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  1. Humanoid - "ST8818r" (Plaid remix)
  2. Erik Van Den Broek - "Primerose" (mix 2)
  3. Steven Rutter - "Formulate"
  4. Lone - "Dream Ache"
out of stock $9.72
Cat: HOYA 001. Rel: 04 Nov 10
Bass
  1. Illum Sphere - "Sweat The Descent"
  2. Lone - "Let The Music Play On"
  3. Krystal Klear - "Persuaded Me"
out of stock $7.35
R&S
Cat: RS 1310. Rel: 11 Jul 13
Bass
  1. Airglow Fires
  2. Begin To Begin
Review: **REPRESS** Bringing his madcap colourful styles back to R&S once again, Lone has another slice of sunkissed wonderment to impart, this time in a concise two track single. "Airglow Fires" leads in on the most joyous choral pads, only to be surpassed by even more bright and bold chord stabs which tell you this is going to be a party rocker. The beat comes ripping in to bounce off that opening riff and of course it flexes with a dexterity of unconventional means that reassures you Lone is in no danger of going soft any time soon. There is perhaps a more linear flow to the track which is no bad thing, making for a more focused and reliable party starter whilst retaining that inimitable Lone kink. "Begin To Begin" is less outre in its intentions, but equally funky as it hops around on a snagged house groove while the melodies chime out all around the depth and breadth of the mix.
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out of stock $8.40
Cat: WERKCD 008. Rel: 27 Nov 09
Leftfield
  1. To Be With A Person That You Really Dig
  2. Sungrazer Cascade
  3. Paradise Backyard Jam
  4. Arcade
  5. Waves Imagination
  6. Endlessly
  7. The Twilight Switch
  8. Love Heads
  9. Karen Loves Kate
  10. Go Greenhills Racer
  11. Apple Hi
out of stock $10.51
R&S
Cat: RS 1405CD. Rel: 12 Jun 14
Bass
  1. First Born Seconds
  2. Restless City
  3. Meeker Warm Energy
  4. Aurora Northern Quarter
  5. 2 Is 8
  6. Airglow Fires
  7. Coincidences
  8. Begin to Begin
  9. Jaded
  10. Vengeance Video
  11. Stuck
  12. Cutched Under
Review: On the basis of this latest Lone long player, Matthew Cutler seems to be mellowing with age. Having earned a belated breakthrough on the back of a number of rush-inducing, rainbow-coloured releases for R&S that saw him surging towards the dancefloor like a toddler high on cheap orange squash, the producer once again flips the script on Reality Testing. The hardcore and rave influences of recent years have largely been abandoned in favour of smooth, head-nodding hip-hop beats, stargazing chords, twinkling melodies and far-sighted atmospherics. It is, in many ways, a return to his roots. More importantly, it's also very good, delivering synth-laden warmth and hazy, laidback grooves by the barrow load.
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out of stock $11.83
Reality Testing (transparent yellow vinyl 2xLP)
R&S
Cat: RS 1405LPLTD. Rel: 12 Jun 14
Bass
  1. First Born Seconds
  2. Restless City
  3. Meeker Warm Energy
  4. Aurora Northern Quarter
  5. 2 Is 8
  6. Airglow Fires
  7. Coincidences
  8. Begin to Begin
  9. Jaded
  10. Vengeance Video
  11. Stuck
  12. Cutched Under
Review: On the basis of this latest Lone long player, Matthew Cutler seems to be mellowing with age. Having earned a belated breakthrough on the back of a number of rush-inducing, rainbow-coloured releases for R&S that saw him surging towards the dancefloor like a toddler high on cheap orange squash, the producer once again flips the script on Reality Testing. The hardcore and rave influences of recent years have largely been abandoned in favour of smooth, head-nodding hip-hop beats, stargazing chords, twinkling melodies and far-sighted atmospherics. It is, in many ways, a return to his roots. More importantly, it's also very good, delivering synth-laden warmth and hazy, laidback grooves by the barrow load.
