonus tracks, including live cuts, album outtakes and unreleased B-sides. A 'o ia!
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Cat: UTR 121CD. Rel: 25 Jun 19
Post Rock/Experimental
  1. Quiet Village
  2. Martin
  3. Slaves
  4. Louise Michel
  5. Ignorance Is Strength
  6. Big Lies
  7. South Atlantic
  8. Going Down
  9. Market Place
  10. Free Tibet
  11. The Outpost (unreleased single A-side, Feb 1983 - bonus track)
  12. Quiet Village (unreleased single B-side, Feb 1983 - bonus track)
  13. Oggere (album outtake - bonus track)
  14. The Fog (Eddie Waring mix - bonus track)
  15. Alice (album outtake - bonus track)
  16. Louise Michel (live At DOK, Edinburgh, Aug 2017 - bonus track)
  17. Big Lies (live At Cafe OTO, London, April 2016 - bonus track)
Review: It's no secret the love that London promoter and record label Upset! The Rhythm have for the ever rotating cast of musicians that is Normil Hawaiians. This latest reissue of the English band sees the label complete its retrospection of Normil Hawaiians following reissues of More Wealth Than Money and Return of The Ranters LPs. The band's music is the real deal when it comes to raw and emotional UK post punk and wave. This album in particular, which failed to take off in 1984 due to label and liquidation issues, sees its 2019 release arrive with a collectors edition of bonus tracks, including live cuts, album outtakes and unreleased B-sides. A 'o ia!
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Gazohmeater EP (12" + insert)
Cat: NMB 005. Rel: 02 Jul 19
Industrial/Noise
  1. MoKo (5:08)
  2. Jussbassoneandone (4:31)
  3. FRBounces (4:26)
  4. Safebliss 53 Cond P455 (7:23)
  5. Stelcore2 (Nabz & Cluff version) (7:03)
Review: After a break of almost a decade, one of Skam's most mysterious artists is back in action. Since debuting in 2001, North Manc Beds has steadfastly refused to reveal their identities, preferring instead to let their music stand on its own two feet. Helpfully, their standards remain high 18 years after they made their bow. Beginning with the dystopian, string-drenched dark ambient of "MoKo", the publicity-shy outfit saunters between off-kilter industrial rhythm tracks ("Jussbassoneandone"), murky IDM ("FRBounces") and creepy post-apocalyptic soundscapes (the odd field recordings, elongated tones and sparse beats of "Safebliss 53 Cond P455"). There's also a rather fine bonus remix in the shape of the Nabz & Cluff version of "Stelcore2", which sounds like a dancehall riddim conjured up by Autechre.
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NUX PA50 Personal Monitor Guitar Amplifier (monitor/guitar amplifier)
NUX
Cat: 735361 Rel: 15 Jul 19
 
