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Megamix 2001
Cat: BRK 31. Rel: 05 May 01
Electro
  1. Track 1
out of stock $5.54
Smash Metal EP
Smash Metal EP (double 7")
Cat: EFA 295587. Rel: 06 Mar 99
 
Electro House
out of stock $11.08
FORTHCOMING
Overseer
Overseer (12")
Cat: CE 037. Rel: 15 Jan 21
Electro
  1. Overseer
  2. Plashingers
  3. Vacuum Surfers
  4. Diaspora
coming soon $11.92
Turn It On
Turn It On (limited 12")
Cat: UTTER 42. Rel: 19 Nov 20
Electro
  1. Turn It On (4:44)
  2. Turn It On (dub) (4:49)
  3. Love Games (6:12)
  4. "43" (3:55)
Review: Another week, another killer electro outing from Dmx Krew. This one is a rather surprising one even for an artist who has done as much as Ed Upton, however: it's an EP of Level 42 covers that remoulds the English jazz-funk band as a collection of future funk robots. A real labour of love and a sincere tribute to the band Upton loved as a youth, 'Turn It On', 'Love Games' and '43' are the tracks he tackles. They all came on the Isle of Wight band's much acclaimed self-titled debut album in 1981 and here are kept true to their originals, but with plenty of synths and drum machines in place of the live instruments and a vocoder doing all the vocal work. The results will bring a smile to anyone's face.
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Played by: PHANTOM ISLAND
 in stock $15.25
Ghost Bubbles
Cat: TF 004. Rel: 12 Nov 20
Electro
  1. Diagnostic (2:50)
  2. Ghost Bubble (3:11)
  3. Deluge (3:04)
  4. Shiny (2:42)
  5. Water Ski (3:16)
  6. Headmounted Display (4:18)
  7. Vacuum Flowers (4:01)
  8. Juno Deep (4:37)
  9. Seems Reasonable (2:37)
  10. Suboptimal (4:14)
  11. Time Diffraction Effect (2:42)
  12. Lagrange Point (3:28)
  13. Mentosse (4:50)
Review: DMX Krew has had his own electro sound forever. He keeps on minding new veins within it each and every time he releases new music, which is pretty damn often despite how long he has been in the game. His latest is a double album on Terrestrial Funk that covers all aspects of his sound. There are playful melodies and squelchy bass on the opener but soon things move into more rugged dance floor territory on 'Ghost Bubble' while 'Deluge' keeps the spirit of Drexcyia alive. Brilliantly sci-fi in style, crisp in design and infectious in terms of its grooves, this is another master class from DMX Krew and his machines.
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 in stock $28.00
Dread It A Go EP
Dread It A Go EP (limited 12")
Cat: FE 042. Rel: 08 Sep 20
Electro
  1. Arrested Development (5:06)
  2. Bleakbeat (4:47)
  3. Blue Sprite (4:31)
  4. Dread It A Go (4:44)
out of stock $19.68
Panic Stations EP
Cat: CV 05. Rel: 02 Jun 20
Electro
  1. Panic Stations (6:02)
  2. Going Back (4:32)
  3. Alkane (6:12)
  4. Last Year's Model (4:51)
Review: If you only ever bought DMX Krew records, you could amass a pretty sizable record collection filled with high-quality releases. The Bedford-born producer is perhaps not as prolific as he once was, but the quality of his releases has never dipped. For proof, check his latest EP, which marks his first outing in Italian imprint Club Visions. He sets the tone with "Panic Stations", a melodious, jaunty and colourful skip through funk-fuelled electro territory, before reaching for the TB-303 acid lines on the Like Vibert-ish electro/acid house fusion of "Going Back". "Alkane" is a spacey, glassy-eyed chunk of retro-futurist acid house-meets-techno action, while "Last Year's Model" is a deeper stroll through warm and playful electro territory.
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out of stock $12.75
Modern Body EP
Cat: BRK 66. Rel: 20 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Zone Dance (4:01)
  2. Astro Wandering (3:20)
  3. Upstairs Track (5:07)
  4. Arcturus VII (2:52)
out of stock $10.26
Don't You Wanna Play?
Cat: GUDU 002. Rel: 01 Oct 19
Electro
  1. CJ Vibe (7:29)
  2. DXIOO (5:21)
  3. Don't You Wanna Play? (5:43)
  4. 110 Series (4:20)
Review: After launching the Gudu label with a superb EP of her own productions, Peggy Gou has recruited Ed Upton AKA DMX Krew - one of the most reliable producers in the house and techno scene - to handle release number two. Upton is in fine form from the off, sprinting his way through the atmospheric late night chords, garage style organ motifs, bustling acid lines and jacking drums of opener "CJ Vibe". He moves further towards vintage Motor City techno territory on the lusciously melodious but percussively punchy peak-time skip of "DXIOO", before reaching for the boogie synths and proto-house drums on futurist electrofunk number "Don't You Wanna Play?". To round things off, Upton brilliantly dips the tempo and layers up spacey melodies over classic analogue bass on "110 Series".