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out of stock $15.50
R&S
Cat: RS 1405LP. Rel: 12 Jun 14
Bass
  1. First Born Seconds
  2. Restless City
  3. Meeker Warm Energy
  4. Aurora Northern Quarter
  5. 2 Is 8
  6. Airglow Fires
  7. Coincidences
  8. Begin To Begin
  9. Jaded
  10. Vengeance Video
  11. Stuck
  12. Cutched Under
Review: On the basis of this latest Lone long player, Matthew Cutler seems to be mellowing with age. Having earned a belated breakthrough on the back of a number of rush-inducing, rainbow-coloured releases for R&S that saw him surging towards the dancefloor like a toddler high on cheap orange squash, the producer once again flips the script on Reality Testing. The hardcore and rave influences of recent years have largely been abandoned in favour of smooth, head-nodding hip-hop beats, stargazing chords, twinkling melodies and far-sighted atmospherics. It is, in many ways, a return to his roots. More importantly, it's also very good, delivering synth-laden warmth and hazy, laidback grooves by the barrow load.
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out of stock $15.75
Lemurian (CD)
Cat: MAGICRS 001CD. Rel: 25 Jun 15
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Koran Angel
  2. Cali Drought
  3. Interview At Honolulu
  4. Banyan Drive
  5. Green Sea Pigment
  6. Girl
  7. Orange Tree
  8. Maya Codex
  9. Atoll Mirrored
  10. Sea Spray
  11. Under Two Palms
  12. Lens Flare Lagoon
  13. Borea
  14. Buried Coral Banks
  15. Phthalo Blue
  16. Sunken
  17. Minor Suns
out of stock $13.92
Lemurian (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MAGICRS 001LPLTD. Rel: 25 Jun 15
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Koran Angel (1:05)
  2. Cali Drought (3:17)
  3. Interview At Honolulu (3:51)
  4. Banyan Drive (2:36)
  5. Green Sea Pageant (1:11)
  6. Girl (3:12)
  7. Orange Tree (0:51)
  8. Maya Codex (2:06)
  9. Atoll Mirrored (1:17)
  10. Sea Spray (3:52)
  11. Under Two Palms (1:34)
  12. Lens Flare Lagoon (3:10)
  13. Borea (3:33)
  14. Buried Coral Banks (0:53)
  15. Phthalo Blue (3:41)
  16. Sunken (1:59)
  17. Minor Suns (2:48)
Review: Before Lone became one of Britain's most celebrated kaleidoscopic rave fusionists with the R&S-released Echolations EP and Galaxy Garden LP, he was best known as a beat-maker with a passion for experimental MPC rhythms and dreamy exotica samples. The highlight of this portion of his career was undoubtedly debut album Lemuria, which here gets a deluxe reissue - with new artwork - on bright pink vinyl. It still sounds just as magical, dusty, picturesque and otherworldly as it did back then, with brief moments of rush-inducing clarity nestling side by side with jazz-flecked workouts and shimmering, Boards of Canada-go-glitch beatscapes.
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out of stock $20.49
Lemurian (LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: MAGICRS 001LP. Rel: 25 Jun 15
Hip Hop/R&B
  1. Koran Angel (1:05)
  2. Cali Drought (3:16)
  3. Interview At Honolulu (3:51)
  4. Banyan Drive (2:37)
  5. Green Sea Pageant (1:11)
  6. Girl (3:14)
  7. Orange Tree (0:52)
  8. Maya Codex (2:05)
  9. Atoll Mirrored (1:19)
  10. Sea Spray (3:54)
  11. Under Two Palms (1:34)
  12. Lens Flare Lagoon (3:09)
  13. Borea (3:33)
  14. Buried Coral Banks (0:53)
  15. Phthalo Blue (3:41)
  16. Sunken (1:57)
  17. Minor Suns (2:49)
Review: Before Lone became one of Britain's most celebrated kaleidoscopic rave fusionists with the R&S-released Echolations EP and Galaxy Garden LP, he was best known as a beat-maker with a passion for experimental MPC rhythms and dreamy exotica samples. The highlight of this portion of his career was undoubtedly debut album Lemuria, which here gets a deluxe reissue - with new artwork - on vinyl. It still sounds just as magical, dusty, picturesque and otherworldly as it did back then, with brief moments of rush-inducing clarity nestling side by side with jazz-flecked workouts and shimmering, Boards of Canada-go-glitch beatscapes.