Personal monitoring amplifier featuring 2 separate input channels with different EQ response
Notes: The NuX PA-50 personal monitoring amplifier has a flat frequency response and is equipped with a full range 2-way speaker set. 2 independent channels each have a different EQ response. Channel 1 is improved for dynamic sound and designed to enhance low and high frequencies. Channel 2 has a flat response which does not colour the tone of the input source. Use with a processor or IR loader, such as NUX Solid Studio to give the true sound your favourite guitar amplifier(s) without carrying the whole rig. And use the 3-band EQ and you can fine-tune your output to get a perfect result.
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Arc 1 (12'')
Cat: MVARC 1. Rel: 04 Jul 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Ambient City 1994 (part 1) (20:12)
  2. Ambient City 1994 (part 2) (13:15)
Review: Sahko has decided to offer up a series of releases focusing on choice unreleased works from the late, great Mika Vainio's archives. The first, "Arc 1", showcases a 32-minute piece (here split into two parts to fit on one record) originally recorded in 1994 for his Ambient City radio project at Helsinki's Museum of Contemporary Art. It's a sparse, stripped back affair, with Vainio alternating between drowsy, elongated ambient chords, crackling drones, fuzzy white noise, doom-laden tones, creepy sonic movements and hushed moments of intense electronic bliss. It's not Vainio's most blissful work, but it is hugely enjoyable; an experimental ambient journey that's arguably darker and more unsettling than many of his records as O.
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  1. The O'Jays - "This Time Baby" (A Tom Moulton mix) (9:52)
  2. The Futures - "Party Time Man" (A Tom Moulton mix) (9:10)
  3. Jean Carn - "My Love Don't Come Easy" (A Tom Moulton mix) (10:46)
  4. The Jones Girls - "Nights Over Egypt" (A Tom Moulton mix) (9:09)
Review: Philadelphia International Records continues to dip into its bulging archives and offer up double-packs containing some of the finest 1970s remixes from remix pioneer Tom Moulton. As you'd expect, there's plenty to get the juices flowing and the heart pounding on this third volume in the series. Record one opens up with Moulton's epic version of the O'Jays' "This Time Baby", a swirling Philly Soul classic that later became a favourite of sample-loving disco-house producers and disco re-editors, and continues with his sugary but floor-friendly version of the Futures' "Party Time Man". Over on record two, Moulton's inspired extension of Jean Carn's seductive "Love Don't Come Easy" is followed by his must-have version of the Jones Girls' "Nights Over Egypt".
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Played by: I Love Disco!
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Cat: LPSPS 03. Rel: 16 Jul 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Yugen (5:42)
  2. Low Grav Freefall (High Altitude mix) (4:34)
  3. Revolver (6:17)
  4. Brancaster Coast (4:08)
  5. REM Sleep Research (5:55)
  6. Drink Malk (4:46)
  7. Involution (5:39)
  8. Eleven (3:02)
  9. Seesoar (5:17)
  10. Saturniner (2:43)
  11. Sticklebrick Symphony (4:36)
  12. Summer Lusk (4:49)
  13. A Midsummer Nice Dream (2:46)
  14. In Waves (5:38)
  15. Indivisible (5:20)
  16. The End Of The Rise (6:43)
Review: Ochre's 2004 album "A Midsummer Nice Dream" has long been considered something of an underground IDM classic - a perfectly produced set that sits somewhere between the melodic warmth of Plaid, the cheerful bliss of Boards of Canada and the twisted-but-ear-catching brilliance of Autechre's "Amber" LP. In honour of its 15th birthday, Spanish label Lapsus has secured the rights to reissue it on vinyl. Given that original "wax" copies now change hands for vast sums online, this is a very good thing indeed. This time round, the original 14-track set has been expanded via the inclusion of a trio of previously unheard tracks recorded during the same period. These can be found on side 4 and are every bit as good as the material that originally made the cut.
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Street Soul Brasil 1987-1995 (LP + insert + MP3 download code)
Cat: HSR 006. Rel: 01 Jul 19
Soul
  1. Afrodite Se Quiser - "Fora De Mim" (4:06)
  2. Lilith - "Todo Amor E Bom" (remix) (6:00)
  3. Fabio Fonseca - "Ladroes De Bagda" (feat Marina Lima) (3:51)
  4. Fernanda Abreu - "Hello Baby" (4:56)
  5. Luna E DJ Cri - "Acabou Como Comecou" (4:28)
  6. Junior - "Vim Te Buscar" (4:59)
  7. Thaide & DJ Hum - "Coisas Do Amor" (Trepanado edit) (4:34)
  8. As Damas Do Rap - "Um Sonho Real" (4:55)
  9. MC D'Eddy - "Jeito De Ser Menina" (instrumental) (5:12)
  10. Sharylaine - "Saudade" (5:26)
Review: Did you know that Britain was not the only country where street soul was a musical force to be reckoned with during the late '80s and early '90s? As this fine compilation from record collector Augusto Olivani shows, the sound also thrived in Brazil, where inner-city musicians embraced its post-boogie fusion of head-nodding grooves, smooth instrumentation and even smoother vocals. There's much to enjoy throughout "Street Soul Brasil", from the dreamy chords and sparkling melodies of Afrodite Se Quiser's breezy "Fora De Mim", to the Soul II Soul style shuffle of Luna E DJ Cri's "Acabou Como Comecou", via the rushing cheeriness of Junior's "Vim Te Buscar" and the sugary bliss of MC D'Eddy's "Jeito De Menina (Instrumental)".
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Shaolin (12")
Cat: SEN 010. Rel: 02 Jul 19
Deep Dubstep
  1. Shaolin (3:44)
  2. Feedback (5:34)
Review: He's back... Riding on the crest of his near-majestic collaboration with Subscape for UKF's UKF10 series this spring The Others flips the switch once again with two dark designs on the consistently on-point Sentry. Revealing much ruff corners of his underbelly, we kick off with "Shaolin", a track that's powered by agruff sandpaper funk bassline and warped, skewed Japanese strings. It's followed by "Feedback" where every shade of The Others we love is whipped up in a blender; an epic intro, a gritty bassline, off-beat funk and sudden shards of light breaking through as the track progresses. After a few release-light years, it seems The Others has really and truly got the bug again. More please.
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The Last Men (heavyweight vinyl 12" + insert)
Cat: UVB76 013. Rel: 25 Jun 19
Drum And Bass
  1. The Last Men (4:35)
  2. Blemish (3:48)
  3. Still Waters (6:30)
  4. Trapline (5:49)
Review: Rupture regular Outer Heaven will tickle your inner badboy with this highly anticipated return to the underground nuclear bunker of UVB-76. Four tracks of solid dark sonic matter "The Last Men" takes the lead with a powerful percussive hook maintaining a marching sensation that breaks into momentary splashes of breakbeat chaos. It's backed up the three more equally disarming and trippy tracks. "Blemish" is a swampy drill laced cut with noxious harmonics, while "Still Waters" takes us into the murkiest two-steppy territories you might imagine. Finally "Trapline" shuts, locks and bolsters the front door with a pounding steppy rhythm that's coated in echoes and dubby warmth. Buckle up.
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Ventura (gatefold LP)
Cat: 019029 6901966. Rel: 05 Jul 19
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Come Home (feat Andre 3000) (4:29)
  2. Make It Better (feat Smokey Robinson) (3:40)
  3. Reachin' 2 Much (feat Lalah Hathaway) (5:57)
  4. Winners Circle (3:26)
  5. Good Heels (feat Jazmine Sullivan) (1:39)
  6. Yada Yada (3:24)
  7. King James (3:25)
  8. Chosen One (feat Sonyae Elise) (4:05)
  9. Jet Black (feat Brandy) (3:29)
  10. Twilight (3:16)
  11. What Can We Do? (feat Nate Dogg) (2:55)
Review: The criticism of Anderson .Paak's last album, the glossy, big-budget "Oxnard", was so voluminous that his mum took to social media to defend it. The fast-rising rapper laughed off the haters at the time, but it must have hurt. Either way, he's changed direction again on "Ventura", a follow-up that's noticeably more refrained than its predecessor. Musically, what we're offered is stripped-back '70s soul and Prince style purple funk instrumentation fused with head-nodding hip-hop and R&B beats. Paak is lyrically on point throughout, eschewing some of his more sexually explicit lyrics in the post #MeToo era. To complete the picture of an artist going back to his roots, the assembled guests (Outkast's Andre 3000 included) are generally pushed to the background in an unobtrusive manner.
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Too Dissimilar (remastered) (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: PM 039. Rel: 02 Jul 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Too Dissimilar (8:44)
  2. Idiosyncrasies (9:08)
Review: 20 years old and still sounding more future than most jungle records: Paradox dusts off his only release on the late, great, criminally over-looked Partisan imprint. "Too Dissimilar" rides on an absolute pearl of break (even by Paradox's unique standards) that charges out for over eight minutes, digging you deeper and deeper into its dark, alien universe. "Idiosyncrasies" is even further out in the singular solar system. Opening with the clean break (which Paradox has always encouraged sample creativity with) it then drops us into a gravity-free vacuum as we float and sway to classic icy pads before the break is sped up and twisted right before our very eyes. Jazzy, floaty but unrelenting; it's a perfect example of Dev Pandya's truly unique voice in the game.
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Periphera (hand stamped vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ISLE 008. Rel: 25 Jun 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Dream Reveal (5:56)
  2. Aun Cyc (4:40)
  3. Metaxy (5:16)
  4. Montoon (4:31)
  5. Protae (5:46)
  6. Ken World (3:31)
  7. Purlo (5:46)
  8. Energen (6:14)