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Played by: Benjamin Fröhlich
out of stock $12.19
Computor Heart
Cat: BRK 65. Rel: 26 Sep 19
Electro
  1. Computor Heart (4:46)
  2. Inigo's Groove (4:26)
  3. Upgrade Path (4:13)
  4. Infinity Drive (5:05)
Review: Ed Upton has been in fine form this year, offering up two killer albums that explore the bittersweet heart of vintage sci-fi techno and Motor City style electro. "Computor Heart", his latest club-focused EP, is a little cheerier and giddier in outlook, charging between the 4/4, funk-fuelled electro futurism of the title track, the high-octane, Kraftwerk-on-acid flex of "Inigos Groove", the bustling, all-action squelch of 8-bit dancefloor rocker "Upgrade Path" and the metallic brilliance of "Infinity Drive", where chiming melodies dance atop wonky acid lines, thickset bass, punchy beats and ultra-dreamy chords. As the tried and tested cliche goes: this is all killer, no filler.
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Played by: Rocco Universal
out of stock $10.26
Libertine 12
Libertine 12 (2xLP)
Cat: LIB 12. Rel: 30 Aug 19
Electro
  1. It Might Have Been (6:19)
  2. Van Der Waals Interaction (3:51)
  3. Song For Pablo (4:19)
  4. Closed Book (2:59)
  5. Murky Past (3:26)
  6. Sonic Crossbow (4:29)
  7. Two Machines (4:46)
  8. Simple But Effective (3:54)
  9. Phase Lock Bass (3:14)
  10. Passengers In Your Brain (3:18)
Review: Whereas Ed Upton's previous DMX Krew album for Hypercolour explored the bittersweet world of electronic melancholia and laidback futurism, his latest full-length outing charges towards the dancefloor with a giddy grin and an adrenaline-fuelled lust for life. From start to finish, the untitled set is a throbbing rush of futurist techno, fizzing electro and muscular Italo-disco workouts, with Upton's trademark sound - think funk-fuelled synth-bass, psychedelic acid lines, intergalactic chord sequences and inspired electronic flourishes - guaranteeing countless cuts of timeless electronic music. Best of all, while most of the tracks are crying out for club plays, the album can be enjoyed as a single musical journey that stands up to repeated listens.
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out of stock $30.22
5 Ways 2 Jack (reissue)
5 Ways 2 Jack (reissue) (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: SRTX 004. Rel: 09 Jul 19
Techno
  1. Vicious Bleebz (4:04)
  2. Bleepology (5:32)
  3. Up 'N Down (4:07)
  4. Txing Control (4:10)
  5. Ragga Clash (3:41)
out of stock $10.54
Malekko Phase Mod
Cat: FAN 008. Rel: 07 Jun 19
Techno
  1. Malekko Phase Mod (6:42)
  2. Smoke Stack (4:59)
  3. Low Star (5:17)
  4. Suspicion (Ruff mix) (4:54)
out of stock $10.82
Glad To Be Sad
Cat: HYPELP 012. Rel: 15 Mar 19
Electro
  1. Shell Game (2:03)
  2. Spare Parts (4:04)
  3. Gate Output (5:10)
  4. Mystic Revelation (3:44)
  5. Dark Moon (5:38)
  6. Home Made Drum Machine (part 2) (3:55)
  7. Metal Mod Beat (2:48)
  8. MR10stery (4:03)
  9. Jagged (6:11)
  10. NP-Hard (4:30)
  11. Non Entity (4:36)
  12. Winter Dance (3:58)
out of stock $33.55
What Happened To Peace?
Cat: BRK 60. Rel: 31 Jan 19
Electro
  1. What Happened To Peace? (vocal) (5:37)
  2. What Happened To Peace? (instrumental) (5:21)
  3. Planet DMX (9:28)
out of stock $9.97
Sweatisfaction
Cat: BRK 61. Rel: 31 Jan 19
Electro
  1. Sweatisfaction (4:30)
  2. Neutral Net Funk (6:07)
  3. Urgent Enquiry (4:35)
  4. Hardware Storm (4:53)
Review: If you can't get no "Sweatisfaction", Edward Upton is here to help. The electro stalwart's latest four-track missive is naturally jam packed with heavy dancefloor workouts, with the title track delivering a near perfect fusion of heavy, two-step influenced electro beats, robotic vocal samples and body-popping synth-bass. Once you've toweled yourself down and are ready to go again, turn your attention to the shoulder-swinging alien electrofunk of "Neutral Net Funk", the Soulsonic Force-meets-Drexciya flex of "Urgent Enquiry" and the ambidextrous, outer space madness of "Hardware Storm", where fuzzy analogue riffs, slap bass and jaunty lead lines cluster around another rubbery electro groove. After that, a cold shower might be in order.
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out of stock $9.97
Stellar Gateway EP
Cat: BYR 014. Rel: 23 Nov 18
Electro
  1. Opening Statement (5:12)
  2. Regen1 (3:58)
  3. Stellar Gateway (4:13)
  4. Prophet 600 (2:50)
  5. Trimpot (4:45)
Played by: M50, Rob Belleville
 in stock $8.86
Nu Romantix (remastered)
Nu Romantix (remastered) (2xLP (plays at 45RPM))
Cat: PERMVAC 1731. Rel: 23 Oct 18
Electro
  1. Come To Me (5:39)
  2. Can U Feel The Power? (4:07)
  3. Mouse (2:39)
  4. You're Not There (3:20)
  5. You Can Do It! (3:00)
  6. End Of The Night (6:08)
  7. Place Called Love (3:59)
  8. Come To Me (instrumental) (5:40)
  9. I'm All Alone (Cylob mix) (3:54)
Review: ** REPRESS ALERT ** Timeless electro by UK stalwart Edward Upton, on this much deserved reissue of his 1998 LP Nu Romantix. Permanent Vacation have made the album available for the first time on a loud and sharp double 12" that has been carefully remastered by Lopazz for maximum pleasure. All the tracks you know and love from the orginal are here, such as his spooky Dopplereffekt tribute "You're Not There" featuring his terrific deadpan vocal delivery, the wonderfully creepy "Mouse" with its minimalist vibe and the cheeky vocoder antics of "End Of The Night" channelling some good ol' fashioned Italo vibes. Including the instrumental of "Come To Me" as a bonus track.