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out of stock $11.55
All Those Weird Things (1-sided etched 12")
Cat: WGF 005. Rel: 17 Aug 11
Techno
  1. All Those Weird Things
Review: Ever a dazzling and surprising upstart in the UK scene, Lone once again slaps his multicoloured hand across your chops with a loose and funky take on the wonkier side of house music. Wigflex is certainly the right label to be dropping this kind of track, being particularly adept at knowing a cheeky dose of silly but slick party fodder when they hear it. The beats bump hard on this tune, but really it's the loping lead melody that makes this the kind of jam that will stop the dance in its tracks and cause mass-hysterical body popping.
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out of stock $8.40
R&S
Cat: RS 1206CD. Rel: 07 May 12
Bass
  1. New Colour
  2. The Animal Pattern
  3. As A Child (feat Machinedrum)
  4. Lying In The Reeds
  5. Dragon Blue Eyes
  6. Crystal Caverns 1991
  7. Raindance
  8. Dream Girl/Sky Surfer
  9. Earth's Lungs
  10. Cthulhu
  11. Stands Tidal Waves
  12. Spirals (feat Anneka)
Review: One of the more prolific artists in these times, Matt Cutler is back with his fifth album, which is an impressive feat in just five years of releasing music. It's a disregard for pretention that makes Cutler's music work so appealing, whether it be the exuberant 90s house approach on last album Emerald Fantasy Tracks or his earlier hip hop-tempo bump. Galaxy Garden starts off on a more esoteric tip with the tropical electronica of "New Colour", which captures the cheeriness of Plaid, or more recently Oriol on Planet Mu, in its sunshine chimes. By the time we get to "Lying In The Reeds" we're up to a house tempo that harks back to the softer side of early Detroit, playing with melody in a way that made Kenny Larkin stand out early on. It's when "Crystal Caverns 1991" starts up that we reach the most blatant distillation of old-skool; kicking off a breakstep beat with sweet but punchy 90s synths, the track cuts into a deadly rave motif without so much as a pause in the beat and it's like being back in, er, 1991. It would be easy to write off an album like this as derivative, but no-one can listen to the music itself and call it an imposter. Every track reeks of originality, whether it is the surprising track structures, the superbly detailed production, even the evocative imagery that the music conjures up. If you ever needed an album that felt like wide-eyed, innocent joy, this would be an excellent place to start.
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out of stock $10.46
Galaxy Garden (2xLP + CD)
R&S
Cat: RS 1206LP. Rel: 07 May 12
Bass
  1. New Colour
  2. The Animal Pattern
  3. As A Child (feat Machinedrum)
  4. Lying In The Reeds
  5. Dragon Blue Eyes
  6. Crystal Caverns 1991
  7. Raindance
  8. Dream Girl/Sky Surfer
  9. Earth's Lungs
  10. Cthulhu
  11. Stands Tidal Waves
  12. Spirals (feat Anneka)
  13. New Colour
  14. The Animal Pattern
  15. As A Child (feat Machinedrum)
  16. Lying In The Reeds
  17. Dragon Blue Eyes
  18. Crystal Caverns 1991
  19. Raindance
  20. Dream Girl/Sky Surfer
  21. Earth's Lungs
  22. Cthulhu
  23. Stands Tidal Waves
  24. Spirals (feat Anneka)
Review: It's a disregard for pretention that makes Matt Cutler's music work so appealing, whether it be the exuberant 90s house approach on last album Emerald Fantasy Tracks or his earlier hip hop-tempo bump. Galaxy Garden starts off on a more esoteric tip with the tropical electronica of "New Colour", which captures the cheeriness of Plaid, or more recently Oriol on Planet Mu, in its sunshine chimes. By the time we get to "Lying In The Reeds" we're up to a house tempo that harks back to the softer side of early Detroit, playing with melody in a way that made Kenny Larkin stand out early on. It's when "Crystal Caverns 1991" starts up that we reach the most blatant distillation of old-skool; kicking off a breakstep beat with sweet but punchy 90s synths, the track cuts into a deadly rave motif without so much as a pause in the beat and it's like being back in, er, 1991. It would be easy to write off an album like this as derivative, but no-one can listen to the music itself and call it an imposter. Every track reeks of originality, whether it be the surprising track structures, the superbly detailed production, even the evocative imagery that the music conjures up. If you ever needed an album that felt like wide-eyed, innocent joy, this would be an excellent place to start.
