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  1. Alpex_2.0 (6:10)
  2. Neue_1.0 (5:55)
  3. Project_7575 (6:45)
  4. Project_8888_Crybeta (6:09)
Review: Regular sparring partners Barbir and Nicola Kazimir join forces once more, this time for an outing on Melliflow. This time round, they've taken electro as their starting point, tweaking the blueprint in a number of ways throughout. So, while opener "Apex_2.0" features the distinctive rhythmic tick of an electro beat, the actual drum sounds are crunchy and organic, with the acid lines that surround it being notably wild. "Nueue_1.0", on the other hand, sounds like a live drummer trying to keep up with an accompanying beatbox, while someone plays stargazing chords on a dusty old synth. Flipside cuts "Project_7575" and "Project_888_Crybeta" are both deeper and more intricate affairs, moving closer towards bubbly IDM territory whilst retaining the weightiness of dancefloor electro.
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out of stock $13.70
Metaclaw (12")
Cat: OFFEN 006. Rel: 08 Jun 17
  1. Metaclaw (16:08)
  2. Metaclaw (Gordon Pohl remix) (9:06)
  3. Metaclaw (Gilbert Cohen remix) (6:19)
Review: A bonafide Salon Des Amateurs dubplate has finally landed! A wonderful 15+ minute opus created some years ago during Tako and Jonny's Sombrero Galaxy project, this was the result of a chance trip to Ralf Beck's Dusseldorf HQ and has been a staple for select DJs ever since. Select DJs such as Vladimir Ivkovic who has firmed it up for his own Offen imprint and commissioned two industrial strength remixes in the process... Musiccargo's Gordon Pohl lays down a brutal halftime dirge while Gilb'R flips to his Gilbert Cohen guise for a percussion-heavy mystical freak out. Beautiful.
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out of stock $9.40
HEARSE 001 (screen-printed 12" sleeve limited to 300 copies)
Cat: HEARSE 001. Rel: 21 May 19
  1. Si Begg & Neil Landstrumm - "The Pusher (M)" (3:59)
  2. The Exaltics - "00045.00.2" (3:53)
  3. Amato - "Sueur Et Poussiere" (6:13)
  4. DJ Overdose - "Industry Repeats" (4:55)
Review: As ways to introduce a new label go, this first outing from Hearse is pretty special. It's something of an all-star affair, with cuts from scene stalwarts and a lovely screen-printed sleeve. To kick things off, old pals Neil Landstrumm and Si Begg join forces on talkbox-sporting ja, "The Pusher (M)", where bleeping melodies and intergalactic electronics cluster around a mind-altering electro groove. The Exaltics offer up a razor-sharp slab of arpeggio-driven 4/4 electro insanity ("00045.00.2"), while Amato smothers an EBM/industrial funk style beat in foreboding electronic riffs and suitably wonky modular motifs. It's left to DJ Overdose to close proceedings, something he does in style via the distorted drums and mangled electronics of industrial electro workout "Industry Repeats".
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out of stock $11.81
Cat: HOBO 008. Rel: 15 Jan 18
  1. Cherushii - "The Industrial City" (7:56)
  2. Nackt - "Next" (5:47)
  3. Roche - "One For Cherushii" (8:01)
  4. David Last - "All That's Left" (feat Lavender - dance mix) (5:51)
Review: Besides its inimitable name, Hobo Camp has had a pretty unbeatable first few years in the game, switching up the electro sound with shades of loopy house and techno. These guys have released over two dozen EPs since 2016, and are showing no signs of stopping if this new collaborative release is anything to by! Pumping the vibes through with utter ease, Run The Length Of Your Wilderness is a daring, rip-roaring amalgamation of tech-driven sounds that span just about every quality corner of the game. "The Industrial City", from Cherushii, moans and weeps with a fragile acid bassline over broken percussion beats, while Nackt's "Next" floats at a house tempo, driven forwards by a winding bass from the darkest corners of the 4/4 game. On the flip, Roche's "One For Cherushii" bigs up his counterpart with a deep, aqueous house chugger, and David Last's "All That's Left" drops a clean, sparkly prog house groover for the lovers.