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out of stock $35.77
Traditions 07
Traditions 07 (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: TRAD 07. Rel: 16 May 18
Electro
  1. Permanent Reminder (5:06)
  2. Hectic Lives (5:35)
  3. Artificial Emotion (4:33)
  4. Habitable Zone (3:13)
  5. Quantized Vector (2:32)
out of stock $17.74
Peripheral Visions
Peripheral Visions (hand-numbered 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: BYR 004. Rel: 24 Nov 17
Electro
  1. Acid Arthur (4:39)
  2. Peripheral Visions (3:08)
  3. Glurk (3:43)
  4. Slam Your Body (4:50)
  5. Spiritual Machines (5:48)
Review: Last time we heard from prolific electro legend Ed Stratton AKA DMX Krew a couple of months back, he was laying down a rubbery and colourful selection of revivalist electro jams. On this first outing on Byrd Out, he takes a different approach, serving up a quintet of dancefloor jams variously influenced by Cybotron, Drexciya, deep space electro, Inner City style house jams and glassy-eyed, Nu Groove style deep house. If you're interested in the latter, head for the wonderfully tactile and positive closer "Spiritual Machines", while the lightly soiled bottom-end sleaze and crystalline melodies of "Peripheral Visions" is the one for those interested in positive, on-point electro. "Acid Arthur", meanwhile, is a particularly good example of acid/electro fusion.
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Played by: Kresy (Discomaths)
out of stock $15.52
Generic Wizard
Cat: SHIP 050. Rel: 28 Sep 17
Electro
  1. Bush Baby Bug Eyes (4:18)
  2. EQShift Trak (4:32)
  3. Language Response (3:57)
  4. Irrational Momentum (5:09)
  5. Generic Wizard (5:27)
Played by: LesYeuxOrange
out of stock $11.08
The Wiggly Worm
Cat: SRTX 018. Rel: 28 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. Grand Tour (5:52)
  2. Death Blip (4:34)
  3. The Wiggly Worm (5:01)
  4. Old Groove (5:24)
out of stock $8.86
Abstract Forms presents Synth Funk Vol 4: Sludge
Cat: SYFUNK 004. Rel: 25 Sep 17
Electro
  1. 98 Groove (3:03)
  2. Sea Chase (7:18)
  3. ?Disk I/O Error (2:57)
  4. Wrong (2:41)
  5. Polar Mambo (2:13)
  6. Sludge Fudge (2:45)
Review: In the 18 months that have passed since DMX Krew's last Synth Funk series release, the long-serving British producer has released no less than four albums, most of which focused on acid, IDM, braindance and electro. This then, marks his return to the gentle and jammed-out electrofunk and boogie vibes that he does so well. There are many treats amongst the six tracks on show, including the rubbery synth-bass, meandering synth solos and sweeping chords of "98 Groove", the aqua-funk-goes-house shuffle of "Sea Chase", the Damn Funk style goodness of "Wrong" and the sharp synth riffs and bold analogue bass of glacial closer "Sludge Fudge". In other words, it's another rock solid DMX Krew release.
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out of stock $9.42
Strange Directions
Cat: HYPELP 009. Rel: 06 Sep 17
Electro
  1. Snowy Blue (3:38)
  2. U Talk 2 Much (4:04)
  3. Hip Hopeless (4:07)
  4. Odd Chill (2:33)
  5. Home Made Drum Machine (4:45)
  6. Kinesthetic (3:13)
  7. Nice Portal (2:23)
  8. Soft Networks (3:42)
  9. Strode Down (3:05)
  10. Thin Hype (5:20)
  11. Grimsthorpe (4:26)
  12. Zero Sum (4:32)
  13. Axial Mode Beat (3:42)
  14. Strange Directions (4:30)
Review: 23 years have passed since Edward Upton first donned the DMX Krew alias, but the prolific British producer shows no signs of slowing down. Astonishingly, Strange Directions is the electro stalwart's 21st full-length excursion. Predictably, it's rather good, with Upton delivering a set that effortlessly body-pops between vocoder-laced electro workouts, melodious IDM, bass-heavy intelligent techno, gnarled Drexciyan throbbers, Artificial Intelligence style home listening fare and even a dash of muscular, tongue-in-cheek Italo-disco (the deliciously sleazy "Soft Networks"). As usual, the distinctive, off-kilter swing of original analogue hardware is present throughout, as Upton showcases his full range of talents. Recommended.