Review: 12th Isle's latest must-check release comes from Pataphysical, a shadowy outfit helmed by Camilo Tirado whose "imaginary solutions in sound" have previously appeared on Betwixt & Between Tapes. It's a quietly impressive debut album all told - a dreamy, drowsy and gently undulating journey through fluid synthesizer refrains, heady ambient electronics, drifting lead lines, effects-laden aural textures and atmospheric soundscapes that becalms and beguiles at every turn. Highlights are plentiful throughout, from the dubbed-out pulse of "Montoon" and broken computer-in-dub oddness of "Ken World", to the sparkling bliss of "Metaxy" and clandestine weirdness of "Energen".
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Played by: Jura Soundsystem
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Part One (12")
Cat: GAMM 137. Rel: 16 Jul 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. All Good Things (6:00)
  2. Reach Out A Hand (7:29)
Review: Previously seen (and heard) on Whiskey Disco, Barefoot Beats and Basic Fingers, Toronto twosome The Patchouli Brothers have crossed the Atlantic and set up home on G.A.M.M. As the title suggests, this is the first in a series of re-edit EPs for the storied Swedish imprint. First up is "All Good Things", a fine re-arrangement of an obscure disco gem that comes loaded with sweeping strings, soulful vocals, killer grooves, Chic style guitar riffs and just the right amount of spacey synthesizer action. Over on the flip, they work their magic on a bustling cut that sits somewhere between the sumptuousness of Philadelphia International releases and eighties disco-funk.
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Played by: Superbreak, Admin
 in stock $10.16
Barefoot Beats 10 (limited 10")
Cat: BB 10. Rel: 01 Jul 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. The Patchouli Brothers - "Like A Dream" (5:20)
  2. Bernardo Pinheiro - "Deixar A Peteca Cair" (6:02)
Review: More top class South American servings for a variety of tropical nightlife situations courtesy of the ever reliable Dylan-Thomas Childs and John McLeod aka The Patchouli Brothers on their 10th release. Treat yourself to another duo of Bahian beauties featured here by the Toronto/Montreal connection (and Beam Me Up residents) on the sultry groove of "Like A Dream". On the flip we have Bernardo Pinheiro: one of the most important Brazilian DJs in activity, with a career spanning 20 years as a creative artist producing and composing. He delivers the lo-slung and sunkissed groove of "Deixar A Peteca Cair".
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Wozani La (12" + insert)
Cat: LCT 003. Rel: 28 Jun 19
International
  1. Hide & Seek (4:52)
  2. By Hook Or By Crook (5:03)
Review: Formidably hard to find in its original form, Patience Africa's "Wozani" has finally been given the reissue treatment by La Casa Tropical. Those lucky enough to own a copy of the 1987 release - the South African singer's final EP - will note that this edition omits some tracks, instead offering loud cuts of just two (admittedly superb) jams. A-side "Hide & Seek" is a perfect example of the then developing Kwaito sound, with Patience Africa's strong lead vocal and "bubblegum" style synthesizer melodies nestling atop New York freestyle influenced beats and a chunky bassline. "By Hook Or By Crook", meanwhile, is closer in sound and feel to straight-up "bubblegum" synth-pop, with sugary-sweet vocals, "Glam" style triple-time beats and a more swinging electronic bassline.
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Spaceship EP (blue vinyl double 12")
Cat: LAD 043. Rel: 10 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Space Ship (7:01)
  2. Planet Gold (9:38)
  3. Space Ship (Vitalic remix) (6:18)
  4. Space Ship (Fango The Suppa RoboT Dancer remix) (5:15)
  5. Spaceship (JD Twitch remix) (6:34)
  6. Spaceship (Superpitcher Space Trip) (10:09)
  7. Spaceship (Superpitcher Space Strip) (5:15)
Review: Life and Death has pushed the boat out here, backing two quality cuts from Paulor - the chugging, acid-fired dancefloor hypnotism of "Space Ship" and the New Wave influenced electronic moodiness of "Planet Gold" - with a quintet of headline-grabbing remixes. Techno hero Vitalic steps up first with a beefed up, rush-inducing version of "Space Ship" rich in apreggio style bass, spacey melodies and thrusting TB-303 acid lines. Fango Tha Suppa RoboT Dancer gives the same track a punchy, '80s electro style overhaul before Optimo's JD Twitch steals the show with a version that layers razor-sharp riffs over a dystopian mix of analogue bass and pots-and-pans percussion. Superpitcher rounds things off in style, first with a hypnotic, chugging "Space Trip" version and then a sublime "Space Strip" ambient take that's almost breathtakingly blissful.
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Big Wig (12")
Cat: KTZ 01. Rel: 03 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Big Wig (7:21)
  2. Big Wig (Donald Dust remix) (7:49)
  3. Shooting Star (6:40)
  4. Shooting Star (dub) (5:31)
Review: While they're usually on-point with their vinyl outings, there's something extra-special about the latest excursion from Leeds lads PBR Streetgang. For proof, check title track "Big Wig", a maelstrom of analogue electronics, proto-house era, electro-influenced drums, throbbing bass, whooping vocal samples and the kind of bubbly but heavy electronic bassline usually associated with Maurice Fulton's Syclops records. Remixer Donald Dust drags the track further towards NYC freestyle territory on his surprisingly spacey version, before Tom and Bonar make some 1985 freestyle/electro movements of their own via the alien funk of "Shooting Star". As you might expect, the stripped back accompanying Dub mix is even more potent.
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  1. Francesco Piergudi - "Introspection" (7:51)
  2. Francesco Piergudi - "Introspection" (Giorgio Gigli Variance) (7:56)
  3. Francesco Piergudi - "Introspection" (Lory D remix) (6:53)
Review: TECHNO ROME!!
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Played by: Miles Atmospheric
 in stock $11.45
The Sentient City Awakens (12" 再プレス)
Cat: SEM 054. Rel: 04 Jul 19
Electro
  1. Inward Stream (6:29)
  2. Twilight Sequence (6:17)
  3. Hydro Subway (5:48)
  4. Bioluminiscent Trees (5:28)
  5. Frond Of Stars (3:10)
Review: Although Emile Facey has been producing as Plant 43 for roughly six years, the UK producer appears to be in a rich vein of form right now. Having debuted in impressive fashion on Dutch label Frustrated funk earlier this year, Plant 43 resurfaces on Semantica with this equally worthy five track 12" The Sentient City Awakens. No stranger to Svreca's label having first graced Semantica last year, this record will please Plant 43 fans no end, with "Inward Stream" and "Hydro Subway" showing equal reverence to melody and booming percussion that few other current electro practitioners can match. Concluding production "Frond Of Stars" is beautifully epic.
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Cat: PC 34879/AL34870. Rel: 24 Jun 19
Deep House
  1. Come Go With Me (4:21)
  2. Come Go With Me (Joaquin Joe Claussell Unofficial edits version) (5:48)
Review: Originally released in 1977 "Come Go with Me" is a song by R&B group Pockets, which charted reasonably high in various charts at the time. This issue features a respectful resplice by New York City's master of spiritual life music himself: Joaquin Joe Claussell. The original version on the A side is featured for your enjoyment - that's a given - and you can enjoy this timeless classic featuring producer Verdine White's amazing production.
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Cat: SBTL 016. Rel: 16 Jul 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Lost Ark (10:25)
  2. Making Waves (6:42)
  3. Mentalist (7:21)
Review: Mihai Pol is undoubtedly the current favourite of Romania's storied minimal techno scene at present, and continues with his consistent output with a new one for Berlin by way of Frankfurt's Subtil here - after some thrilling outings on Telum, Synaesthesia and Ibiza's More Than Music. Pol's signature groove is bouncy and uplifting as heard on the reduced funk of opener "Lost Ark" which was no doubt tested thoroughly on Bucharest's afterhours scene. On the flip, two more cuts await: the tough bass-driven entancer that is the title track ("Making Waves") which could be used to easily lead in to the peak time, or the heady and infectious tool that follows - fittingly titled "Mentalist"
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Shuriken Vol 2 (pink vinyl 12")
Cat: SHA 147. Rel: 08 Jul 19
Drum And Bass
  1. Pola & Bryson - "Find Your Way" (feat Charlotte Haining) (5:17)
  2. Glxy & Gzb - "Yes Jah" (5:13)
  3. Mitekiss - "Some People" (4:34)
  4. Signal - "How Will I Know" (3:57)
Review: Shogun Audio dig deep into the vaults once again for a collection of long-demanded vinyl outings. Taken from right across the label's broad spectrum, we kick off with Pola, Bryson & Charlotte Haining's anthem sing-along "Find Your Way" before GLX follow with one of their darkest steppers to date "Yes Jah". Meanwhile on the flip Mitekiss's piano-massaging dreamweaver "Some People" before Signal's hurricane vocal headbutt "How Will I Know You" shuts down the session in timeless style. Grab it while you can.
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Cat: RDC 002. Rel: 10 Jul 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. La French Touch (69 mix) (5:46)
  2. La French Touch (Cody Currie remix) (5:24)
  3. Canabliss (6:05)
  4. The Rebound Love Affair (feat Paul Rudder) (5:41)
Review: Gallic producer Yann Polewka has previously impressed via sizzling singles on Roots For Bloom, The House of Love and Cardiology, so hopes are naturally high for this outing on Ravenelli Disco Club. We shouldn't have worried. Title track "Le French Touch (69 Mix)" is the kind of celebratory, sample heavy disco-house cut that could have been made by a previous generation of French producers - all bumpin' beats, filtered disco samples and restless bass. On his jazz deep house remix, Cody Currie filters the disco samples out further while adding some psychedelic acid lines. Polweka gets a chance to showcase his skills further on side B, first via the hot-to-trot peak-time disco deepness of "Cannabliss" and then through housed-up Jimmy Ross revision "The Rebound Love Affair (featuring Paul Rudder)".
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Cat: 705117 Rel: 26 Jun 19
 