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 in stock $19.62
Cat: STILLEBEN 056. Rel: 24 Oct 19
  1. Cygnus - "Download Her" (4:31)
  2. Kuldaboli - "Minningar Og Ventingar" (3:35)
  3. Rodney - "This Isn't Something I Want Anymore" (5:09)
  4. Noamm - "Telecommunication" (3:52)
Review: If icy, robotic club electro is your thing, we'd recommend picking up this multi-artist EP from Luke Eargoggle's Stilleben Records imprint. Cygnus kicks things off with the sleazy hustle of "Download Her", a decidedly wonky but on-point number that comes complete with Egyptian Lover style spoken word vocals, before Kuldaboli delivers a funky, weighty and stripped-back club rocker rich in twisted acid bass, mind-altering noises and robotic club beats. Over on side B, Rodney weighs in with the up-tempo deep space rumble of "This Isn't Something I Want Anymore", whose acid style bassline is funky as hell (and twice as hot), while Naoamm channels the spirit of both Kraftwerk and Drexciya on the bleep-laden heaviness of "Telecommunication".
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 in stock $10.21
No Return Vol 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: RTTD 008. Rel: 11 Dec 17
  1. Dmitry Distant - "El Carmel"
  2. Neud Photo - "Indeks"
  3. Antoni Maiovvi - "The Dig"
Review: Helena Hauff's label is back, this time presenting a various artists 12" that heralds the start of the No Return series. The release starts on a mystical bent with the Eastern-tinged death electro of "El Carmel", sounding ripe for a Hague-friendly warm-up session. Neud Photo then take over with a dystopian trip through rich synth tones coloured in dark hues for the bleakest of robotic fantasies. Antoni Maiovvi fills the B-side with the slow grinding bombast of "The Dig", bleeding out a noirish take on coldwave for the darkest hearts to swoon to.
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 in stock $6.44
Sketches Of My Life (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: OMREP 1. Rel: 26 Jul 18
  1. Once (8:22)
  2. Love Lost (4:56)
  3. Fallen (3:35)
  4. Abandonded Virtues (6:01)
Review: REPRESS: This is the sort of record that could only have been made by someone with a vast amount of experience. Producer Nick Dunton has a decade's worth of releases behind him, and it shows. Sketches Of My Life veritably skips between electronic sounds and styles. It's deeply rooted in techno and electronica - and specifically the clean futurisms of Detroit's Belleville three - but steadfastly refuses to stick to one particular groove. "Once" offers heady dub techno enriched by cascading piano figures, "Lost Love" bittersweet electro. "Fallen" and "Abandoned Virtues", meanwhile, evoke memories of teenage nights lost in the otherworldly sounds of Warp's pioneering Artificial Intelligence compilations.
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out of stock $8.59
  1. Gilbert - "Illumination" (6:54)
  2. Mindless Evolving Objects - "Lunar Trace" (6:03)
  3. Datawave - "Ionic Pulse" (4:27)
  4. Zobol - "Scatterbrain" (5:29)
  5. Nikolay Sunak - "Dance & Cry Baby" (5:05)
Review: Distorted Sensory Perception is a new label emerging out of the Bristol underground to represent the deeper end of the techno and electro scene. The first release is a various artists affair that kicks off with the bold and expressive sound of rising talent Gilbert, last spotted on two excellent Innate releases. Mindless Evolving Objects takes a similar approach laden with harmonious pads and twinkling arps, while Datawave takes things in a darker direction without losing that melodic nous. Label founder Zobol has an emotive bent in his track "Scatterbrain," and Nikolay Sunak completes the set with the illustrious "Dance & Cry Baby."
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 in stock $9.14
AUX 448 (numbered hand-stamped 12" limited to 150 copies)
Cat: AUX 448. Rel: 31 Jan 18
  1. Robert Hecht & XY0815 - "Igriega05" (3:41)
  2. Tysk Raider - "Dybbuk" (5:15)
  3. Omni Causa - "Grey Day" (6:13)
  4. Nachtzug - "Wetman" (4:59)
  5. Retape - "Mysteron1" (2:54)
  6. J Wiltshire - "Emporium" (3:07)
Review: In typically techno fashion, Berlin crew Mindcolormusic is keeping tight lipped about their latest multi-artist missive, presumably preferring to let the music speak for itself. That's probably a wise move, because there's plenty of electro gold amongst the six scintillating tracks on offer. We're particularly enjoying the fizzing, Drexciya-style assault of Retape's "Mysteron 1", the wild, mind-altering braindance madness of J Wiltshire's "Emporium" - think D'Arcangelo after a few too many glasses of cheap orange squash, and you're close - and the classic Detroit electro pulse of Robert Hect and XY0815's fine EP opener, "Igriegia05". That said, some of the deeper and melodious offerings tucked away elsewhere on the EP are also well worth a listen.
