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Juno Recommends Electro March 2020

Juno Recommends Electro

Juno Recommends Electro

Juno Recommends Electro March 2020
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122 BPM (1 per customer)
Cat: EM 003. Rel: 10 Feb 20
Electro
  1. 122 BPM (4:22)
  2. 130 BPM (4:02)
Review: Electric Mojo is on a mission to delve into the history of electronic music and serve up some of its best moments. This new one is just that - a classic b-boy DJ tool that's linked to the first wave of breakdancing, and will likely turn all who hear it into aspiring body-poppers. First up, "122BPM" is a crisp future-retro electro tune with bubbling leads and warm, smeared chords that oozes essential feels. "130BPM" has wobbly toms and crashing hits that make for perfect body music. In the right hands, these tasteful tunes will easily become weapons of mass dance floor destruction.
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out of stock $11.55
2
Cat: ELECTRIX 014. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Concerning Irregular Figures (4:41)
  2. Exit Strategy (4:58)
  3. Glove Box (4:19)
  4. Glove Box (Assembler Code Rewind remix) (4:43)
Review: The 20th year of Billy Nasty's Electrix label kicks off in style with this essential slab of mutant electro from the mighty London Modular Alliance. There's a razor-sharp focus to the drums on "Concerning Irregular Figures", but it's offset by the warmth of bass synth to capture a mood somewhere between early Radioactive Man and Skanfrom. "Exit Strategy" takes things in a freakier direction with plenty of errant blips and squiggles from the group's vast array of gear. "Glove Box" has a darker tone that nods to vintage Dopplereffekt, which Assembler Code's "Rewind Remix" twist things up into a pacey workout that maintains the dread-filled atmosphere perfectly.
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out of stock $8.93
3
Cat: INFILTRATE 03. Rel: 24 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Flutta (5:32)
  2. Rashaba (5:54)
  3. Runnin' (6:03)
  4. Narroways (5:34)
Review: The latest drop on Constant Sound's electro branch, Infiltrate, comes from wild-card Bristolian chameleon Borai. When he's not dropping tuff, jungle-hewed rave wreckers for Hotline and Higher Level he's collaborating with October on refined house bumpers or dread-filled noise excursions in Spiritflesh. As if that wasn't enough, here he is turning his hand to genuinely fresh twists on the electro formula - a breath of fresh air in a crowded marketplace. "Flutta" keeps things snappy and decidedly pacey, but the overall mood is really quite light, while on "Rashaba" things get much darker, to an almost theatrical degree. Some of that breakbeat ruffness sneaks in on "Runnin" and then a little garage swing offsets the dubbed out showers of melody and cheeky rave stabs on EP closer "Narroways". Stunning stuff.
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out of stock $8.93
4
Cat: INFILTRATE 04. Rel: 02 Mar 20
Electro
  1. Crack Fox (5:35)
  2. Regular Customer (5:12)
  3. Blinky (4:34)
  4. Other Worlds (4:58)
Review: Constant Sound's electro arm, Infiltrate, calls upon the considerable talents and technical heft of London Modular Alliance for a bruising EP of body-popping exploration strapped to a tough n' funky beatdown. "Crack Fox" is as nervy and nimble as the title might suggest, while "Regular Customer" takes things in a hyper-detailed direction compatible with the kind of advanced machine funk you expect from Silicon Scally. "Blinky" follows suit with another artfully woven web of twitchy synth hooks and deftly sequenced drums, and then "Other Worlds" switches things up with some seriously hefty bass pressure pivoting around a dubstep attitude towards space and moodiness.
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out of stock $8.93
5
Cat: EPZ 002. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Lost In X (8:30)
  2. Ur So Fkn Good (6:49)
  3. Tears & Bleeps (7:54)
  4. Rays (6:17)
Review: Given that Gnork contributed a track to Earth Plates' debut release - a multi-artist EP that didn't take long to sell out - it's little surprise to see him flying solo on the label's delayed second 12". Title track "Lost In X" is typical of his dreamy, bustling, breakbeat-driven retro-futurist sound, with stabbing electro bass, fluttering synthesizer sounds and swelling chords clustering around a snappy groove. He flips the script on deep, sugary and melodious electro cut "Ur So Fkn Good", before fusing vintage Orbital, LFO and Joey Beltram style sounds on "Tears & Bleeps". Arguably best of all though is "Rays", which sounds like Larry Heard jamming with the Irresistible Force at sunrise.