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out of stock $14.19
Echolocations EP (double 12")
R&S
Cat: RS 1103BLK. Rel: 22 Mar 11
Techno
  1. Coreshine Voodoo
  2. Explorers
  3. Dolphin
  4. Approaching Rainbow
  5. Rapid Racer
  6. Blossom Quarter
Review: Lone debuts on the R&S imprint with this packed double twelve inch release that demonstrates a growing maturity in the new sound the Nottingham based producer unveiled on last winter's impressive Emerald Fantasy Tracks. Shy of that mini LP by only three tracks, the six productions that form Echolocations tighten the focus to 90s Detroit and Chicago, though the distinctive melodic stabs that characterised EFT remain - something that's apparent as soon as the huge drop in "Coreshine Voodoo" arrives! Elsewhere "Dolphin" delights via the vast swathes of melodies that wash over the intricate layers of percussion that build and drop with expertise whilst "Approaching Rainbow" is perhaps Lone at his most rhythmically rigid, with mellow bursts of colour and texture arising from the rasping Strafe-esque drums.

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out of stock $25.75
R&S
Cat: RS 1203. Rel: 29 Mar 12
Bass
  1. Crystal Caverns 1991
  2. Vulcan Mill Acid
Review: R&S Records gave us a rather fine prelude to Galaxy Garden, Lone's debut album, in the form of the resplendent rave of Crystal Caverns 1991. A true highlight of that set, "Crystal Caverns 1991" is reminiscent of the producer's former glory "Pineapple Crush", though there's a lot more rhythmic intricacy at play here. Kicking off a breakstep beat with those sweet but punchy 90s synths that Cutler is renowned for, the track cuts into a deadly rave motif without so much as a pause in the beat and it's like being back in, er, 1991. The B Side "Vulcan Mill Acid" is equally self explanatory, an alien 303 workout with added cowbell that slips into steel pan territory without any of the wetness of a Jammy xx production.
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out of stock $5.78
Pineapple Crush (repress) (limited pineapple coloured vinyl 10")
Cat: MAGIC 01. Rel: 15 Feb 11
UK Garage
  1. Pineapple Crush
  2. Angel Brain
Review: Magic Wire come through with a much needed repress of the magnificent rave thump of their debut release, "Pineapple Crush" from Lone. Some six months on from it's original release and both the A Side and it's flipside counterpart "Angel Brain" still sound just as current, and there's the added bonus of them now being housed on a particularly ripe looking Pineapple coloured ten inch. For the uninitiated "Pineapple Crush" lays down relentless heavy rave stabs on top a crashing 808 pattern underpinned by that distinctive Think break and topped off by a unique melody. Amidst the pounding 130bpm bass drums and euphoric rave stabs of B Side "Angel Brain" Lone works in a brilliantly fuzzy melody which shimmers with intent on the glorious breakdown. It also gives us another opportunity to implore you to seek out his brilliant mini LP Emerald Fantasy Tracks.