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out of stock $32.99
Artificial Gravity EP
Cat: MMR 002. Rel: 10 May 17
Electro
  1. Artificial Gravity (4:09)
  2. Calm Down (5:22)
  3. Lonely Weekend (5:48)
  4. Stochastic Walking (3:36)
Played by: Leri Ahel
out of stock $11.08
Space Cucumbers
Cat: CPU 00100110. Rel: 08 Dec 16
Electro
  1. Space Cucumbers (5:32)
  2. Re-invasion (3:50)
  3. Radioactive Leak (3:36)
  4. Positronic Matter (3:15)
  5. More Questions (2:50)
Review: Sheffield's Central Processing Unit is quietly becoming one of the most consistent labels in electronic music. Like Warp before them, they successful channel the Steel City's electronic and industrial heritage, while looking further afield for inspiration. Their latest 12" is a second latest outing for British veteran DMX Krew. He serves up a quintet of tracks that amply demonstrate his mastery of IDM, electro and '90s style intelligent techno. Given the ridiculously high quality threshold, picking highlights is tough; for the record, we'd recommend checking out the cheery electro bounce of "Re-Invasion", the intergalactic, Italo-disco influenced "Space Cucumbers", and the bittersweet IDM of "Radioactive Leak".
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out of stock $8.86
Escape MCP
Escape MCP (2xLP)
Cat: AFSLP 003. Rel: 03 Nov 16
Electro
  1. Master Control Processor (4:05)
  2. Time Refraction (3:24)
  3. Escape-MCP (3:53)
  4. Exclusion Zone (4:45)
  5. Prospect (3:27)
  6. Black Steps (3:32)
  7. Laser Glove (3:55)
  8. Infinite Library (3:38)
  9. Operators (4:07)
  10. Minimum Complexity Pursuit (3:33)
  11. Bubble Sort (1:48)
  12. Disk Drive (2:57)
  13. Short Circuit (2:54)
out of stock $20.52
1995-2015 20 Years: Classics Unreleased & Remixes
Cat: FR 011. Rel: 06 Sep 16
Electro
  1. DMX Bass (FR011-001) (4:18)
  2. Rock Your Body (demo version) (4:41)
  3. Deep Sea Pressure (4:52)
  4. Magic Trax (4:39)
  5. Cerberus (FR011-002) (5:16)
  6. Vicious Bleebz (Bintus mix) (6:09)
  7. Snoopy (4:22)
  8. Tonight (FR011-003) (2:20)
  9. The Fallen Kings (2:39)
  10. Dark Funk (2:56)
  11. William The Conqueror (2:35)
  12. White Noise/Black Hole (analogue) (1:38)
  13. Fx-3400P (4:18)
  14. Lies Inside (original instrumental) (3:17)
  15. William The Conqueror (instrumental) (2:35)
  16. Bad Boy (FR011-004) (4:30)
  17. The Game (instrumental) (3:24)
  18. Make Me (4:29)
  19. Last Days (2:52)
  20. Adrenalin Flow (Aux 88 remix - FR011-005) (5:46)
  21. Adrenalin Flow (Computor Rockers remix) (4:57)
  22. ZX Spectrum (4:13)
  23. ZX Spectrum (DJ Di'jital remix) (4:24)
  24. When The Going Gets Weird... (FR011-006) (3:44)
  25. Alpha Centauri (3:51)
  26. Cold Heart (part 1) (2:24)
  27. Soda (4:39)
  28. Memory Cube (2:43)
  29. FX500 (3:47)
  30. The Glass Room (extended mix - FR011-007) (4:19)
  31. You Can Do It (re-EQ) (2:56)
  32. Can U Feel The Power? (4:01)
  33. Street Boys (extended dub mix) (4:40)
  34. He Exists! (2015 edit) (3:47)
  35. Get With You (3:00)
  36. You Can’t Hide Your Love (Aphex Twin mix - FR011-008) (5:04)
  37. Space Pirate! (Lotek Style remix) (3:36)
  38. I’m All Alone (4:17)
  39. I’m All Alone (instrumental) (4:16)
  40. I’m All Alone (Cylob mix) (3:50)
  41. Guest House (JTC remix - FR011-009) (5:56)
  42. Kitchen Bench (JK remix) (5:15)
  43. Didn’t I? (extended version - FR011-010) (6:32)
  44. Funky Dancer (3:43)
  45. Galaxy Love (Brian Ellis remix) (3:39)
  46. Keep On Keepin’ On (3:24)
  47. Let’s Rock (3:56)
  48. Bright Colours On A Cloudy Day (FR011-011) (4:09)
  49. The Fashion Show (3:48)
  50. DMX Rock (4:51)
  51. Good Ol’ Daze (4:58)
  52. Honey (3:22)
  53. Konnichi Wa! (instrumental) (2:33)
  54. I Can’t Control The Feeling (3:06)
Played by: THE EXALTICS
out of stock $119.75
Mini Owner
Mini Owner (12")
Cat: SHIP 040. Rel: 21 Jul 16
Electro
  1. Changed Minds (3:47)
  2. Cordial (3:54)
  3. Ping Me Back (4:41)
  4. Mini-Owner (6:06)
  5. Paraside (3:27)
  6. Thinking Using Another's Brain (3:59)
Review: Despite being at it for well over two decades, Ed 'DMX Krew' Upton shows no signs of slowing down. Even more impressively, his EPs remain as essential now as he did in the mid '90s. There's naturally much to admire on this deep, woozy and spacey electro EP for Dutch titans Shipwrec. Amongst the highlights, you'll find the deep boogie/sunny electro hybrid "Cordial", the high-octane bleep and braindance rhythms of "Ping Me Back", the dark Italo throb of "Mini-Owner", and the bubbly, Detroit-goes-to-Romford-via-Chicago quirkiness of closer "Thinking Using Another's Brain". As usual, Upton barely puts a foot wrong, with even the EP's lesser moments being head and shoulders above those produced by most of his rivals.