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out of stock $12.88
6
Cat: ORSON 020. Rel: 24 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Flow To It (5:00)
  2. Flow To It (Transparent Sound remix) (6:56)
  3. Double Tap (5:08)
  4. Hour Zero (5:12)
Review: The latest release on Orson welcomes a true electro stalwart - the mighty DeFeKT. Matthew Flanagan's commitment to the sound has been mightily impressive, and so it continues on this frankly stunning EP. Flanagan is sounding more upbeat than ever on "Flow To It", a joyous summertime electro funk freakout which Transparent Sound ably twist up into a more mechanised dancefloor weapon. "Double Tap" keeps the resplendent melodies front and centre, while also providing ample space for the DeFeKT brand of rave firepower, and then "Hour Zero" ups the ante with some strafing arps that don't let up for the duration.
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out of stock $8.93
7
Cat: CKNOWEP 23. Rel: 10 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Ebony Starlight (4:41)
  2. My Secret Data (5:01)
  3. Metroid C64 (2:59)
  4. Connection Error (7:00)
  5. Votoms (5:52)
Review: Texas-based electro stalwart Cygnus first appeared on Craigie Knowes back in 2018 via a contribution to the Scottish label's third annual "War Child Fundraiser" release. Here he returns to the imprint for a label debut proper that also marks the prolific producer's first outing of 2020. There's much to enjoy amongst the five tracks, from the rumbling bass, 1990 style bleeps and gentle electro beats of "Ebony Starlight", to the sludgy experimental analogue wonkiness of "Metroid C64" and the bustling sci-fi funk of "Votoms". Arguably best of all though is "Connection Error", a delightfully positive, melodious and emotive club electro jam that's guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
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 in stock $10.77
8
Cat: DWT 009. Rel: 02 Mar 20
Electro
  1. Guidance Release (8:08)
  2. Galactic Neigborhood (5:32)
  3. Near Earth Objects (6:54)
  4. Modularity (7:31)
Review: Since first landing on earth three years ago, Distant Worlds has offered up a slew of suitably intergalactic techno and electro EPs from the likes of John Shima, Derek Carr, Perseus Traxx and Mihail P. Here they add a new name to the roster via a rock solid EP from sometime Lunar Disko regular Cignol. The producer's ability to wrest maximum emotion from his machines is exemplified by opener "Guidance Release", where melancholic pads and twisted, razor-sharp acid lines envelop a deep electro groove. It's there too in the warmer and more positive-sounding melodiousness of "Galactic Neighbourhood" and "Modularity", which sounds like the Junior Boys and Morgan Giest jamming with Gerard Hanson.
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out of stock $11.30
9
Cat: ALR 003. Rel: 10 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Stopouts - "Kill All Humans" (8:02)
  2. Stopouts - "Sandstorm" (9:14)
  3. A2 - "Freaks" (5:02)
Review: Alien Recordings was born in the late 80's by Andy Panayi and Alec Stone, out of a love of music and DJing. They also ran a night around London called Alienation, playing a mix of house, electro, breakbeat and techno. They're back as (An) Alien with new material for your listening pleasure; alongside music by legend Terry Francis as well as Panayi and Stone themselves (A²), the likes of Stopouts (Rob Collman + Navigator) were staples of the imprint and they front up for "Tales From The Archives Part 2.2". There's the brooding Drexciyan electro funk of "Kill All Humans" originally from 1998, a remastered version of "Sandstorm" from their release on Robin Ball's Groovepressure imprint in 1999 and on the B side is the underwater cybernetic epic "Freaks" by A².