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out of stock $8.40
Joyreel (12")
Cat: WERK 017. Rel: 01 Jun 09
Dirty Dubstep/Trap/Grime
  1. Joyreel
  2. Sunset Teens
out of stock $5.78
Cat: DMLONE 011. Rel: 23 Jul 09
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Sharpest View Of The Sun
  2. Fly Fire Rainbow
  3. A Ridge Between Mountains
  4. Midnight Feast (Bibio remix)
out of stock $6.84
Cat: WERK 020. Rel: 14 Oct 10
UK Garage
  1. Once In A While
  2. Raptured
  3. One In A While (Sinden mix)
  4. Once In A While (Midland mix)
Review: Lone - Once In A While [ inc. Sinden & Midland remixes ] / Raptured Werk Discs
12 £3.49 WERK020 25/10 UK 5055300320742
Lone's 'Once In A While' has been one of the most in-demand tunes of the past six months, and now finally it's going to hit the racks courtesy of Werk Discs. Previewed on Kode9's DJ Kicks mix, and positively drooled over by countless other top-line selectors, 'Once In A While' is a luxuriant rush through glowing synth clouds and sun-dappled deep house of an early 90s vintage, that instantly captures the imagination as much as it rapidly raises the spirits, providing a classic Lone atmosphere, with a rudely funky bassline to keep feet moving as the heart-melting melodies overlap. Sinden's version places a snaking soca rhythm at the centre of the mix to draw out increased levels of dancefloor energy, while newcomer Midland heads in the opposite direction to spin a delicate web of floating, pulsing grace from Lone's original silken threads. A glorious 12" that's sure to chart high on many best-of lists come the close of the year.
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out of stock $7.35
Cat: MAGIC 02CD. Rel: 30 Nov 10
Deep House
  1. Cloud 909
  2. Aquamarine
  3. Moon Beam Harp
  4. Ultramarine
  5. Re-Schooling
  6. Rissotowe_4
  7. Pectrane Beach Track
  8. The Birds Don't Fly The High
Review: Anyone who indulged in the debut Magic Wire missive from Lone will know Matt Cutler has forgone the downtempo boogie that characterised early releases for Dealmaker and Werk. In its place "Pineapple Crush" and "Angel Brain" delivered instant dancefloor gratification, updating nascent rave and hardcore sounds for the contemporary music addict. Lone expands on this glossy update of found sounds brilliantly with the eight tracks that make up Emerald Fantasy Tracks. "Cloud 909" sets the tone for what unfolds in a nutshell as resplendent neon blushed key stabs intertwine with brilliantly psychotic syncopation. The most remarkable aspect however is Lone's seemingly endless capacity to conjure up brand new retro melodies rich in texture and sumptuous detail. From the primal house throb of "Moon Beam Harp" and the demented rave stabbery of "Reschooling" to the Eastern tinge that runs through the less frenetic "Rissotowe 4", Lone has delivered a master class in future retro sounds that demands repeat play.
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out of stock $10.51
Emerald Fantasy Tracks (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: MAGIC 02. Rel: 30 Nov 10
UK Garage
  1. Cloud 909
  2. Aquamarine
  3. Moon Beam Harp
  4. Ultramarine
  5. Re-Schooling
  6. Rissotowe_4
  7. Pectrane Beach Track
  8. The Birds Don't Fly The High
out of stock $12.60
Lemurian (CD)
Cat: DMLONECD 010. Rel: 04 Sep 08
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Koran Angel
  2. Cali Drought
  3. Interview At Honolulu
  4. Banyan Drive
  5. Green Sea Pageant
  6. Girl
  7. Orange Tree
  8. Maya Codex
  9. Atoll Mirrored
  10. Sea Spray
  11. Under Two Palms
  12. Lens Fare Lagoon
  13. Borea
  14. Buried Coral Banks
  15. Phthalo Blue
  16. Sunken
  17. Minor Suns
Played by: Alphabet City
out of stock $10.51
R&S
Cat: RS 1706.