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out of stock $14.51
  1. Hinode - "Mission4" (6:23)
  2. Ngly & Exterminador - "Broken Flowers" (7:06)
  3. DJ Nephil - "Codex" (4:47)
  4. Exterminador - "Alien Landscapes" (4:48)
Review: In some ways, And Silently Vanish Away is an odd title for an EP packed with tracks that linger long in the memory. Certainly, electro heads will appreciate the heavy 808 hits, droning bass and fluttering, deep space electronics of Exterminador's brilliant "Alien Soundscapes", not to mention the trippy, delay-laden vocal samples, warped hardware melodies and scuttling drum machine rhythms of NGLY and Exterminador's "Broken Flowers". We're big fans, too, of Hinode's bustling, razor-sharp opener "Mission4" - the kind of track that would leap out of a DJ mix and send you rushing online to find out its identity - and the fuzzy, dust-encrusted techno hum of DJ Nephil's hypnotic "Codex".
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 in stock $12.09
Ad Astra (12")
Cat: CRISIS 001. Rel: 18 Jul 18
  1. Tempel 1 (3:01)
  2. Ad Astra (6:05)
  3. Motor City Dreams (5:17)
  4. Alpha Hertz (5:58)
  5. Density Waves (5:24)
Review: Hungarian producer Imre Kiss inaugurates his new Crisis imprint after several acclaimed releases for top labels such as Lobster Theremin, Mork and Farbwechsel in the last few years. The tracks presented here on the Ad Astra EP are in collaboration with homeboy Norwell (Pinkman/Beachcoma/New Flesh) who have a mutual sonic interest: sci-fi narratives and analogue dedication - combined to reinterpret and evolve the blueprint of electro that it draws influence from. There are expressions in brooding, gothic/noir-ish electro like the title track and "Density Waves", while "Motor City Dreams" or "Alpha Hertz" go for typically bass heavy and dystopian themes from a 313 state of mind.
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Played by: Dmitry Distant
out of stock $11.81
Cat: LESPOINTS 011. Rel: 30 May 18
  1. Louh - "Mistification Of Being HC" (6:17)
  2. Nicola Kazimir - "}{{{" (5:38)
  3. Walid - "Posterior Spinneret" (5:22)
  4. Audino - "Venus Flytrap" (5:02)
Review: Eccentric imprint Les Points returns for the first time in 2018, bringing with it a quartet of cuts from "Various Xenopunks". Louh kicks things off with a fizzing, saucer-eyed techno shuffler that fixes classic electro chords and Motor City melodies to a bustling and forthright rhythm track, before Nicola Kazimir dips a mentalist, bass-heavy electro workout in modular distortion and a variety of mind-altering spoken word samples. Over on side B, Walid's "Posterior Spinneret" is a fine chunk of end-of-days electro with added foreboding noises, while Audinio's "Venus Flytrap" is the kind of wonky, acid-fired romp that would once have formed part of Rephlex Records' Braindance series of releases.
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 in stock $9.66
Cat: PNKLX 1. Rel: 07 Nov 16
  1. Ian Martin - "Mirage" (5:50)
  2. Ian Martin - "Synthetic Liberation" (6:06)
  3. Barbir & Nicola Kazimir - "Electronische Sequenz Prolet" (7:04)
  4. Barbir & Nicola Kazimir - "Gerausch" (4:46)
Review: Despite the UK's decision to go it alone, the spirit of cross-European collaboration goes on. Here, Rotterdam's Pinkman Records joins forces with Zurich-based Lux Rec for a very special, one-off 12". Dutch producer Ian Martin handles side A, first delivering the crystalline synthesizer melodies, ghostly chords and foreboding notes of "Mirage", before blasting into space via the woozy Italo-disco hustle of "Synthetic Liberation". Regular studio buddies Barbie and Nicola Kazimir are reunited on the flip, lacing foreboding chords over bubbly, off-kilter drum machine rhythms on the krautrock-influenced "Electronische Sequenz Prolet". They also round off proceedings with a dash of sub-heavy electro, "Gerausch".
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out of stock $10.21
  1. Morphology - "Vector Plant" (5:23)
  2. Irwin Berg - "Love Me" (feat Freestyle Man) (7:55)
  3. Mr Velcro Fastener - "Almost There" (4:36)
  4. Mono Junk - "Feeling Or Destroy" (4:23)
  5. New York City Survivors - "Shortcut" (4:07)
Review: Oh yes, it's a new blockade of high-class Finnish techno in the shape of a DUM bomb! Mono Junk's label has seen a revival as of late, both in terms of sought-after reissues, and new techno missiles with that unmistakable sound that made this label so special. It's a family thang with this new single, aptly named the Finnish Electro All Star EP, a five-tracker offering a supremely diverse collection of tunes ranging from downright electro thrashings to more techno-spirited arrangements. Morphology's opener "Vector Plant" is rooted in the Drexciyan tradition, whereas Irwin Berg's "Love Me" blurs the lines between power electronics and...no, it's just straight-up industrial madness. The flipside starts off with "Almost There" by Mr Velcro Fastener, a deep, melodic electro excursion, Mono Junk's own "Feeling Or Destroy" delivers some heavier bass nastiness on the low end, and "Shortcut" from the New York City Survivors packs one last, powerful punch to the senses with its curiously grime-like bassline. A hotly recommended affair...