Complete music production kit featuring pad controller, audio interface, microphone & software
Notes: Produce your tracks and get professional results with this tightly integrated, all-PreSonus production kit. Start triggering samples and loops in real-time with the flexible and intuitive ATOM pad controller. Record vocals and create your own sample library with the bus-powered AudioBox USB 96 audio/MIDI interface and M7 large-diaphragm condenser microphone. Capture and mix it all in Studio One Artist with the bonus MVP Loop content library and the Studio Magic Plug-in Suite for professional results.

ATOM: Fast, flexible control:

Produce beats, play virtual instruments, and trigger sound effects and loops with unsurpassed expressiveness and flexibility! The most versatile pad controller in its class, PreSonus' ATOM pad controller is compatible with most music software and integrates with included Studio One Artist production software to let you create and perform with ease. Perform and produce with virtual instruments and trigger samples and loops in real-time, using 16 full-size, velocity- and pressure-sensitive RGB pads and 8 assignable pad banks. MIDI Keyboard mode, Note Repeat mode, and Full Velocity mode enable you to custom control your instruments. And with 4 programmable rotary encoders and 20 assignable buttons, you can navigate and set more parameters faster.

Studio One Artist makes recording a breeze:

No other recording and production software is this easy to learn and use, yet is capable of creating studio-quality output. Studio One Artist lets you work quickly and stay focused on your inspiration and offers unlimited tracks and plug-ins. Access powerful editing tools without wading through menus. Load and save audio clips, MIDI files, and effects by drag-and-drop. Studio One makes it easy! Best of all, ATOM and Studio One integrate tightly so you can enjoy a blazingly fast, professional-style workflow.

AudioBox USB 96: Simple, reliable, and portable:

The simple, handy AudioBox USB 96 audio/MIDI interface has just the right features for your recording needs, including two combo mic/instrument inputs and zero-latency monitoring, so you can simply plug in and start recording right away. Bus-powered, built to travel, compatible with most recording software for Mac and Windows, and equipped with high-performance microphone preamplifiers and professional-quality, 24-bit, 96 kHz converters, the AudioBox USB 96 makes high-definition recording easy.

Capture every nuance with the M7 condenser microphone:

Get your mic collection off to a good start with the M7 large-diaphragm condenser microphone. Condenser mics are the overwhelming choice of recording studio professionals, enabling you to capture musical details, harmonics, and subtle nuances that would get lost with dynamic mics. Large-diaphragm condenser microphones like the M7 tend to "warm up" a sound, making them go-to microphones for recording vocals and a wide range of instruments.

Everything you need:

With the ATOM Producer Lab and a laptop, you're ready to start producing. You'll love ATOM's expressive pads and flexible controls, and its tight integration with Studio One will open up your production environment and speed up your workflow. You get a wealth of virtual instruments, loops, and drum kits with Studio One, plus the Studio Magic Plug-in Suite and a carefully curated MVP Loops loop and one-shot library custom-designed for ATOM. You can buy even more content from the PreSonus Shop. Check out the ATOM Producer Lab at your favourite PreSonus dealer today!
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Cat: CL 01. Rel: 15 Jul 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. Sarmoung (5:28)
  2. Ultima Caccia (2:21)
  3. Stelle Marine (3:27)
  4. Portinatx (3:47)
Review: Chiaia Lovers is the latest label to rise from Naples' vibrant electronic music underground. For release number one, the freshly minted imprint has turned to fellow debutant Prince Ozay, a producer apparently inspired by the teachings of early 20th century philosopher and mystic Georges Gurdjieff (a man who sported one of the finest moustaches of all time). It's a rather fine debut, all told, with the mysterious producer skipping between wild jazz-funk/broken beat/space funk fusion ("Samoung"), deep and dreamy nu-jazz ("Ultima Caccia"), mystical ambience (the inspired and intoxicating "Stelle Marine") and acoustic guitar-sporting Balearic bliss ("Portinatx").
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Big Boi (12")
Cat: NC 009. Rel: 02 Jul 19
Deep Dubstep
  1. Big Boi (4:54)
  2. Swinger Club (3:12)
  3. Talk Crime (3:50)
Review: Following a whole run of releases on labels such as Encrypted, Version Collective and Deep Dark & Dangerous, Dutch darksmith Ramsez makes his debut on Jack Sparrow's Navy Cut. He does so with three stark blueprints; "Big Boi" backs up its badman title with a savage drill-like bassline and some of the wooziest beats he's crafted to date, "Swinger Club" gets a little sweary over deep space beats and a bassline that breathes while "Talk Crime" ends things on a pranged note as dissonant textures whip up deep mists and the bassline warps, melts and eventually combusts before your very ears. The only crime to talk of here would be to sleep on this...
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Cat: WR 005. Rel: 08 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Another Day (main vocal mix) (7:17)
  2. Tell Me Something (6:16)
  3. Feel Good (6:54)
  4. Another Day (Patrice Scott mix) (6:43)
Review: Italian producer Reekee is back on his Wrong Notes label with another assured take on the soulful house template, which leads in with the bugged-out funk of "Another Day." Erik Rico's vocals sound on-point for this track, pushing Reekee's production into the stratosphere. "Tell Me Something" keeps the vibe resolutely deep, while "Feel Good" shuffles through a heads down club workout of the highest caliber. You'd be forgiven for thinking this record was landing on a label like Kai Alce's NDATL. Patrice Scott lends his masterful touch to "Another Day", edging the track into a different plain of emotional expression without losing the focus of Rico's vocal.
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Cat: 716749 Rel: 08 Jul 19
 
High performance DVS mixer for Serato
Notes: Reloop ELITE is a professional DVS mixer for Serato DJ Pro, developed in close cooperation with international turntable artists. Due to the combination of a performance-oriented layout and powerful features, ELITE allows you to fully realise your DJ potential. The full version of Serato DJ Pro, including the DVS Expansion Pack, is provided plug 'n' play. Additionally, ELITE comes with two Serato control records with NoiseMap technology.