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out of stock $10.54
The New Age Travellers
The New Age Travellers (LP) (1 per customer)
Cat: EKS 009. Rel: 23 Jun 16
Coldwave/Synth
  1. Approach To Stonehenge (3:50)
  2. Nightdrive A303 (1:51)
  3. Ritual (1:04)
  4. After The Battle (1:51)
  5. Engine Trouble (2:43)
  6. Bedford YRQ (0:41)
  7. Family Time (2:31)
  8. Dayride A303 (5:46)
  9. Strange Creatures (1:11)
  10. The Horsedrawn (1:17)
  11. Wiltshire Sunrise (1:09)
  12. Winter Months (3:18)
  13. Final Credits (1:35)
Review: Ekster is really pushing the boat out these days. Having recently served up another cracking full-length from eccentric IDM sort Hiele, they've now gone and recruited British electro legend Ed DMX for a similarly quirky, 10-track assault on the senses. While rooted in his usual electro influences, much of The New Age Travellers treads a different path. There are forays into deep Italo-disco and new age electronica ("Approach To Stonehenge"), tributes to British electronic music pioneers (the modular bliss of "Ritual"), nods to classic ambient ("After The Battle"), spacey weird-outs ("Engine"), bright-and-breezy synth jams ("Dayride A303"), and a dash of Radiophonic Workshop weirdness ("Strange Creatures").
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Played by: Luv*Jam
out of stock $17.19
Electro Worm Synth Funk Vol 1
Cat: SYFUNK 001. Rel: 20 Apr 16
Electro
  1. Electro Worm (original version) (4:32)
  2. Electro Worm (Luke Eargoggle mix) (4:29)
  3. MKS Studio (3:53)
  4. Hop To It (3:00)
out of stock $9.16
You Exist
You Exist (2xLP)
Cat: HYPELP 005. Rel: 02 Mar 16
Electro
  1. Spiritual Encounter (5:56)
  2. Bombay Mix (5:09)
  3. Hard Copy (4:44)
  4. Dark Rider (3:48)
  5. Daylight Saving (3:44)
  6. Woolly Hat (6:55)
  7. Parallel Universes (4:29)
  8. Computational Paradigm Shift (4:15)
  9. Black Poppy (4:35)
Review: DMX Krew on Hypercolour? You bet! The UK electro don serves up his trademark style for the tech-house institution who seem to be broadening their horizons: can only be a good thing! Things start off in spectacular fashion with the cute and upbeat "Spiritual Encounter" before settling into some funky and mysterious electro with "Bombay Mix". Hard Copy is reminiscent of the early Hi NRG vibes of Bobby Orlando or Gino Soccio but "Woolly Hat" and "Parallel Universes" are funky, fun loving 4/4 electro grooves that are more typical of the DMX sound. He saves the best for last though, with some darker excursions such as the high octane, Telex sounding "Computational Paradigm Shift" and the smack electro closer "Black Poppy". With electro making an obvious comeback, thank goodness we've still got this legend to show us how it's done. An outstanding effort!
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out of stock $26.33
You Exist
You Exist (CD)
Cat: HYPECD 005. Rel: 02 Mar 16
Electro
  1. Spiritual Encounter
  2. Bombay Mix
  3. Hard Copy
  4. Dark Rider
  5. Daylight Saving
  6. Woolly Hat
  7. Parallel Universes
  8. Computational Paradigm Shift
  9. Black Poppy
Review: DMX Krew on Hypercolour? You bet! The UK electro don serves up his trademark style for the tech-house institution who seem to be broadening their horizons: can only be a good thing! Things start off in spectacular fashion with the cute and upbeat "Spiritual Encounter" before settling into some funky and mysterious electro with "Bombay Mix". Hard Copy is reminiscent of the early Hi NRG vibes of Bobby Orlando or Gino Soccio but "Woolly Hat" and "Parallel Universes" are funky, fun loving 4/4 electro grooves that are more typical of the DMX sound. He saves the best for last though, with some darker excursions such as the high octane, Telex sounding "Computational Paradigm Shift" and the smack electro closer "Black Poppy". With electro making an obvious comeback, thank goodness we've still got this legend to show us how it's done. An outstanding effort!
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out of stock $8.98
Abstract Forms Presents Synth Funk Vol 3: Tha Bump!
Cat: SYFUNK 003. Rel: 28 Oct 15
Electro
  1. Three Pee (3:03)
  2. Iced Bun (4:12)
  3. Sound Module (2:51)
  4. Fee-linn Fine (3:18)
  5. Odd Socks (4:06)
  6. Catastrophic Bump (3:46)
Review: Abstract Forms sub label Synth Funk seems dedicated to electro auteur Ed DMX thus far and you could see why can't you; the guy's a legend and still showing us all how it's done! Tha Bump! Is his third Synth Funk release after Electro Worm and Dog Funk, and pretty much carries on from where he left off. Opening track "Three Pee" or "Odd Socks" are the kind of happy electro reminiscent of Japanese Telecom in all their frayed and decayed analogue warmth. He soon ventures into electro-funk boogie territory on "Iced Bun" and "Feel-inn Fine" but saves the best for last on the high tech soul of "Catastrophic Bump".
