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Robin Ordell

Cat: DISCOBAR 09. Rel: 28 Sep 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Alex & Digby - "Angola Rumble" (Dead Rail remix) (8:13)
  2. Darren Allen - "Manitou" (Monkey Nenufar remix) (7:43)
  3. Robin Ordell - "22nd Of Sometimes" (Vlad Caia remix) (7:34)
  4. Zendid - "Pins Of Djadi" (Tokyo Ghost remix) (6:08)
Played by: St. Bernard
out of stock $11.18
Split EP (12")
Cat: ASDISCOBAR 01. Rel: 22 May 17
  1. Norken & Nyquist - "Aux Patch" (6:12)
  2. Lerosa - "Love Money" (6:21)
  3. Robin Ordell & Seuil - "Activation Synthesis" (6:21)
  4. Robin Ordell & Seuil - "808 Cabriolet" (5:54)
out of stock $11.18
Monopolar (12")
Cat: EKLO 022. Rel: 16 Jan 13
Deep House
  1. For Fucking Years
  2. Monopolar
  3. For Fucking Years (Ben Vedren remix)
  4. Please Police
out of stock $8.51
Cat: EKLO 030. Rel: 11 Mar 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Instruments (7:45)
  2. Do You Like Puppies (5:57)
  3. Do You Like Puppies (Birdsmakingmachine remix) (7:30)
  4. 91358 (5:16)
out of stock $8.78
FH 04 (12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: FH 04. Rel: 21 Oct 15
Deep House
  1. Birdman (7:18)
  2. Fooled (6:40)
  3. There Somewhere (7:04)
  4. There Somewhere (Onirik Bird Somewhere remix) (6:36)
Played by: Lamache, John Dimas, Pastaga
out of stock $9.05
JC EP (12")
Cat: HB 005. Rel: 03 Sep 14
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Five Majors
  2. Nobody Loves Bishopgate
  3. Nobody Loves Bishopgate (Vera remix)
  4. Kosma
Review: Though it was founded last year, the label branch of London promoters Half Baked seems like it's had an injection of ingenuity in 2014 with this JC EP from resident Robin Ordell their third release this year following Mike Shannon and Enrico Mantini drops. Having featured on the inaugural split artist 12" that Half Baked released, it's nice to see Frenchman Ordell granted the opportunity to spread his production wings across a full 12" and the results are atypically the kind of minimal leaning house you will find soundtracking one of their East London parties. The smartly named "Nobody Loves Bishopgate" is a particular highlight with Ordell laying down a rubbery bassline that complements the crisp snare rolls and generally murky atmospherics.
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out of stock $8.78
The Show (12")
Cat: LEFT 022. Rel: 25 Mar 11
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Show
  2. The Show (Felipe Venegas remix)
out of stock $6.92
Cat: DISCOBAR 005. Rel: 30 Jun 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Breakfast In Arkham (7:00)
  2. Zephyr's Troubled Years (5:14)
  3. 22nd Of Sometimes (6:40)
  4. 87% (6:43)
Review: Half Baked main man Robin Ordell is back, following up some great releases for Eklo and Finest Hour recently with the Breakfast in Arkham EP for Parisian imprint Discobar. It's the same analogue mini-funk he's renown for on A side, with the title track and the hilariously titled "Zephyr's Troubled Years" being reminiscent of that classic Perlon sound that guys like Binh and Spacetravel are bringing back, likewise. On the flip, things get even weirder with "22nd Of Sometimes" getting into some druggy and hypnotic after-hours business while "87%" is definitely the most dancefloor friendly track but still doesn't skimp on the heady business with its bumpy groove hypnotism.
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out of stock $11.18
FH11 EP (12")
Cat: FH 11. Rel: 30 Apr 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Flesh White (5:56)
  2. Grey Blue Blue Grey Yeah (6:18)
  3. Purple Shaped/Where's Your Sister? (6:17)
  4. Eggs In Moonshine (6:20)
Review: Next up on Pablo Tarno and Onirik's Finest Hour is Berlin based, Half Baked main man Robin Ordell - with more trippy and quirked out minimal house. This follows up some great releases on top labels Discobar and Hello?Repeat. Ordell is no stranger to the afterhours, and this A.M. expert displays just what it takes to get weird during the morning set on the reduced boompty action of "Grey Blue Blue Grey Yeah" on the A side. The flipside features the spooky and glitchy mini-funk of "Purple Shaped/Where's Your Sister?" plus the hypnotic bump and shuffle of "Eggs In Moonshine" closing out this fine EP in style. This follows up Ordell's last appearance for the label back on FH:04, back in 2015. Tip!