16 extra large RGB Pads:

Via the 16 extra-large RGB pads it is possible to control up to 12 performance modes per deck in Serato DJ Pro, including two user modes. You can set individual adjustments by using the parameter buttons and with 4 mode selector buttons over 3 layers and independent control of pad modes on each deck, the creative possibilities are endless.

DUAL 10 In/Out USB 2.0 Audio Interface & Ergonomic Browse Section:

ELITE comes equipped with a powerful DUAL 10 In/Out USB 2.0 Audio Interface, which offers outstanding sound characteristics in 24-bit resolution. Two computers can be connected at the same time via both USB ports. This way a seamless transition from one DJ to another during performance becomes as easy as possible. In the battle mixer's centre you find the ergonomically designed browse section, that allows efficient one-handed control and which can be switched independently from the source selection (USB A or B) via the Focus computer control.

2 x OLED & dedicated Loop Control:

The two OLED displays show real-time information regarding effects, BPM, beat parameters and setup menu. Each deck has a separate loop section which can be controlled intuitively, thanks to the push encoder which also disposes of a manual loop function. Via the LED bar the selected loop length is directly visible.

Individual Pad Modes:

In combination with the RP-8000 MK2 it is possible for the first time to control the pad modes on various devices individually and simultaneously.

Smart Link USB Hub:

External devices, such as MIDI controllers, storage media or smartphones can be connected and loaded via the two smart link USB ports. When connecting RP-8000 MK2 turntables, these will automatically recognize the corresponding deck (1 or 2). All of ELITE's control elements are MIDI compatible and can be used to control any compatible software.

Sturdy Metal Construction with Resistant Finish in Deep Black Metallic:

Thanks to the sturdy construction of robust metal and high-quality control elements, such as the screwed metal potentiometers, ELITE is built and ready for rough daily life. The two high-retention USB ports guarantee a safe connection and offer protection against unwanted signal loss. The surface is processed with a hard-wearing finish, which is especially resistant against scratches and is finished in a timeless deep metallic black.

Unleash a new dimension of creativity:

Including Serato DJ Pro with DVS Support and 2x Serato Control Records with NoiseMap Technology. In combination with the RP-8000 MK2 it is possible for the first time to control the pad modes on various devices individually and simultaneously.
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Reloop Spin Portable DJ Turntable (portable turntable)
Cat: 735545 Rel: 08 Jul 19
 
Portable turntable for vinyl lovers & scratch artists
Notes: The ultimate portable turntable.

Reloop SPIN is a portable turntable that guarantees mobile fun anywhere you want! The turntable comes with everything you need out of the box and is especially optimized for scratching and cutting.

Bluetooth streaming of your music:

The Bluetooth Audio Streaming technology allows wireless streaming of music or beats via SPIN - this way the turntable becomes a speaker for your smartphone.

Direct USB recording:

Via the USB recording function it is possible to record your scratches and cuts in MP3 format directly to an USB stick. This interface can also be used for digitizing records.

Includes 7" scratch vinyl:

SPIN comes with a 7'' slipmat and an exclusive 7" scratch vinyl containing specially mastered scratch samples and beats for beginners and experienced scratch artists alike.

Flexible power options:

Enjoy your records on the road: SPIN is extremely portable, not only due to its shape and small form factor, but also thanks to its flexible power options. It can be used with a regular USB power supply unit (5 V, 2 A), USB power bank or rechargeable batteries. The batteries can be inserted in the compartment on the bottom and are sold separately. A power LED keeps you informed about the turntable's operational status. The dust cover protects the turntable and thanks to the handle, SPIN can be carried like a suitcase. Skip-proof rubber feet guarantee stability.

Outstanding for mobile scratching and cutting:

Via the switch on the turntable's top panel you can select between 3 speeds (33 1/3, 45 & 78 rpm) which covers all available speeds. The straight tone arm offers enhanced stability and can be fixed into position with a transportation lock. The pre-installed cartridge has excellent tracking features and holds the groove tightly, even when carrying out fast scratches.

45-mm Crossfader pre-installed:

The precise 45-mm crossfader has a unique form factor and thanks to the two-rail technology it is especially sturdy. Moreover, it is possible to install the crossfader on either side of the platter - simply select your preferred position.

Extensive controls & adjustment possibilities:

On the top panel you can find a start/stop button as well as a pitch control with a range of +/-20 % for precise setting. A tone control can be used to adapt the sound of the lows to your requirements. Volume for the AUX input and master/headphones output can be adjusted via two separate controls. There is also a 7'' adapter for records with a large centre hole.

Reloop SPIN - Connect through vinyl:

Through the combination of turntable and mixer as well as the high connectivity, SPIN is ideal for vinyl lovers as well as scratch artists and aspiring DJs.