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out of stock $9.70
RAM Expansion
RAM Expansion (vinyl 12")
Cat: TRAJECTORY 1016. Rel: 20 Oct 15
Electro
  1. RAM Expansion (4:05)
  2. Experiment 5 (3:47)
  3. Quantum Computer (3:33)
  4. Division By Zero (3:41)
  5. Rubout (3:50)
  6. Bad Vibes (3:52)
Review: Ah yes, it's time for some hardware head fuzz from trusty old DMX Krew, an artist which requires no introduction and one whose energy and hedonism is always appreciated around these parts. DMX makes his debut on the quality Last Known Trajectory, an imprint which has risen quickly and one which has seen action from the likes of Hieroglyphic Being and electro duo The Exaltics, but also some gorgeous reissue action in the form of In Sync's mythical "Storm". "RAM Expansion" itself is a heady electro tune with a sunken load of synths at its disposal, while 'Experiment 5" is classic DMX - mad modular-like patterns surrounded by menacing drums. You also got the weird and wonderful bleeps of "Quantum Computer" on the A-side, whereas the flip kicks off with a fiery techno punch in "Division By "Zero", heads to more AFX territories via "Rubout", and ends on high-tec electro stroll of "Bad Vibes". This is no nonsense dance music at its finest.
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out of stock $10.26
Zsagi
Zsagi (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ZSAGI. Rel: 14 Sep 15
Techno
  1. Left Ventricle (4:17)
  2. Beguiling (4:19)
  3. Closed System (6:15)
  4. Unbridled (3:51)
Review: REPRESS ALERT : After landing his malfunctioning PX-4000 on the purple planet, Captain DMX steps out of the smoldering cockpit. After barely setting foot on the dusty landscape, the Captain is startled by deep thudding from over the hills. Dragging his oxygen pack with one hand and his atomizer with the other, he sets off in search of the other-wordly din. Over the hill his pupils adjust to the stroboscopic lightning and below him lies a sea of strange creatures moving together as one body. A cosmic sermon takes place under the three suns in the sky, mechanical and stuttered frequencies set a manic pace and drive the dark creatures back and forth. Captain DMX sighs a heavy breath and starts to descend into the fray....
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out of stock $8.60
Funk Steps
Cat: FRESH 015. Rel: 29 Jul 15
Electro
  1. Funk Steps (3:29)
  2. Space Fonk (2:50)
Review: Undisputed British electro don ED DMX has made a fine return to form of late and still showing us all how its done on his nifty 7" release for the Fresh Up label. The title track on the A side is sleazy electro funk with all the right elements at work; vocoder vocals, boogie bassline groove and sleek funk guitar. On the flip we have "Space Fonk" offering up more of the same as he proudly proclaims "come on baby and funk with me, together we can touch the sky". Truer words have never been spoken!
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out of stock $8.86
Abstract Forms Synth Funk Vol 2
Cat: SYFUNK 002. Rel: 01 Jul 15
Electro
  1. Supperdish (4:26)
  2. Starry Night (3:33)
  3. Squid Hunt (3:03)
  4. Dogg Fungk (3:53)
  5. Anotha Tyme (3:21)
  6. Piggo (2:51)
Review: Electro legend Ed DMX aka DMX Krew returns with a fine slab of proper straight up electro that only he can deliver. On the A-side he indulges in Detroit-style electrofunk on "Supperdish", whilst "Starry Night" is as uplifting and immaculately programmed as anything by Japanese Telecom. "Squid Hunt" and "Dogg Funk" takes things down a notch or two for a smoother vibe and "Anotha Time" is all interstellar Jazz, and quite possibly the standout cut here. "Piggo" finishes up with some more smooth and sexy analogue soul. Highly recommended!
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Played by: Luv*Jam, Sync 24, Joe Drive
out of stock $9.16
There Is No Enduring Self
There Is No Enduring Self (limited transparent vinyl LP in silk screen-printed sleeve)
Cat: M&Q 006. Rel: 26 May 15
Electro
  1. Buddha Nature (4:54)
  2. If You Love, Love Openly (4:27)
  3. No Water No Moon (2:46)
  4. The Eightfold Way (2:11)
  5. Expandng Consciousness (2:51)
  6. Moment Of Enlightment (3:04)
  7. Wheel Of Truth (2:58)
  8. The Middle Path (3:57)
  9. Yashodara (2:52)
  10. Journey To The West (4:28)
Review: Having launched Mystic & Quantum last year with Standing Stones, a DMX Krew album that drew its creative juices from the mysterious pillars of stone that have stood across Western Europe, Ed Upton is back with more LP length endeavours for the Spanish label. The enlightening methods of Buddha seem to be the source of inspiration for the ten tracks on There Is No Enduring Self (a simple press release from Mystic & Quantum merely quotes a section from Buddhist text The Sun of Enlightenment Shines) and musically Upton seems to be on spiritually enriching form with the Das Ding style "Expanding Consciousness" a real highlight. Arrives on limited transparent vinyl LP in silk screen-printed sleeve.