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out of stock $9.40
Cat: KSE 03. Rel: 04 May 12
  1. Lineas Angola
  2. Lineas Angola (Nozjina Shangaan Electro Sansana remix)
Review: Danny Wolfers once again graces the excellent Kindred Spirits label with some more afro inspired shenanigans as Nacho Patrol - backed with a Shangaan electrofied remix from Nozjina! Those who haven't indulged in Wolfer's Nacho Project material will find this a near perfect primer, as "Lineas Angola" demonstrates the prolific Dutchman to be equally adept at working on a shifted tempo as he is at the standard mid 120 range, spreading out an almost haunted acid line over shuffling shakers and melodians. In contrast, Nozinja ramps up the tempo further, implementing devilish edits and scattergun lo-fi melodic touches for a remix every bit as singular sounding as the 2010 Honest Jon's compilation upon which Shangaan Electro was given a wider audience.
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out of stock $8.33
Cat: MDIV 007. Rel: 25 Mar 11
  1. Stars Over Africa
  2. Salambo Dance
  3. Fuzz Party
  4. No Angry People
  5. Ghetto Compressor
  6. Solomonic Dynasty
Review: The woolly jumper wearing don known as Legowelt (real name Danny Wolfers) turns to his Nacho Patrol alias for the Africa Jet Band Experience on M Division. Here we are treated to six tracks of hazy analogue disco, with the dense gurgling chaos of "Fuzz Party" our pick of the A-Side offerings. It's a tougher call on the flip, with the frantic lo-fi antics of "No Angry People" and "Ghetto Compressor" both getting frequent play on the Juno office 1210. We shouldn't be surprised when Wolfers drops such an excellent array of tracks on us; he has one of the best collections of analogue kit on earth, and, importantly, knows how to use it - but once again he's left us gazing adoringly at his work. This serves as the perfect vinyl-shaped addendum to the full Africa Jet Band Experience album, which hit the CD shelves this week.
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out of stock $10.74
PGH Electro Vol 1 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: IW 03. Rel: 12 Feb 18
  1. Naeem - "Forward Facing" (6:14)
  2. Hits Only - "Trion-4" (6:08)
  3. Shawn Rudiman - "Derelict" (6:11)
  4. Shawn Rudiman - "Asimolar" (5:32)
Review: Deeply concerned with the here and now versus sister label Was/Is' electro archaeology, Is/Was delivers the goods once again with this various artists 12" zeroed in on the Pittsburgh scene. You can feel the Steel City tension reverberating in Naeem's edgy beatdown "Forward Facing", while Hits Only takes things in a slightly cleaner, modernist direction that aligns with some of the UK soundsystem interpretations of electro that have emerged in recent years. Shawn Rudiman takes control for the B side with two jams that tip their cap to the veteran producer's long and accomplished career, but they sound as fresh as anything else on the record too. "Derelict" is a gnarly, bloated banger of a track, and "Asimolar" takes the route towards Cybotron, Kraftwerk and the truly foundational version of electro in all its lysergic glory.
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out of stock $10.74
Revelation (12")
Cat: DE 026. Rel: 05 Jun 19
  1. Revelation (9:24)
  2. Revelation (reprise) (1:57)
  3. 1987 (5:41)
  4. 1987 (Arpeggio bonus) (1:44)
Review: Polish producer, graphic designer and writer/poet Karol Gwozdz aka Nail joins German label Dominance Electricity, who's hosted Blastromen, Dynamik Bass System and legends Jackal & Hyde in the past. The Silesia-based artist's vinyl debut comes in the form of "Revelation" - a brooding and majestic electro epic with vocoder lyrics in the same vein as legend Anthony Rother. This is followed up by the fierce and functional electro-bass workout "1987" on the flip. Proper heads down tackle which also comes with a handy "Arpeggio Bonus" where he shines the spotlight on the track's glistening, sublime arpeggio melody.