- Inputs: AUX 3.5 mm stereo, Bluetooth audio
- Outputs: master RCA, USB (USB-A), headphones 3.5/6.3 mm stereo
- Dimensions: 370 x 95 x 260 mm
- Weight: 1.61 kg
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Cat: REN 250003V. Rel: 05 Jul 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Blade Runner (Maceo Plex Renaissance remix) (8:54)
  2. Blade Runner (6:01)
Review: It was way back in 1992 that Remake - an Italian quartet that serial pseudonym collector Alex Neri amongst its number - first released their take on Vangelis' legendary theme from Blade Runner. You can find their original version - a pulsating, floor-friendly take which heavily influenced the development of both trance and progressive house - tucked away on the B-side of this timely Renaissance reissue. The main attraction, though, is undoubtedly Maceo Plex's A-side remix. Fittingly, this not only comes smothered in creepy noises - very Blade Runner 2049 - and a fresh tech-house rhythm track, but also boasts sharp Fairlight-CMI stabs and far greater use of the oh-so-familiar piano melody.
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High Flyer (reissue) (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VIBR 020. Rel: 08 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. High Flyer (6:45)
  2. High Flyer (Angel mix) (6:04)
Review: It feels like this reissue on the mighty Vibraphone has been a long time coming. While the Italian deep house bastion seemed to be focusing more on contemporary releases, they kept this gem from their back catalogue in their back pocket and now its time has come. Ricardo's "High Flyer" is a stone-cold deep house stunner, whichever version you plump for. The swooning pads and sweet organ lines are great on the original version, but for us the "Angel Mix" pips it with the edges smoothed out for a pure escapist strain of deep house truly sent from the heavens.
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Cat: ERC 082. Rel: 15 Jul 19
Dub
  1. I Have Been Waiting For You (vocal) (3:46)
  2. I Have Been Waiting For You (version) (3:37)
  3. I Have Been Waiting For You (DJ Duckcomb Digimix) (7:19)
Review: Emotional Rescue serve up a balmy curveball cut perfect for the summer months here. Glen Ricks "I Have Been Waiting For You" was originally released back in 1983 on the highly collectible Seraf label, and it's rightly been a holy grail dig ever since. With a distinctive swinging funk in the groove and some deliciously wobbly dub chords, this is not your average 80s boogie cut. Ricks' vocal channels the most soulful Jamaican deliveries, sealing the deal on this evergreen jam that sounds great in original and version forms. DJ Duckcomb steps up with a tender "Digimix" that retains the dusty crunch of the original with just a little extra bite in the beats.
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Contrails (2xLP)
Cat: ESP 084. Rel: 12 Jul 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. First Snow (5:18)
  2. Pendant Qu'ils Dorment (6:10)
  3. Ghetto Berlino (7:16)
  4. Lonely Walk (4:29)
  5. Vespa (5:28)
  6. Lavaux (8:08)
  7. Love Is Not Enough (5:47)
  8. Mona Slow (9:04)
  9. Where The Wind Blows (5:12)
  10. A Little Rain (1:52)
  11. Dedale (6:08)
  12. Marble Zone (3:46)
  13. Daimon (1:37)
  14. Philemon (3:14)
Review: After years spent operating in the grey area where deep house, techno and tech-house meet, Raphael Ripperton has decided to indulge his ambient side. He's touched on the style on previous albums, of course, but "Contrails" marks the first time he's completely eschewed the demands of the dancefloor. He should perhaps do it more often, because it's a genuinely evocative, atmospheric and eye-opening excursion. The double album's 14 tracks are full of subtle differences and gentle stylistic shifts, from the ghostly electronics and hissing aural textures of "Lonely Walk" and the stretched-out, Tangerine Dream style analogue synthesizer fluidity of "Lavaux", to the Pete Namlook style deep space wooziness of "Where The Wind Blows" and the Steve Reich-meets-Gaussian Curve shimmer of "Dedale".
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Cat: R84 001. Rel: 24 Jun 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Robot84 vs Native Dub (vocal version) (7:34)
  2. Robot84 vs Native Dub (Dubstrumental) (6:18)
Review: This limited edition 12" presents the heavy weight debut from Italo Disco/House tour de force, Robot84. With chaos being caused across the dance floors all over the world, the two tracker features a mind bending vocal version and a vinyl only Dubstrumental version. With support from the likes of DJ Harvey, The Black Madonna, Gerd Janson, Honey Dijon, Artwork and many many more, this one is bound to be heating up the summer parties for a long time. Hot Tip!
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  1. Paolo Rocco - "Everything Is Right" (6:42)
  2. Stevn Aint Leavn - "Tungo" (6:54)
  3. Matt J Dub - "Equinox" (6:47)
  4. Chris Stussy - "The Law Of Attraction" (6:25)
Review: Following up a terrific inaugural release by label bosses Paolo Rocco and Pijynman, new Montreal imprint and club night Inthebooth returns with a killer various artist EP for its sophomore effort - featuring unreleased back catalogue business. Boss man Rocco kicks things off with the emotive late night deepness of "Everything Is Right", while also on the A side we have Berlin's Stevn Aint Leavn (Beste Modus) who truly hypnotises with the sexy tribal funk of "Tungo". On the flip, Ottawa's Matt J Dub is in fine form on "Equinox" and the ever impressive Chris Stussy from The Netherlands brings the swing good and proper on his tight groove "The Law Of Attraction".
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15 Yrs Systematic (picture disc 12")
Cat: SYST 01246. Rel: 08 Jul 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Marc Romboy - "Shooting Stars Never Stop" (7:16)
  2. Rodriguez Jr - "Okeechobee" (6:38)
  3. ARTBAT - "Orbital" (9:02)
  4. John Digweed & Nick Muir - "Alkuoln" (8:21)
Review: Notching up 15 successful years as a record label is some feat in this day and age, so it's understandable that Systematic has decided to mark reaching this milestone in style. The German imprint's anniversary EP - a tidy looking picture disc - fittingly kicks off with a track by founder Marc Romboy. He's at his mesmerizing best on "Shooting Stars Never Stop", a deep tech-house roller rich in cascading melodies, starry electronics, subtle acid lines and clanking machine drums. Rodriguez Jr offers up the elongated chords, hypnotic grooves and glassy-eyed positivity of "Okeechobee", before Artbat doffs a hat to mid-90s UK techno on the aptly titled "Orbital". To round things off, John Digweed joins forces with Nick Muir on the shimmering brilliance of "Alkouln", whose loved-up breakdown is simply stunning.
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Cat: 728570 Rel: 16 Jul 19
 
26HP Eurorack spectral re-synthesiser module
Notes: Rossum Electro-Music Software Architect Bob Bliss (who also, as it happens, fathered E-mu's famed "EOS" Emulator Operating System) has created Panharmonium, a unique music and sound design tool that analyses the spectral content of any audio signal and uses that analysis to drive a bank of from 1 to 33 oscillators. Depending on various control settings, Panharmonium can accurately reproduce the input spectrum in real time or modify it in a multitude of wildly creative ways. All with an interface whose immediacy encourages performance and interaction.

Panharmonium input can be anything from a single oscillator to an entire mix (including vocals). From dense, swirling pads and drones that evolve with the input's changing spectrum, to clock-syncable spectral arpeggiation, to as-yet unnamed harmonic effects, Panharmonium opens up an entirely new world of sonic possibilities.

Additionally, Panharmonium can take a snapshot of an instantaneous spectrum and use that as a complex harmonic oscillator, which can then be modified and modulated by all of Panharmonium's other controls.

Panharmonium accomplishes its magic though a combination of functional submodules:

Spectral Analyser:

The Spectral Analyser provides tools for defining the analysis process.

- The Slice parameter sets the rate at which the incoming audio is transformed to spectral data. It can be set by the Slice and Multiplier controls, the Tap button, or by an external clock signal. Very short slice times result in real-time spectral data, while longer times can create rhythmic spectral patterns.
- The Centre Freq and Bandwidth controls (and associated CV inputs and attenuverters) control the range of frequencies to be analysed. The Bandwidth control allows the selection of narrow to wide pass bands on the left side of the pot and narrow to wide notches on the right side of the pot. The ability to sweep the frequency and modify the bandwidth under CV control opens up a wide range of sonic effects.
- The Freeze button lets you freeze the spectral integrator, sustaining the currently analysed spectrum.

Spectral Modifiers:

These controls allow you to creatively modify the analysed spectra.