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out of stock $14.97
5 Ways 2 Jack
Cat: SRTX 004. Rel: 05 May 15
Deep House
  1. Vicious Bleebz (4:01)
  2. Bleepology (5:30)
  3. Up 'N Down (4:06)
  4. Txing Control (4:07)
  5. Ragga Clash (3:39)
Review: DMX Krew aka Edward Upton requires no introduction given his impressive record which spans over twenty years and includes releases on the likes of AFX's Rephlex imprint...releases which have been responsible for creating the blueprint of UK techno. This latest EP comes courtesy of the young Super Rhythm Trax - now on its fourth release - and it's comprised of five classic DMX acid cuts. Never shy of experimenting with electronics, "Bleepology" verges on what could be considered 'cheesy' but Mr. Upton manages to steer well clear of that and comes out the other end with a bleepy, discombobulated mass of drums and bass for the big room rave. Flip the plate and you got more 303 frills with "Up N Down", molecular bleep techno on "Txing Control" and new age digi banger in "Ragga Clash". Powerful blasts of rave music for all.
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out of stock $8.04
100 Tears
100 Tears (hand-numbered red transparent vinyl 2xLP in silkscreen printed sleeve limited to 100 copies)
Cat: FR 005. Rel: 29 Oct 14
Electro
  1. 100 Tears
  2. Unexpected Spring
  3. Transubstantiation
  4. Inverted World
  5. Time Enough For Love
  6. Hyperion
  7. Output Data
  8. Why
  9. Tone Splice
  10. Akai Lament
  11. Hexagone
  12. Not Noticing
Review: Spanish label Fundamental come through with a ltd edition of their highly prized DMX Krew LP. Hand-numbered red transparent vinyl 2xLP in silkscreen printed sleeve. 100 copies only! Ed Upton's been on prolific form this year for sure, with 100 Tears his fourth DMX Krew long player of 2014 following outings on Shipwrec, Mystic & Quantum and Luke Eargoggle's Stilleben Records. The twelve tracks here really demonstrate that Upton is a grand master of electro whatever the tempo, and are apparently the result of him working with just a few synths and a drum machine as opposed to his full studio whilst in the midst of moving house. For most people this would be a stressful process, for Ed Upton the situation has resulted in a sublime, masterful album!

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out of stock $25.50
Standing Stones (repress)
Standing Stones (repress) (mini LP limited to 180 copies)
Cat: M&Q 001B. Rel: 01 Sep 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Auld Keig
  2. Keuswask
  3. Ring Of Brodgar
  4. Soltice
  5. Glantane
  6. Lady Of The Lake
  7. Glastonbury
  8. Avebury
  9. Merry Maidens
  10. Beltane
Review: ** Repress due to high demand ** Hailing from somewhere in Spain, Mystic & Quantum is a new label created to show stories of "adventures, magic, science" and they launch in quite auspicious fashion with an album length foray through analogue experimentation from one of England's finest DMX Krew. One of numerous handles taken by Edward Upton, Standing Stones finds the DMX Krew sound in particularly contemplative mood across a variety of tempos and can be viewed as an extension of the approach he took on last year's Reith Tracks LP for Rush Hour's No Label. However whereas that release saw Upton take inspiration from his surroundings on an Austrian farm, Standing Stones draws it's creative juices from the mysterious pillars of stone that have stood across Western Europe for centuries. The accompanying silk screened artwork - which is quite lovely - extends the theme. Whether you engage conceptually or just focus on the music, this is another rewarding set from the master DMX Krew!
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out of stock $19.95
Shape Shifting Shaman
Shape Shifting Shaman (vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: SHIPLP 01. Rel: 29 May 14
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Paradise Grove
  2. Strange Harpsikordd
  3. Forward March
  4. Reshaped Waves
  5. Fractalus
  6. Love Plus
  7. Future Light Cone
  8. Easing Into Tomorrow
  9. Track Mood
Review: Even for a man that's been as prolific as Ed Upton has for two decades, it's clear the mainstay of UK electro is in the midst of a Midas touch-style production patch with this album for Shipwrec following swiftly on from similar length projects for Mystic & Quantum and Rush Hour No Label. We could throw in all the 12" and track contributions too just to slam home how busy Upton has been. Unlike the albums for the aforementioned labels, Shape Shifting Shaman finds DMX Krew working without the constraints of concept and is no less impressive for it. Indeed there's a breezy confidence to the nine tracks here that nudges the album towards a place amongst Upton's best work of a long and richly rewarding career.
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A New Life
A New Life (12")
Cat: CPU 00001010. Rel: 01 May 14
Electro
  1. Space Eyes
  2. Not Very
  3. Spook Show
  4. Crawl Space
  5. Shared Library
  6. Give Me A House
Review: In between the release of album length projects for Mystic & Quantum and Shipwrec, Ed Upton returns for Central Processing Unit duty with this collection for the label's Binary Series under his universally recognised DMK Krew banner. Upton's taking no prisoners here with six cuts aimed squarely at the electro purists out there, effortlessly combining neck snapping rhythms with those unique melodies that characterise the DMK Krew electro sound. Tracks like the fluctuating analogue drama of "Not Very", the Martian boogie of "Spook Show" and EP highlight "Crawlspace" rank this release up there with the best thus far in CPU's must check discography!