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out of stock $13.17
Zona X (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ISLA 20. Rel: 29 Apr 19
  1. Transhumano (feat ZDBT) (5:36)
  2. Anestesia General (6:31)
  3. Sin Sistema (6:19)
Review: Original music from Vancouver based producer NAP has been intermittent on the electronic music scene, but now the Isla boss has finally dropped a 12" of deadly, textured and fresh-sounding electro for our bodies and minds. "Transhumano" features ZDBT and has all the hallmarks of Stingray-friendly future shock machine funk, but the particular approach to pads and melodies has a distinctive, moody slant that chimes with the hazy sound of Canada's West Coast. "Anestesia General" is another needlepoint, uptempo workout that packs layer up on layer of darting rhythms and blippy synth lines into the mix. "Sin Sistema" completes the set with a more subdued but no less detailed box jam workout.
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 in stock $9.14
Zipacon (12")
Cat: TTT 026. Rel: 06 Aug 14
  1. Perro
  2. Zipacon
  3. More Problem
  4. Crazy Spirit
Review: The boy Naples hooks up with Bankhead again for what looks and sounds like a sequel to last year's much loved El Portal 12" for The Trilogy Tapes. Apparently named in honour of the hospitable reception young Anthony received whilst playing a party in the Columbian town of Zipacon, this four track release opens with "Perron" which sounds like previous Naples hit "Busy Signal" hollowed out. From here, "Zipacon" feels like a real high point with fizzing, intricate drum patterns and a warbling pad line that really captivates. Flipside cut "More Problem" offers a undeniably booming interlude before Naples gets really bugged out on the excellent "Crazy Spirit".
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 in stock $11.81
Nattymari Presents (hand-numbered purple vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: CDR 003. Rel: 25 Jun 15
  1. Coco Carbomb - "Natalie Natalia" (3:17)
  2. Coco Carbomb - "Ailatan Eilatan" (3:47)
  3. Preparation Hate - "Consensual" (5:21)
  4. Nattymari - "Pristine" (3:38)
  5. Nattymari - "Weiwei" (3:17)
Review: The young Clasicos Del Ruido label out of Barcelona celebrates its third outing after an initial string of releases from Medio Escinico and Neue Larmklassiker - different yet complementary blends of raucous synth-filtered dance music. This time it's a collaborative EP featuring two tracks from Coco Carbomb aka Carmen Incarnadine, who delivers both the hazy and drugged-out "Natalie Natalia" drum machine jam, and the more pop-centred chimes of "Ailatan Eilatan". The B-side contains the percussive and cavernous sounds of Preparation Hate through "Consensual", and two gritty cuts by Nattymari, with the wonderfully lo-fi "Pristine" being the jewel of the lot.
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out of stock $10.21
Cat: HBR 009. Rel: 17 Jun 11
  1. Toute Freak (original)
  2. Toute Freak (dub)
  3. Toute Freak (DCUP remix)
  4. Toute Freak (Bumper remix)
Review: Canadian nu funkateer Neighbour returns to regular haunt Homebreakin with perhaps his strongest offering to date in the shape of "Toute Freak". Whilst there are definite strains of nu funk present via the groove and jelly wobbling bass, Neighbour showers proceedings in a glistening electro pop sheen - check the crafty Donna Summer sampling too! In addition to Neighbour's own accomplished more subtle dub take there is some big remix action on the flip. Aussie producer DCUP focuses on the electro house possibilities on a remix that's French in tone and replete with a killer kick drum, whilst Bumper transforms the track into a modern day low slung robo boogie epic!
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out of stock $8.59
SP 003 (feat DJ Spider mixes) (180 gram vinyl 12" + hand screen printed sleeve)
Cat: SP 003. Rel: 06 Mar 17
  1. 132 Breaks (5:32)
  2. Some Jan (4:38)
  3. BIDNIZ (DJ Spider remix) (5:15)
  4. Back In 4 (4:29)
  5. BIDNIZ (4:14)
  6. Some Jan (DJ Spider remix) (5:01)
Review: London label Spinning Plates steps up for round three with the lesser known talents of Nekhsa throwing down some crucial electro styles. "132 Breaks" is an utterly minimalist slice of drum machine funk, and completely infectious with it, while "Some Jan" works a cheeky bassline rub into the sparse soundscape. "Back In 4" and "BIDNIZ" are both just as reduced in their construction, but then it's up to DJ Spider to weigh in with a pair of remixes that find the New York producer on savage form. His version of "BIDNIZ" is a dense, cloying workout loaded with sinister sound design, while "Some Jan" turns into an apocalyptic techno destroyer in his capable hands.