- The Voice parameter lets you select from 1 to 33 oscillators to resynthesise the spectrum.
- The Blur parameter (and associated CV input) is a spectral lag processor that controls how quickly the spectrum can change.
- The Feedback control (and associated CV input) lets you route the re-synthesised audio back into the entire processing chain for subtle or dramatic feedback effects. At its max, the output becomes self-sustaining, even if the input is removed.

Oscillator Bank:

The Oscillator Bank resynthesises the analysed spectra.

- The Waveform parameter selects the oscillators' waveform. In addition to the usual sine, triangle, sawtooth and pulse waveforms, two special crossfading sine and sawtooth waveforms are included.
- The Freq control lets you tune the oscillators over a +/-7 semitone range. The frequency is further controlled by the 1V/Oct input and the FM input and attenuverter.
- The Octave control, not surprisingly, shifts the pitch of the output by octaves.
- The Glide parameter sets the amount of polyphonic glide (i.e., each oscillator has its own glide circuit).
- The Mix control (and associated CV input) sets the balance between the original input audio and the resynthesised audio.

Optional Functions:

A number of optional functions can be selected by using the Output Mode and Tap buttons.

- Holding the Output Mode button and adjusting the Slice control enables Drums Mode, which optimizes the spectral analysis for drums and other percussive inputs.
- Holding the Output Mode button and adjusting the Centre Freq control allows you to instead set the lower frequency of the analysis range.
- Holding the Output Mode button and adjusting the Freq control enables Spectral Warping. In contrast to conventional frequency adjustment, where the harmonic relationships between the spectral elements are preserved, Spectral Warping shifts the harmonic elements individually, producing a variety of clangourous, swarming textures.
- Holding the Tap button and adjusting the Freq control quantizes the resulting frequency adjustments to semitones.

Spectra Memories and Presets:

Panharmonium provides 12 user Spectra memories and 12 user Presets (in addition to 12 each factory memories).

- The Spectra memories let you store up to 12 frozen slices. When selected, a spectrum (up to 33 oscillators wide!) replaces any live input and can have its pitch controlled by the 1V/Oct input and FM controls.
- A Preset is a snapshot of all of the module settings, along with the value of any CVs present at the moment the preset is saved.