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Crush Mood (6:36)
  2. Chroma (6:34)
  3. From A Past Life (8:07)
Review: Midlands retrovert Mat Cutler aka Lone returns on Ambivert Tools Volume One. Inspired in no small part by the rich seam of house that he's been excavating with his fine Magicwire imprint, this is where the guy shows you all once again just how dusty and lo-fi things can actually get. Starting off with the early nineties rave stomp of "Crush Mood", on the flip there's some deeper strains of classic throwback sounds in the form of the lovely "Chroma" with its neon lit synths and vintage drum computer sounds working in perfect harmony while "From A Past Life" calls to mind Derrick Carter's Oneiro project from the nineties on this rolling and hypnotic jam which is so damn lush!
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out of stock $8.40
Levitate (CD)
R&S
Cat: RS 1607CD. Rel: 25 May 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Alpha Wheel
  2. Backtail Was Heavy
  3. The Morning Birds
  4. Vapour Trail
  5. Triple Helix
  6. Breeze Out
  7. Sleepwalkers
  8. Sea Of Tranquility
  9. Hiraeth
Review: A new Lone album from Matt Cutler represents an about turn away from the more mellow tones found on 2014's Reality Testing back in favour for the rave tropes that characterised his output circa Pineapple Crush. The nine tracks on Levitate are rife with the energetic fervour of hardcore and jungle, blending peppy tempos and nimble drum licks with the trademark graceful melodies one would expect from a Lone record. You should be familiar with "Backtail Was Heavy," already been premiered via a phone line service and "Vapour Trail" which formally announced Levitate and the other seven cuts from Lone show Cutler is at the top of his game.
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out of stock $13.66
Levitate (LP + MP3 download code)
R&S
Cat: RS 1607LP. Rel: 25 May 16
Drum And Bass
  1. Alpha Wheel (3:17)
  2. Backtail Was Heavy (4:31)
  3. The Morning Birds (1:24)
  4. Vapour Trail (4:29)
  5. Triple Helix (3:35)
  6. Breeze Out (2:36)
  7. Sleepwalkers (3:56)
  8. Sea Of Tranquility (4:58)
  9. Hiraeth (3:49)
Review: A new Lone album from Matt Cutler represents an about turn away from the more mellow tones found on 2014's Reality Testing back in favour for the rave tropes that characterised his output circa Pineapple Crush. The nine tracks on Levitate are rife with the energetic fervour of hardcore and jungle, blending peppy tempos and nimble drum licks with the trademark graceful melodies one would expect from a Lone record. You should be familiar with "Backtail Was Heavy," already been premiered via a phone line service and "Vapour Trail" which formally announced Levitate and the other seven cuts from Lone show Cutler is at the top of his game.
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out of stock $21.01
R&S
Cat: RS 1814. Rel: 05 Feb 20
Techno
  1. Pulsar (7:43)
  2. Oedo 808 (5:32)
  3. Blue Moon Tree (7:54)
Review: Lone is in a glassy-eyed and loved-up mood on this fourth instalment in his excellent "Ambivert Tools" series on R&S. We're particularly enjoying the lilting, soft-focus dreaminess of A-side "Pulsar", where swelling chords and poignant synth-strings sashay seductively between a densely layered, mid-tempo breakbeat groove. The long-serving producer ratchets up the energy on low-slung electro flipside "Oedo 808", another largely dreamy affair that boasts the twin attractions of raw acid style bass and ear-catching TR-808 drum machine cowbells. To finish things off, Lone serves up the EP's most blissfully loved-up moment, "Blue Moon Tree", whose bouncy pianos, fluttering vocal samples and languid chords sound like they were tailor-made for sunrise.
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out of stock $8.93
K7
Cat: K7 353EP. Rel: 15 Nov 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Saturday Night (DJ-Kicks) (6:08)
  2. Arc (5:11)
  3. Alpha Wheel 4 (Ambient mix) (3:59)
Review: Matt Cutler aka Lone has been praised for his classic house perspectives that have earned him releases over the last 10 years on R&S, Werk Discs and of course his own Magicwire imprint. He presents the next installment in !K7's esteemed DJ Kicks series, where he claims to have stepped out of his comfort zone. As a producer, first and foremost, used to programming his own material across several albums, he used the same approach in compiling the material on the mix. The three tracks on offer on this EP are exclusive productions from the Nottingham based DJ - and taken from the mix. The emotive, late-night groove of "Saturday Night" (DJ-Kicks) takes you all the way back to the early 90s of Chicago, while on the flip we get treated to the raw and pulsing lo-fidelity jack of "Arc" and the sublime beatless journey that is "Alpha Wheel 4" (Ambient mix).