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out of stock $8.59
SP 005 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SP 005. Rel: 19 Nov 18
  1. Nekhsa - "02_07_2016" (4:20)
  2. Nekhsa - "Hypnobeat2" (3:44)
  3. Nekhsa - "Look at dads new sl..." (4:37)
  4. Snake Charm - "119.94 Lock" (12:15)
Review: London label Spinning Plates has been doing some very interesting things over the past few years, just popping up occasionally to drop some on-point leftfield minimal grooves from lesser known names. The intrigue continues with the fifth release on the label, which features a return appearance from Nekhsa and a longform appearance from Snake Charm. Nekhsa's A side slides between skippy beat excursions, inventive acid electro funk and the reduced ghetto house pump of "Look at dads new sl..." Meanwhile Snake Charm stretches things out with the bubbling, trippy "119.94 Lock," which makes full use of an extended run time to patiently weave FX sends and subtle textures around an insistent, ultra-minimal beat.
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out of stock $8.59
Cat: GEN 029. Rel: 21 Jul 07
  1. Elektrofive (original mix)
  2. Elektrofive (DJ K-1 remake)
  3. Elektrofive (Ultradyne remake)
  4. Elektrofive (Mauser remake)
Review: First launched in 1992, Generator became one of Detroit's most revered techno labels. Guided by the multi-talented Alan D. Oldham, Generator boasted inspired releases from himself and Woody McBride, remixes from Dave Clarke and seminal first releases by Sean Deason, Marco Passarani, and others. Now, in 2007, Generator is poised to return with a new sounds. ''Elektrofive'', by The Neon Sex Fiend, is a raw slice of Berlin-inspired electro punk.
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out of stock $8.59
  1. Earth Wind Fire (full audio version)
  2. Earth Wind Fire (instrumental)
  3. Earth Wind Fire (Joye's vocal mix)
Review: Anthony Rother and Larry McCormick team up as Netzwerk Florida to bring you a unique electro cut entitled "Earth Wind Fire". This top Monotone release has scratching female vocals and a classic vocoder over a club killer bass beat!
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Certified Euro Terror EP (12" + slipmat)
Cat: ILG 002. Rel: 04 Sep 19
  1. Arsenic Wish (6:28)
  2. CET + 666 (5:39)
  3. Early Bab (original Acid version) (6:17)
  4. We Trance Fair (4:14)
Review: Jack Pattern collective member Neu Verboten is transmitting sonic metadata from the interzone, between the secret Lustpoderosa headquarters (in Zurich) and the decentralised battlefields of today's resistance. Combine old synth machines with rusty surveillance tools and you get a quartet of rough and sludgy electroid mutations. From the slow burning retro boogie of opener "Arsenic Wish", to the dystopian future bass of "CET + 666" to the euphoric acid express of "Early Bab" and the oddball exotics of "We Trance Fair" - this is Certified Euro Terror.
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out of stock $11.81
Dazzling Tongue (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: KAFTEN 009. Rel: 29 Mar 17
  1. Dazzling Tongue (7:56)
  2. Four Letter Word (4:33)
  3. Friccion (6:30)
Review: Like most of the Kaften label's material to date, Dazzling Tongue is the work not of an established producer, but a previously unheralded talent. This appears to be Neunagen's debut and offers a trio of thrusting, club-ready electro workouts. The A-side title track is something of a stomping slammer in the vein of classic Klaxon releases, with razor sharp acid lines and fizzing electronics riding a bombastic drum machine groove. The TB-303 thrills continue on the flip, where pitched down, post-apocalyptic shuffler "Four Letter Word" quickly catches the ear. "Friction", a paranoid, aggressive and industrial-tinged techno workout, pulls the curtain down on a fine first outing.
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out of stock $7.51
Swarm (12")
Cat: LOB 007. Rel: 24 Sep 13
  1. Swarm
  2. Hard Work
Review: Absent since serving up a VIP issue of Off The Traxx earlier this year, Mensah dons his New York Transit Authority alias for some more crowd pleasing bass-house cross pollinations on Redlight's Lobster Boy label. Lead track "Swarm" should be familiar to most; it's been a digital dubplate weapon in the New York Transit Authority armoury for some time now, first surfacing online in his F/\CT mix last year! Rolling 808 pressure and throwback hoover raves combine with repeated "NYTA" vocal chants for an exercise in relentless dancefloor fodder. On the flip "Hard Work" sees NYTA doing edit heavy 90s house with plenty of chord stabs and drum fills.