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 in stock $12.88
10
Cat: BTR 003. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Bad Gateway (5:23)
  2. Wisdom Track (6:02)
  3. Helkern (Slammer mix) (6:01)
  4. Bad Gateway (Almaty remix) (5:25)
  5. Megatherium (5:35)
out of stock $10.77
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  1. Ain't No Dark For Brainscan (7:20)
  2. Disjointed Insight (5:50)
  3. Artificial Excitement (3:47)
  4. The Disappointment From Next Door (5:11)
  5. Stop Clock The Realm Of Private Enterprise (4:45)
  6. Chasing Topless In A High-Tech World (6:19)
  7. Tragedy Of Repetition (6:22)
  8. Small Talk Monsters (5:54)
  9. Vault Of The Beast (4:12)
  10. Overrated Setting (3:30)
Review: Berlin retroverts Childhood Intelligence are back, following up some great releases by similarly retro influenced producers like Darren Nye, Station Rose and Dan Piu - and it's a past alias of the latter that gets a reboot for the first time in 19 years - Nightstalker. "Tragedies Of A High Tech World" features classic Drexciyan sound aesthetics, similarly wrapped up in themes of technology, social programming, controlled societies and mystical planets in deep outer space. The tracks speak for themselves: "Ain't No Dark For Brainscan" serves up some bass heavy alien funk, the evocative four-to-the-floor action of "Artificial Excitement" treads a path akin to American producer The Abstract Eye, while the mesmerising sci-fi fantasy of "Stop Clock The Realm Of Private Enterprise" features the same backdrop. Dystopian themes are also somewhat mandatory on an electro full-length, and rest assured these are catered for on the sombre "Small Talk Monsters".
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out of stock $21.54
12
Cat: X0X 011. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Into The Void (4:48)
  2. Synthetic Soul (4:42)
  3. AI Corporation (5:04)
  4. Machine Intelligence (5:21)
  5. Electric Regime (5:03)
  6. AI Corporation (Morphology remix) (5:25)
 in stock $10.51
13
Cat: DE 272. Rel: 24 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Afterlife (feat Elles) (5:08)
  2. Afterlife (Decadent dub) (5:06)
  3. Left At Dawn (4:32)
  4. Can't Let Go (4:45)
  5. The Predator's Dream (5:00)
  6. Is It Real (5:20)
Review: Shcuro is the alias of Joao Ervedosa a DJ, producer and graphic designer based in Lisbon. He also runs the record labels Sombra and Paraiso, makes music as Jose Acid and hosts a show on Radio Quantica. His first contact with a DJ setup happened at age 15, and that's when Shcuro decided to buy his own turntables and mixer; and started producing his own beats, too. He's since released music on Basal, Circus Maximus, Obscuur Techno, Golden Mist Records and his most recent collaboration with Photonz for Future Deja Vu.
'Particle of Memory' is a hypnotic 6-track EP that explores new territories in contemporary dance music. Sonically Shcuro paints his sounds blending moody techno with industrial noises alongside fast, apocalyptic electro and breakbeat. He is influenced by Portuguese rave culture that was born in the mid-90s at Lisbon clubs Alcantara-Mar and Kremlin and the country's first electronic label Kaos Records. Shcuro continues to expand and morph this rich dance heritage to create something entirely different. The bouncy, lead track "Afterlife" features vocals and lyrics by London's ELLES followed by a Decadent Dub rework. All songs have been mastered by George Horn at Fantasy Studios. Housed in a die-cut jacket designed by Eloise Leigh reminiscent of '90s escape/sci-fi films with futuristic bright pink pop flourishes
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 in stock $12.60
14
VARIOUS
Cat: NBL 006. Rel: 10 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Trudge - "Last Ceremony Until I Die" (5:52)
  2. Caramel Chameleon - "Formata" (4:23)
  3. Low Tape - "Glow In The Dark" (5:01)
  4. Placid One - "Polyvalent" (6:29)
  5. Curios - "Lasoonk" (5:41)
  6. Arctor - "Phoebus Cartel" (5:23)
  7. Blind Summit - "Blind Ice Palace" (4:51)
  8. Mihail P - "Dislodged Foreign Object" (5:06)
 in stock $17.86
15
  1. Arsonist Recorder - "React" (6:18)
  2. Sound Synthesis - "60 Minute Bleeps" (5:38)
  3. Francois Dillinger - "Humans Among Us" (5:31)
  4. Datawave - "Genotype 1" (4:02)
Review: London-based Specimen Records presents a limited edition vinyl release, showcasing some distinct and refined electro producers. Belgium's Arsonist Recorder (ZwaarteKracht) serves up some dark electro bass in the most fierce and futuristic style on opener "React", while the daunting dystopia of Sound Synthesis' "60 Minute Bleeps" will now doubt bear comparisons to Offenbach legend Anthony Rother. On the flip, Francois Dillinger goes for a more off-kilter and experimental vibe on his fascinating contribution "Humans Among Us" and the ever impressive Gaetan V. aka Datawave lunges straight for the jugular on the nefarious beats of "Genotype 1".