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Played by: Sync 24, Ali Renault
out of stock $9.16
Standing Stones
Standing Stones (clear marbled vinyl LP limited to 180 copies)
Cat: M&Q 001. Rel: 05 Mar 14
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Auld Keig
  2. Keuswask
  3. Ring Of Brodgar
  4. Soltice
  5. Glantane
  6. Lady Of The Lake
  7. Glastonbury
  8. Avebury
  9. Merry Maidens
  10. Beltane
Review: Hailing from somewhere in Spain, Mystic & Quantum is a new label created to show stories of "adventures, magic, science" and they launch in quite auspicious fashion with an album length foray through analogue experimentation from one of England's finest DMX Krew. One of numerous handles taken by Edward Upton, Standing Stones finds the DMX Krew sound in particularly contemplative mood across a variety of tempos and can be viewed as an extension of the approach he took on last year's Reith Tracks LP for Rush Hour's No Label. However whereas that release saw Upton take inspiration from his surroundings on an Austrian farm, Standing Stones draws it's creative juices from the mysterious pillars of stone that have stood across Western Europe for centuries. The accompanying silk screened artwork - which is quite lovely - extends the theme. Whether you engage conceptually or just focus on the music, this is another rewarding set from the master DMX Krew!
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out of stock $19.40
Hot Punch
Hot Punch (7")
Cat: FRESH 012. Rel: 20 Nov 13
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Hot Punch
  2. My Metro
out of stock $7.76
Micro Life
Micro Life (12")
Cat: AFS 016. Rel: 31 Oct 13
Electro
  1. Undesirable Element
  2. Reduced Instruction Set
  3. Hexadecimal
  4. Knights Of The Eastern Calculus
  5. Micro Life
  6. Reflections
  7. Wave Intensity
  8. X Is An Integer
Review: Ed Upton's prolific nature across his numerous aliases has really been shown in devastating fashion this year. Having already issued album length releases on Power Vacuum and Rush Hour Distribution's No 'Label,' Upton adds Abstract Forms to his impressive collection of labels with a jam packed release that sits snugly in the interzone between EP and LP. Eight tracks deep, Micro Life is filled with the quirky electro Upton has made his own under the DMX Krew banner, adopting a modernist approach to a classic sound. From the opening track "Undesirable Element" there is a sense of melody and innate funk that few others currently engaged in flying the electro flag can match. The contrast between "Hexadecimal" and "Knights Of The Eastern Calculus" alone offer a telling example of Upton's range.
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out of stock $10.82
Reith Tracks
Cat: RHD 011DMX. Rel: 23 Oct 13
Techno
  1. Hammock Yard
  2. Trees Are Dancing
  3. Trees Are Dancing 2
  4. Rain Catcher
  5. Guest House
  6. Woodpile
  7. Hayloft
  8. Kitchen Bench
Review: Veteran UK producer Ed Upton steps up for duty on the No 'Label' operation by Rush Hour's distribution branch with a conceptual LP that's wholly representative of the experimental fare that's preceded it from the likes of Inga Copeland, Stellar OM Source and William Burnett. Whilst Upton's recent mini LP for Power Vacuum as EDMX was the sort of electro leaning techno he's renowned for, Reith Tracks is something else altogether. Recorded in full whilst Upton resided on an Austrian farm, the eight tracks here will resonate with Rephlex fans with Upton operating across a variety of tempos and apparently inspired by the farm's various locations. A handy postcard insert replete with prose from Upton further details the inspiration behind this compelling collection - as with previous No 'Label' releases do not sleep!
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out of stock $11.92
Cities In Flight
Cat: CPU 00000100. Rel: 01 Aug 13
Electro
  1. Binary Neutron Star
  2. Cities In Flight
  3. Zaibatsu
  4. Malformed Video ID
  5. EPR Phenomena
  6. Dependency Gap
  7. D75 Theme
Review: Edward Upton gets busy on CPU for their 100th release. The result? Another essential schooling in retro futurism that kicks off with seriously funky intent as "Binary Neutron Star" jitters and jives with an uptempo rhythm pattern and an insatiable analogue bassline. Further on we're treated to cold-but-emotive Kraftwerkian nuances on "Zaibatsu", we're taken down the tempo ladder to a Black Strobe-meets-Balearica groove on "EPR Phenomena" and shoved into an old Spectrum 48K for a dash of nostalgic 8-bit game tomfoolery. Take flight today...
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Broken SD1 140 Part 2
Cat: WEME 023. Rel: 28 Mar 13
Electro
  1. Honeydew
  2. Dramatic Exit
  3. Sppoookey
  4. Apple Grid
  5. Superficial Appearance
Review: "Broken SD1 140": not only a reference to an old drum machine, but also a blatant lie... There is nothing busted about this fresh EP from Breaking Records boss DMX. Here we find him straddling the eons with a timeless blend of rich analogue electronica, classically trained electro and forward-thinking vibage. Highlights include the super-squelch warmth on the bassline of "Apple Grid", the hard-nosed ghetto techmongering of "Superficial Appearance" and the timely vintage house riffery of "Dramatic Exit".
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out of stock $12.19
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