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out of stock $10.51
R&S
Cat: RS 1803. Rel: 07 Jun 18
Techno
  1. Temples (7:35)
  2. Hyper Seconds (7:52)
Review: One of the joys of Lone's Ambivert Tools series has been the sheer rush-inducing cheeriness of the whole thing. Melodious, colourful, giddily positive and shot through with heaps of Sunrise-era rave nostalgia, each of the EPs has come packed with music that makes you want to dance with a goofy smile on your face. You'll be glad to hear that both tracks on volume three are likely to have the same effect. On side A you'll find "Temples", a mid-tempo, breakbeat-driven affair rich in swooning Motor City chords and spiraling, intergalactic electronic melodies. Flip for "Hyper Seconds", a fluttering 4/4 excursion that sounds like Orbital (circa the Brown Album or Snivilisation) jamming with Juan Atkins. Pure sonic bliss.
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out of stock $9.19
R&S
Cat: RS 1708. Rel: 24 Aug 17
Techno
  1. A Mind's Eye Melody (7:53)
  2. Looking Glass (5:59)
  3. Under Cherry Blossoms (Minds Eye reprise) (6:19)
Review: Long before it became the done thing to pay tribute to the loved-up, saucer-eyed bliss of Italian dream house and early British rave, Lone was producing killer dancefloor material that drew heavily on these styles. It's perhaps fitting, then, that the long-serving producer has returned to these roots on the second edition of his Ambivert Tools series. This is best exemplified by the lolloping drum machine rhythms, "Pacific 808" style chord progressions, and blissful synthesizer flourishes of "A Mind's Eye Melody", which is as colourful and loved up as a sunrise hug following a pretty momentous night out. The rushing bliss continues on "Under Cherry Blossoms (Mind's Eye Reprise)", a near overwhelming chunk of intense ambient beauty. Tucked in between you'll find the picturesque techno hustle of "Looking Glass".
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out of stock $8.40
Reality Testing (reissue) (clear vinyl 2xLP)
R&S
Cat: RS 1405LPCLEAR. Rel: 11 Jan 19
Bass
  1. First Born Seconds (1:53)
  2. Restless Cities (4:35)
  3. Meeker Warm Energy (3:56)
  4. Aurora Northern Quarter (4:00)
  5. 2 Is 8 (3:39)
  6. Airglow Fires (6:01)
  7. Coincidences (3:29)
  8. Begin To Begin (5:32)
  9. Jaded (4:40)
  10. Vengeance Video (5:14)
  11. Stuck (2:18)
  12. Cutched Under (5:52)
out of stock $20.96
Cat: ASTRO 04. Rel: 08 Nov 19
Deep House
  1. Glyphic (7:38)
  2. Not Seeing Is A Flower (8:19)
  3. Boketto (5:31)
Played by: Locked Groove
out of stock $11.55
Abraxas (12")
Cat: ASTRO 02. Rel: 26 Jul 19
Breakbeat
  1. Abraxas (6:46)
  2. Young Star Cluster (6:00)
  3. How Can You Tell (6:30)
Review: Earlier in the year Lone launched the Ancient Astronauts imprint via a single-track digital single that wrapped his usual sun-soaked electronics and kaleidoscopic synthesizer melodies around a ridiculously rubbery bassline and crunchy, club-ready breakbeats. Here he offers up the label's first vinyl EP, a three-track missive that's as loved-up as you'd expect. Check first "How Can You Tell", an ultra-deep, dreamy and rushing chunk of deep jungle revivalism full of psychedelic acid lines, slack-tuned breakbeats, yearning chords and bowel-bothering sub-bass. Equally as impressive is A-side opener "Abraxas", a delightful cut that fits between rush-inducing moments of loved-up bliss and the kind of intensely bustling breakbeats that were once all the rage on British dancefloors. "Young Star Cluster", a killer combination of hip-house style breaks and funk-fuelled acid lines, is also superb.