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out of stock $12.88
16
Cat: DANCETRAX 026. Rel: 24 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Usual Suspects (4:57)
  2. Usual Suspects (D Tiffany remix) (6:39)
  3. Folie A Dreamland (5:02)
  4. Folie A Dreamland (Jensen Interceptor remix) (5:48)
Review: For the 26th instalment in the label's Dance Trax series, Unknown To The Unknown boss DJ Haus has turned to Nite Fleit, a fast-rising producer who has previously showcased her rave-igniting talents on Planet Euphorique and Steel City Dance Discs. Here she offers up two weighty, thrill-a-minute new excursions: the thrusting and throbbing, EBM/acid/electro fusion of "Usual Suspects" and "Folie A Dreamland", an arpeggio-driven electro workout that's as raw and mind-melting as they come. Both tracks come accompanied by notable remixes. First D Tiffany pitches up "Usual Suspects" and turns it into a kind of braindance-meets-Nitzer Ebb smasher, before Jenson Interceptor delivers a harder and fuzzier electro interpretation of "Folie A Dreamland".
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out of stock $10.25
17
Cat: LOP 010. Rel: 10 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Doppler (4:12)
  2. Fr34k (3:32)
  3. Fright (6:13)
  4. Eleccy (3:44)
Review: Mr Blatman's Lunar Orbiter Program follows up some great EPs by Krypton 81, Cyan85 and Turk Turkelton with this killer one by mysterious newcomer Torai. All that we do know at this stage is that he is a young DJ/producer from Manchester making his debut on vinyl, and is said to be the legendary Mr. G's nephew - if the Soundcloud comments are anything to go by. He serves up four Drexciyan electro jams straight outta the future on the "Sensory Deprivation" EP: from the acid inflected first wave Motor City funk of "Fr34k" (think Model 500), to B side cuts like "Fright" which goes for that classic bass-driven sci-fi vibe and the emotive minimal beats of closer "Eleccy".
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 in stock $11.55
18
Cat: BRK 66. Rel: 24 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 $9.72
19
Cat: CRYOVAC 023. Rel: 10 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Brian Kage - "Bob Lazar" (3:30)
  2. Brian Kage - "Catch & Release Aliens" (6:49)
  3. Andy Garcia & Mike Kretsch - "Paperclip Steeple" (5:28)
  4. Andy Garcia & Mike Kretsch - "I Can't Sleep" (5:03)
Review: Cryovac Recordings exists because craftsmen and artists work together to make it so. Cryovac enlists individuals that are true to their identity and expression. These conscripts are survivors that adapt and continue through techno's ever changing terrain. Cryovac works to expose the depth, creativity, and diversity of the Detroit underground. We believe that vinyl is the best format to inscribe our effort. It is our intent to leave a physical record of our time before we can no longer speak. Brian Kage moves quietly letting his personal projects, various labels and collaborations be his voice. His production is marked by a big and lumbering sound pushed by a strong crispy percussion. His clear headed response to techno electro is a conditioning of a Detroit instinct. Kage's drive to achieve his vision means escape from the box and into his own world. >>>>Andy Garcia and Mike Kretsch have a shared method of recording and editing that works naturally together. It is a mindset of minimally based 4/4 progression amid simple synth hooks and heroic rises. They build a free form improv jam and insert it into a mathematical arrangement. It is this duality of extremes in which their tracks find identity. The Garcia/Kretsch team endeavor to tell a story one melody at a time.