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out of stock $8.33
Cat: LOB 003. Rel: 11 Oct 11
  1. New York Transit Authority - "Off The Traxx"
  2. Conqueror - "Highest Order"
Review: Redlight's Lobster Boy imprint serves up its third helping of vinyl only treats with two supposedly new names at the helm in the shape of New York Transit Authority and Conqueror. Rife is the rumour that these are merely aliases for some of Bristol's finest, but we don't dabble in hearsay - instead we focus on the music, which is pretty special! Both productions veer through the crisp 808 centric thrust that Swamp 81 and [Naked Lunch] have been pioneering in 2011, with the low reaching NY Transit Authority jam "Off the Traxx (Catch That Train)" splaying a loose percussive swing and Carpenter style synth stabs over gloopy sub bass incursions. Conqueror's self titled B Side is the tougher accompaniment, all dystopian dread vibes and finely sculpted 808s dipped in dust.
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Cat: SUN 429. Rel: 12 Mar 18
  1. Space Is The Place (8:02)
  2. Cyborg Dance (5:30)
Review: The origins of American act Newcleus lay in a 1977 Brooklyn DJ collective known as Jam-On Productions, including Ben 'Cozmo D' Cenac, Monique Angevin and her brother Pete - all teenagers and still in high school. The foursome named their group Newcleus as a result of the coming together of their families. Originally released on T.K. Records' Miami bass/freestyle subsidiary Sunnyview in 1985, "Space Is The Place" is an underground classic to those in the know. With its obvious robotic influences from the early '80s Bronx breakbeat sound, to the funk and synth pop crossover of "Cyborg Dance' on the flip - this is a true zeitgeist of one of the most exciting times in electronic music's history.
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  1. Niro - "Nazca" (5:57)
  2. VNZO - "Relax Ya Self" (8:18)
  3. NMSS & JJuan - "Keep Groovin'" (7:17)
  4. Zolaa - "Fao-Mao" (6:36)
Review: Happily, Neo Violence's third label sampler contains some real gems. It begins with Niro's "Nazca", a distinctively spacey affair that brings together echoing, dub techno style synthesizer motifs, shuffling tech-house drums and chords seemingly beamed down from another galaxy. VNZO's woozy "Relax Yourself" continues the fusion vibe (think ultra-deep Motor City techno mixed with dusty deep house), before NMSS and Jjuan pepper a cowbell-laden broken house groove with swirling chords and late '80s hip-house vocal samples. Another rock solid EP is drawn to a close via the rubbery, post-electro rhythms, darting bass and dreamy pads of Zolaa's standout "Fao-Mao".
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Overcast (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: PE 005. Rel: 27 Feb 19
  1. Borderline (4:23)
  2. Close To Earth (5:37)
  3. Thar Bye Bye (4:21)
  4. Reply All (5:08)
Review: Australian-in-London Nite Fleit is a producer we'll undoubtedly be hearing more of this year. Here she delivers her second solo salvo (her debut appeared on Steel City Dance Discs last year), serving up club-ready workouts rich in psychedelic electronics, ragged acid lines, industrial-strength basslines and crunchy analogue drums. Rhythmically, most of the tracks stick close to the electro template, but it's the wild, angular and mind-altering nature of the riffs and melodies she places atop that set the pulse racing. Yet while there's plenty of excitement amongst the club-rockers on show - "Borderline" and "Thar Bye Bye" in particular - it's the deep and melancholic flex of the more introspective "Reply All" that most impresses.
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SCDD 007 (12")
Cat: SCDD 007. Rel: 15 Aug 18
  1. Psychic & Mental (4:36)
  2. Scram (4:11)
  3. Little Friend (4:31)
  4. Partly Sunny (5:26)
Review: Although still little known in Europe, Nite Fleit is a headline attraction in her native Australia, where dancers flock to hear her driving and dystopian DJ sets. It's perhaps unsurprising, then, that fellow Aussie Mall Grab has signed her to his fast-rising Steel City Dance Discs imprint. This debut 12" is rather impressive, all told, with highlights including the ragged electro/acid/EBM fusion of opener "Psychic and Mental", the ludicrously bass-heavy, acid-electro rumble of "Little Friend" and the throbbing, acid-fired electronic psychedelia of triumphant EP closer "Partly Sunny". Those looking for something warmer and breezier should also check the breakbeat-driven dreaminess of "Scram".
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Cat: EV 001. Rel: 28 Feb 17
  1. Pretty Fly For A Lo Fi (7:22)
  2. Inspired By The Rift (6:13)
  3. Io (6:00)
  4. Return To Earth (9:00)
Review: Mancunian electronic explorer Fred Shepherd once again dons the No Moon alias, this time for a quartet of distorted, redlined machine jams on Echo Vortex. He begins in confident fashion with the razor-sharp acid lines, whistling melodies and hustling electro rhythms of "Pretty Fly For A Lo Fi", before doffing a cap to early "techno jungle" on the humid and sweaty breakbeat revivalism of "Inspired By The Rift". On the flip, you'll find the punishing, insanely distorted techno beats and braindance style electronics of "Io", before Shepherd unfurls the epic deep house/intelligent techno fusion of "Return To Earth".