Panharmonium is 26HP wide and 25mm deep.
Power requirements (max): 140mA +12V, 30mA -12V. Reverse polarity protected.
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Trasmissioni (gatefold LP)
Cat: MND 010LP. Rel: 17 Jul 19
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Progressi Della Scienza (3:19)
  2. Telemusic (6:24)
  3. Esterno Neve (5:19)
  4. Studio Ritmico (4:38)
  5. Delta Sound (2:00)
  6. Nightlife (6:36)
  7. Effetto Notte (5:41)
  8. Timing (4:54)
Review: Last year, Raiders of the Lost Arp (real name Marco Pierro) popped up on Edizioni Mondo with a decidedly Balearic EP that ranks amongst his best work to date (and that's saying something). Here he returns to Francesco de Bellis's label with an album that's arguably even better. Rich in analogue synthesizers, bubbly lo-fi drum machine rhythms, sun-baked guitars and toasty bass, "Transmissioni" brilliantly strings together drowsy neo-Balearic gems in a range of interconnected styles. It's a superb set all told, with highlights including the subtle Tullio de Piscopo tribute "Studio Ritmico", the stargazing, arpeggio-led ambient of "Progressi Della Scienzi", the shuffling afternoon warmth of "Nightlife" and the Mark Barrott-esque goodness of closing cut "Timing".
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Cat: DR 001. Rel: 26 Jun 19
Broken Beat/Nu Jazz/Nu Soul
  1. James Rudie - "Good Fry Up" (5:40)
  2. Szajna - "Break In My Back" (4:19)
  3. Captain Over - "No-Look Nutmeg" (3:50)
  4. Xtra Brux - "Somebody" (5:43)
  5. Trev - "For You Around Me" (4:57)
  6. Ishfaq - "Hypnosis No 9" (5:06)
Review: Freshly minted label Dance Regular has pushed the boat out for release number one, pulling together no less than six tracks on a multi-artist extravaganza. James Rudie steps up first via the Rhodes-laden, off-kilter deep house dustiness of "Good Fry Up", before Szajna doffs a cap towards 2000 Black on the deep and musically rich broken beat business of "Break In My Back". Captain Over's "No-Look Nutmeg" is a suitably bass-heavy bruk workout laden with 8-bit electronics, while Xtra Brux's "Somebody" brilliant joins the dots between broken beat and two-step garage. Elsewhere, Trev's "For You Around Me" is a sumptuous chunk of summery and soulful dancefloor bliss, while Ishfaq's "Hypnosis No 9" is jazzy, synth-heavy and wayward in the best possible way.
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Pikelot (140 gram clear red vinyl 12")
Cat: MCRNS 03. Rel: 15 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Rudolf C - "Moonwalker" (5:50)
  2. LK - "Into The 2.0" (7:30)
  3. Leonid - "Cosmic Origin" (5:51)
  4. Alpha Crucis - "About U" (5:20)
  5. DX2OV - "Cone" (3:44)
Review: The Micronesia label has always impressed with its various artists releases, although they're never in a hurry to get another record together. Finally volume three is here, and it features another intriguing cast of characters. Rudolf C brings some crisp and crackling deep house bedded down with hazy pads and sprinkled on top with curious cosmic trills. LK is back on the label with a mellow roller, while Leonid gets things hot and sticky for the clamoring throb of "Cosmic Origin". Alpha Crucis pings off into super-deep backroom quarters with the gorgeous "About U", and DX2OV keeps things chilled but funky on the dust-caked "Cone".
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  1. Music Of The Earth
  2. Let's Sing A Song Of Love
  3. Haven't You Heard (12' version)
  4. Givin' It Up Is Givin Up (with DJ Rogers)
  5. When I Found You
  6. Forget Me Nots (12" version)
  7. Look Up! (long version)
  8. Number One (12' version)
  9. Where There Is Love
  10. Never Gonna Give You Up (Won't Let You Be) (long version)
  11. All We Need
  12. Remind Me (LP version)
  13. Settle For My Love
  14. Feels So Real (Won't Let Go) (12" version)
  15. To Each His Own
Review: Given the stone-cold-classic status of Patrice Rushen's disco-era recordings on Elektra, it's little surprise to see Strut offering up this superb retrospective of that key period in her career. Naturally, the big club hits are present - "Feels So Real (Can't Let Go)", "Haven't You Heard", "Number One" and "Forget Me Nots" - but it's the quality of the lesser celebrated cuts and album tracks that most impresses. For proof, check the sharp horns and good grooves of "Look Up (Extended Version)", the breezy boogie bounce of "Never Gonna Give You Up (Won't Let You be)" and the electric piano solo-laden seductiveness of "Remind Me (LP Version)". There's naturally plenty of sweet slow jams to savour, too, those to our ears these pale in comparison to Rushen's dancefloor-focused output.
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Cat: BP 054. Rel: 17 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Reality Broadcast Off (7:41)
  2. We Are Everywhere (5:33)
  3. Disaffection (5:24)
Review: Last time we heard from James Ruskin, it was in collaboration with fellow UK techno veteran Mark Broom. Here he flies solo on Blueprint - the label he co-founded way back in 1997 - for the first time in five years. Title track "Reality Broadcast Off" is thrillingly wonky and unsettling, with Ruskin peppering a sturdy late night techno groove with waves upon waves of minor-key arpeggio lines and seemingly out of time motifs. It's great, all told, and most likely capable of inducing hallucinations in suitably refreshed dancers. He continues on a similarly off-kilter theme on the slightly more positive sounding - but no less mind-mangling - "We Are Everywhere", before rounding off a rock solid EP via the squelchy acid motifs and rumbling bass of "Disaffection".
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World Of Echo (2xLP 再プレス)
Cat: AU 1002-1. Rel: 04 Jul 19
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Tone Bone Kone
  2. Soon To Be Innocent Fun/Let's See
  3. Answers Me
  4. Being It
  5. Place I Know/Kid Like You
  6. She's The Star/I Take This Time
  7. Tree House
  8. See Through
  9. Hiding Your Present From You
  10. Wax The Van
  11. All Boy All Girl
  12. Lucky Cloud
  13. Tower Of Meaning/Rabbit's Ear/Home Away From Home
  14. Let's Go Swimming
  15. The Name Of The Next Song
  16. Happy Ending
  17. Canvas Home
  18. Our Last Night Together
Review: Well, we couldn't really be happier. In fact, there is almost nothing to say about this album apart from the fact that it is absolutely, downright essential. Originally released in 1986 on Rough Trade here in the UK, it has been reissued a few time over the years but has always vanished in the blink of an eye and reappeared on the EBay and Discogs circuits for big bucks. Finally, you can indulge in a beautifully remastered version on virgin vinyl. In what is seen by many cultic Russell fans as perhaps his biggest achievement, the LP drifts in and out of light and shadows with utter ease, truly portraying the genius of the man who paved much of the way for modern electronic music generally. From start to finish, it's an ethereal mixture of sparse beats, effect manipulations and folklore, charismatically told by one of the only artists in the history of experimental music to really combine and successfully bind so many unexpected musical terrains. We are only mere mortals, so we won't describe the music to you...just get yourself a copy and see...
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Love Is Overtaking Me (2xLP 再プレス)
Cat: AU 10101. Rel: 04 Jul 19
Rock
  1. Close My Eyes
  2. Goodbye Old Paint
  3. Maybe She
  4. Oh Fernanda Why
  5. Time Away
  6. Nobody Wants A Lonely Heart
  7. I Couldn't Say It To Your Face
  8. This Time Dad You're Wrong
  9. What It's Like
  10. Eli
  11. Hey! How Does Everybody Know
  12. I Forget & I Can't Tell (Ballad Of The Lights part 1)
  13. Habit Of You
  14. Janine
  15. Big Moon
  16. Your Motion Says
  17. The Letter
  18. Don't Forget About Me
  19. Love Is Overtaking Me
  20. Planted A Thought
  21. Love Comes Back
Review: A musical polymath like no other, the late Arthur Russell turned his hand to a bewildering variety of different musical styles, from avant-garde torch songs to pounding disco, yet all imbued with his otherworldly songwriting skill and richly emotional voice. This posthumous compilation, however, collects together the more oddly accessible material that he created, in largely acoustic and country styles. The cowboy hat on the sleeve may be strangely appropriate here, but more than this, the blend of plaintive melancholy and freewheeling charm can only leave the listener wondering how Arthur Russell managed to avoid mainstream success in his all-too-brief career. A strange and beguiling transmission from a unique talent.
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Run Around The Sun (limited green vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MRG 680. Rel: 17 Jul 19
Indie
  1. The Conversation (3:10)
  2. Almost It (3:16)
  3. Life's Too Short (4:08)
  4. Shame On Me (2:33)
  5. What's So Wrong (3:13)
  6. How Far (2:45)
  7. Is This Real (2:39)
  8. Write This Down (3:10)
  9. Brush Your Hair (3:20)
  10. Other Side (4:05)
Review: With touches of ska laced through tropical themes of guitars and other stringed instruments that are tied together with lyrics dipped in punky undertones, the music of Sacred Paws has comfortably found its niche. "Run Around The Sun" is their follow up to the debut album "Strike A Match" from 2017, and their sound has found its arc by fusing together a strong danceability of fast paced finger picking riffs with skittering drums and vocals that sometimes swoon into a generation X, post-90s grunge kind of feeling. With bigger hooks and choruses adding more to the band's already varied sonic, Sacred Paws are something to dance around.
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The Dark Side Of The Moog Vol 6 (180 gram vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 2478. Rel: 16 Jul 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Part I (7:52)
  2. Part II (7:10)
  3. Part III (4:39)
  4. Part IV (9:38)
  5. Part V (24:08)
  6. Part VI (10:39)
Review: Music On Vinyl has done the world a favour - or vinyl-loving ambient enthusiasts, at least - by offering up wax editions of Klaus Schulze and Pete Namlook's work as Dark Side of the Moog. For the uninitiated, the German duo released a string of CD-only ambient albums under the alias over a 14-year period between 1994 and 2008. Volume six, subtitled "the Final DAT", first surfaced on Namlook's Fax label in 1997. It featured fellow ambient explorer Bill Laswell and features tracks that drift between spoken word-laden deep space soundscapes ("Part I"), trip-hop influenced late night shufflers ("Part II"), bubbly ambient trance ("Part III"), blissful ambient techno ("Part IV", with its sun-kissed guitar solos and spaced-out grooves) and widescreen electronic epics (the utterly sublime brilliance of 24-minute "Part V").
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The Dark Side Of The Moog Vol 5 (180 gram vinyl 2xLP + insert)
Cat: MOVLP 2477. Rel: 16 Jul 19
Ambient/Drone
  1. Part I (4:45)
  2. Part II (3:47)
  3. Part III (4:46)
  4. Part IV (3:45)
  5. Part V (16:23)
  6. Part VI (8:41)
  7. Part VII (9:49)
  8. Part VIII (8:09)
Review: Between 1994 and 2008, German electronic legends Klaus Schulze and Pete Namlook recorded eleven albums as Dark Side of The Moog. Most of these were never released on vinyl, making this first wax edition of 1996's volume five - in which another legendary figure, Bill Laswell, also contributed - a must have for ambient enthusiasts. The set itself is typical of the pair's collaborative work, offering up a mixture of synthesizer-powered neo-classical movements, breathtaking ambient soundscapes, gentle rhythmic spaced-out epics, sunrise-ready electronica and deep space ambient dub. It's the sound of two true masters at work, offering up timeless electronic music that will never sound tired or contrived.
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