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Cat: INFUSE 028. Rel: 29 Oct 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Tones Of The 90's (7:02)
  2. Phone Home (7:05)
  3. Yes Yes (6:48)
  4. Pressure (6:16)
Played by: DJ Mau Mau, St. Bernard
 in stock $10.07
Cat: SA 07. Rel: 30 Jun 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Vortex (11:13)
  2. Pyramid (6:29)
  3. Sphere (6:34)
Review: The Sol Asylum label continues its minimalistic outlook on house and techno with a return from the Odd duo, Damian Daley and Danny Dixon. The pair have been brought in a reggae tradition thanks to their fathers and they both share a passion for percussion, something which can be clearly heard on both the pulsating push of "Vortex" and "Pyramid", two lciks which are sure to fill the floors at peak time hour. The deeper and more hypnotic "Sphere" tune ties thing s off in sci-fi tradition, where loose and airy synths glide above bric-a-brac percussion shots. Majestic
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 in stock $11.40
Cat: SR 004. Rel: 19 Feb 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Little Drum (7:01)
  2. Little Drum (Kamran Sadeghi remix) (7:37)
  3. The Reload (7:01)
  4. The Reload (Malin Genie remix) (7:37)
Review: You'll normally find OdD lurking round their own self-titled label, but on this occasion they're moonlighting on SPORTS with more of that shuffling, jazzy minimal house they've made their calling card. "Little Drum" is a perfect percussive trip-out of a track, all dense layers of rhythm locking into a dreamy house swell, while "The Reload" offers a distinctly different prospect powered by driving machine beats and techy synth threads. Kamran Sadeghi turns "Little Drum" into a dynamic, dark-edged tech-house workout, and Malin Genie drops some freaky electro stylings all over "The Reload", making this a 12" with something for everyone (who likes quality house, techno and electro at least).
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 in stock $6.35
Tapes Of Old 3 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LTR 003. Rel: 10 Dec 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Oops (11:53)
  2. Abhorrent (7:02)
  3. I'm Complete (6:27)
Review: Having just recently dropped some fresh wares on the Waxing Gibbous 12", London-based production duo OdD return their attention to their Tapes Of Old label and the pursuit or archival material from the vaults. Quite how far back these dusted down gems reach is unclear, but it hardly matters - what's important is whether they bang, and these tracks certainly do that. "Oops" is a pumped up and muscular roller that places all the emphasis on percussion with a tech house tendency. "Abhorrent" is a more introverted affair that explores intricate threads of synth expression in between a dubbed out set of drums, and then "I'm Complete" finishes the record off with a cool, calm and collected trip through the minimal undergrowth.
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 in stock $8.47
Waxing Gibbous (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: OM 007. Rel: 03 Dec 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Tidal Wave (6:55)
  2. Zero Gravity (7:15)
  3. Lunar Blueprint (12:15)
Review: London based minimal producers Damian Daley and Danny Dixon have been steadily building up their catalogue of reduced rollers since 2013. As well as appearances on Sol Asylum, Tapes Of Old and SPORTS, their own OdD Music label has carried some of their most essential tracks. Waxing Gibbous continues the story with an assured selection of floor-primed workouts, leading in with the slender and seductive tones of "Tidal Wave." Things take a spikier turn with the heavy bass throwdown of "Zero Gravity," and then "Lunar Blueprint" stretches out across the B side in a rolling configuration of dubbed out incantations and insistent, needlepoint beats.
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 in stock $7.41
Stroboscope (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: OM 006. Rel: 05 Feb 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Forty Five (7:45)
  2. Thirty Three & A Third (6:25)
  3. Nine (6:27)
Review: The OdD Music crew are back with more of that off-kilter, subtly freaked up house music shuffle to make your bones shake. This sixth release on the label has everything any minimal head craves, not least on opening jam "Forty Five" with its nervy piano licking away underneath a heavy filter while the groove rolls on incessantly. "Thirty Three & A Third" takes a different approach, dropping some deft broken beats into the mix and letting some spaced out synth wobbles ping the track into a curious new orbit. "Nine" finishes the EP off with some immersive percussive tones that call to mind ritualistic dancing and transcendental experience, just like all good party music should.
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 in stock $5.29
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