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  1. Lone - "Smoke Signals" (5:29)
  2. FJAAK - "Matte" (4:56)
  3. Radio Slave - "Introduction" (4:16)
  4. Sarah Farina & Yo Van Lenz - "Peace Dub" (5:25)
  5. Claude Speeed - "A Different Point Of View" (3:02)
 in stock $9.72
FORTHCOMING
The Way You Feel
R&S
Cat: RS 2006. Rel: 31 Jul 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Lone X KETTAMA - "The Way You Feel"
  2. Kettama - "Anniversary"
  3. Lone - "Dragonrush"
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LONE/VARIOUS
DJ Kicks (mixed CD)
K7
Cat: K 7353CD. Rel: 29 Sep 17
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Casino Versus Japan - "Go Hawaii"
  2. Heralds Of Change - "Spotted"
  3. Lone - "Brooklyn Banks"
  4. Camu Tao - "Hold The Floor"
  5. Lootpack - "Hityawitdat"
  6. Lone - "Cali Drought"
  7. Lone - "Alpha Wheel 4" (Ambient mix)
  8. Boards Of Canada - "Orange Romeda"
  9. Gnork - "U"
  10. John Beltran Presents Nostalgic - "Placid Angles"
  11. Lone - "Arc"
  12. E Myers - "Untitled" (main mix)
  13. Protect-U - "Double Rainbow"
  14. Lone - "Saturday Night (Hippy)"
  15. Ross From Friends - "The Outsiders"
  16. Drexciya - "Bubble Metropolis"
  17. Balil - "Choke & Fly"
  18. Radiohead - "Worrywort"
Review: While now revered just as much for his kaleidoscopic, all-action club tracks as his similarly colourful downtempo explorations, it should never be forgotten that Lone began life as a maker of skewed, head-in-the-clouds beats. For this fine contribution to the DJ Mix series, the DJ/producer has decided to take us on a whirlwind tour of his influences and inspirations, brilliantly joining the dots between sunrise-friendly ambient, melodious electronic, blazed hip-hop, dazzling experimental beat-scapes, loved-up house and futurist techno. It's a thrillingly eclectic set, but one that holds together brilliant. While this is in part due to the use of a number of his own productions, it's also testament to his immense skill as a DJ.
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out of stock $9.45
LONE/VARIOUS
DJ Kicks (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
K7
Cat: K 7353LP. Rel: 06 Oct 17
Techno
  1. Casino Versus Japan - "Go Hawaii" (6:43)
  2. Heralds Of Change - "Spotted" (2:21)
  3. Camu Tao - "Hold The Floor" (4:05)
  4. Lone - "Brooklyn Banks" (2:43)
  5. Boards Of Canada - "Orange Romeda" (4:49)
  6. Radiohead - "Worrywort" (4:38)
  7. Gnork - "U" (5:39)
  8. John Beltran Presents Nostalgic - "Placid Angles" (6:32)
  9. Lone - "Saturday Night" (DJ-Kicks) (6:08)
  10. Balil - "Choke & Fly" (5:53)
Review: While now revered just as much for his kaleidoscopic, all-action club tracks as his similarly colourful downtempo explorations, it should never be forgotten that Lone began life as a maker of skewed, head-in-the-clouds beats. For this fine contribution to the DJ Mix series, the DJ/producer has decided to take us on a whirlwind tour of his influences and inspirations, brilliantly joining the dots between sunrise-friendly ambient, melodious electronic, blazed hip-hop, dazzling experimental beat-scapes, loved-up house and futurist techno. It's a thrillingly eclectic set, but one that holds together brilliant. While this is in part due to the use of a number of his own productions, it's also testament to his immense skill as a DJ.
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out of stock $17.86
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