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out of stock $10.38
Cat: HELLO 029. Rel: 20 Feb 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. July 5 (6:47)
  2. Dream Logic (6:49)
  3. Never Existing Completely (6:28)
  4. Stereo Turtle (6:42)
Review: Duesseldorf minimal heroes Jan Kruger and Daze Maxim have served up qiqality reductionist grooves on their Hello Repeat imprint since 2006, serving up tracks over the years by the likes of Bruno Pronsato, Kate Simko and Maxim's one time protege Patrick Specke, and more recently Toi Toi Music main man Voightmann and rising stars Alex & Digby. Next up is Frenchman in London Robin Ordell - the man behind the capital's infamous Half Baked parties/label (with Greg Brockmann) and a consistent run of great releases for the likes of Eklo and Discobar. The Dream Logic EP features four cuts of quirked out microhouse, conjured from the raw voltage of analogue machines as per usual. The sunny swing fuelled loops of "July 5" or "Never Existing Completely" are rather typical of what Ordell would play on a Sunday afternoon at his residency, complete with the mandatory blip, blurp and bleep. Elsewhere, the wacky title track crosses over into electro territory impressively, much in the same vein as artists on Cabaret or Time Passages have of late.
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Cat: DISCOBAR 07. Rel: 18 Jul 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Auguste III (8:27)
  2. Lost In Misty Byways (7:25)
  3. ChelbergerHo (6:20)
Review: Berlin based Robin Ordell is most known as the main man behind London's notorious Half Baked parties and the affiliated record label. Appearing here with his second release for fellow Frenchmen Discobar since 2016's brilliant Breakfast In Arkham. "Auguste III" is a trippy and reduced groove that's on the lean side (as always) allowing all those analogue blips and blurps to most of the talking. On the flip "Lost In Misty Byways" is more direct: this bumpin' minimalist groove is dark and twisted but above all: perfect for the afterhours. Finally "ChelbergerHo" is a not so subtle reference to the renowned Friedrichshain DJ hotel, albeit not the kind of track you'd hear in that place anyway. Again, it's a reduced and hypnotic affair that will appeal to fans of Berlin's new garde of minimalists, such as Spacetravel or Saverio Celestri.
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out of stock $11.18
SUB 008 (12")
Cat: SUB 008. Rel: 04 Mar 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Nowhere House (5:43)
  2. Pandemonium (6:39)
  3. Never Lane (7:00)
  4. Youth Screen (5:40)
Played by: James Reid, SY, Kepler
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Cat: ASB 02. Rel: 26 Sep 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Seuil - "Jam 151015" (6:44)
  2. Robin Ordell - "Mobsiw" (6:08)
  3. Barbir - "Howtocalculate" (8:22)
  4. Martyne & Jacob - "ElectroNetto" (5:19)
Review: Assemble Music's first multi-artist EP, Assembling, became something of a must-have in minimal circles following its release back in 2015. Hopes are naturally high, then, for this belated follow-up. Seuil's opener, "Jam 151015", sets the pulse racing thanks to a combination of minimal aesthetics, spacey deep house chords and the jaunty rhythmic swing of ghetto-tech, while Robin Ordell's "Mobsiw" is a woozy and melodious chunk of skewed deep house eccentricity. On the flip, Barbir goes for the jugular via the grandiose, swirling chords, full-throttle drums and meandering acid lines of "How To Calculate", before Martyne and Jacob fuse bustling electro beats and jazzy techno electronics on the quietly impressive "ElectroNetto".
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out of stock $9.85
Cat: REMAKEMUSIC 012. Rel: 21 Jun 12
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Viudez & Rudolf - "Carl Tribute"
  2. Viudez - "Be Ya Friend"
  3. Viudez & Robin Ordell - "Nu Garl's Number"
  4. Viudez - "Say U Go Now"
out of stock $8.51


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