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20
Cat: BM 12. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Electro
  1. The Quest (4:18)
  2. The Crusade Has Just Begun (5:09)
  3. Lost Generation (feat Mike DMA) (5:43)
  4. Making Magic (6:13)
  5. Technosis (feat D-Jack - Electro mix) (4:48)
  6. Thinky Thanker (7:49)
 in stock $25.49
21
  1. Mental Manipulation (6:17)
  2. Purple Room (6:42)
  3. Sunshine In Hwaeomsa (6:59)
  4. Digital Parasite (5:28)
out of stock $9.72
22
Cat: SR 001. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Teleporter (4:09)
  2. Cities (4:14)
  3. Et Cetera (3:57)
  4. Valve Fashioned (4:19)
 in stock $11.83
23
Cat: WWM 008. Rel: 10 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Sleepless (6:50)
  2. Mental Atmosphere (6:00)
  3. Space Mob (7:06)
  4. Simba's Joy (5:56)
 in stock $12.88
24
Cat: 30304. Rel: 24 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Ghetto Acid (7:17)
  2. Ghetto Beats (3:55)
  3. In The Ghetto (6:18)
  4. Here Comes Beats (4:00)
 in stock $11.55
25
Cat: BAL 01. Rel: 10 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Dirt Nap (6:59)
  2. Dirt Nap (Silicon Sally remix) (6:55)
  3. Halo Effect (8:33)
  4. Strobe (5:29)
out of stock $10.77
26
Cat: PNKMN 035. Rel: 24 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Frozen Roses (6:33)
  2. Hybrid Lotus (6:16)
  3. Hedonist (5:04)
  4. It Takes Forever (5:52)
  5. Neo Modernist (7:00)
  6. All Is Not Lost (5:03)
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27
Cat: USR 014. Rel: 17 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Codex Alexandrinus (4:29)
  2. Texto Sagrado (5:02)
  3. Tanakh (5:28)
  4. A Cidade Santa (4:07)
 in stock $12.35
28
Cat: NSA 001. Rel: 02 Mar 20
Electro
  1. Black Hole (8:11)
  2. Arvo's Sound Speech (7:28)
  3. Disintegration (7:14)
  4. Arvo's Sound Speech (Carl Finlow Slinky Deep remix) (6:14)
Review: Some proper UK electro here courtesy of ARA-U, a Venezuelan producer based in London. With a previous release coming out on Keith Tenniswood's AFT (on which he collaborated with him under his legendary Radioactive Man alias), it's a sound characterised by pure machine funk, with his inaugural release coming out on his new label No Static. From the raw voltage of haunting downtempo journey "Black Hole' to the breakneck acid electro funk of "Disintegration" the A side definitely does the business. On the flip, "Arvo's Sound Speech" is a total boomer on its own merit, but next up receives a "Slinky Deep Remix" by the ever reliable Carl Finlow - whose idiosyncratic style of dystopia takes it to another level.
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out of stock $11.55
29
  1. Intro (1:16)
  2. The Troublemaker (3:55)
  3. Propaganda DNA (3:58)
  4. We Exist (3:54)
  5. Radioactive Rain (3:40)
  6. We Don't Take Humans (3:28)
Review: The 50th release from Solar One Music gets a suitably special treatment: it is a limited picture disc with artwork by Abdul Haqq from Detroit, who is well known for his work for Drexciya. The electro contained within is of high standard too, as The Exaltics return with their first new material after "II Worlds" on Clone late last year. It's deep, dark, high speed stuff with creepy melodies where both head and heel are kept engaged throughout. "The Troublemaker" in particular has all the right ingredients to become something of a modern day anthem.
 in stock $20.49
30
Cat: PNR 013. Rel: 10 Feb 20
Electro
  1. Thrill Of Romance (8:42)
  2. G Domain (5:56)
  3. Reedonko (7:34)
  4. Arobogosta (7:27)
 in stock $13.92
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