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Cat: CKNOWEP 8. Rel: 09 Apr 18
  1. Exoplanet Vibe Cult (8:45)
  2. Infinite Dreamz (7:22)
  3. Mallet Fury (6:25)
Review: Glaswegian label Craigie Knowes has yet to receive the hype that its quietly impressive back catalogue so clearly deserves. Perhaps this EP from sometime Mork White regular No Moon (AKA Manchester-based producer Fred Shepherd) will refresh the parts the imprint's other releases have yet to reach. All three tracks are impeccably spacey and futurist in tone, with Shepherd wrapping dreamy chords and glistening electronic melodies around snappy drum machine rhythms. Those searching for tracks to illicit saucer-eyed dancefloor moments should head straight for the rushing bliss of "Infinite Dreamz", while "Mallet Fury" offers a more bustling, bottom-heavy take on the same core idea. As for "Explanet Vibe Cult", it sounds like the kind of club-ready deep space electro jam that you'd find on cult Sheffield label Central Processing Unit.
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NOEDIT 001 (12" 再プレス)
Cat: NOEDIT 001. Rel: 21 Nov 19
  1. Alisha All Night Passion (edit) (7:38)
  2. Company B Fascinated (edit) (8:14)
  3. Sleeper In The Metropolis (edit) (6:31)
  4. Deee-Lite What Is Love (edit) (5:27)
Review: This new edit series is the work of Nocturne label bass Jordan McCuaig, a producer best-known for releasing solid EPs of original music on Made Fresh Daily, Twin Turbo, Loose Fit and Extended Play. It's a pretty hot collection of cuts, all told. McCuaig begins by brilliantly chopping up Alisha's NYC freestyle jam "All Night Passion", before popping a pill, whipping off his shirt and bounding through a version of Company B's throbbing "Fascinated". Over on side B, Anne Clark's wavy, freestyle-era anthem "Sleeper In The Metropolis" gets chopped and looped, while Deee-Lite's sleazy and sometimes overlooked "What Is Love" is rearranged to add extra impetus to the track's famous organ riffs.
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Played by: Coeo
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DNA (12")
Cat: MDR 7/62353. Rel: 18 Jan 11
  1. DNA
  2. Convergence
  3. Homology
  4. Adaption
Review: Norman Nodge, beholder of one of Techno's finest names, steps up again for release duties on Berghain buddy Dettman's self titled imprint. As you expect from the previous six editions of the MDR series, the lack of fuss and pretence dedicated to a hand stamped twelve inch in non descript house bag is replicated on the head down techno tackle held within. After the stuttering machine funk of "DNA" that's punctuated by reverberant glistening fx weirdly reminiscent of a starling getting stuck in a sampler, Nodge enters more familiar Berghain territory in the scratched throbbing locked groove dynamics of "Convergence" which is driven by a thudding bassline that pulses with electronic interference. On the flip Nodge indulges his menacing side with "Homology" twisting intricate beams of laser synths across a spinal bass drum bump whilst "Adaptation" strips back proceedings to an atmospheric hum of fluctuating acid gurgles and throbbing bass with drums barely audible.
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Cat: COTF 16. Rel: 25 Jun 18
  1. Morning Bells
  2. Morning Bells (Timothy J Fairplay version)
Review: Crimes Of The Future continues to demonstrate its expertise in the field of modern day electro and wave based music with this incredible one off missive from an unlikely super group. N.O.I.A, Rubicon and Rude 66 join forces for the bright and bold "Morning Bells," which stirs up a generous dose of Italo, techno and electro in a cauldron and serves it through a massive wall of synth-powered sound. Who else to remix such a concoction but Timothy J. Fairplay then? The multi-faceted London producer stays true to the original's dazzling colour and simply beefs up the beats for a cracking alternative mix to the original.
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Cat: TB 036. Rel: 06 Nov 19
  1. Disociated (4:15)
  2. Sustancia Negra (5:07)
  3. Dexx-Evol (4:34)
  4. 24Bit Storm (5:41)
  5. Sickness (1:08)
  6. Inspector Alert (6:00)
  7. 36Kapture (4:55)
  8. Radex-One (6:38)
Review: The latest missive on Andrea Parker's admirable Touchin' Bass label comes from Maria Gamboa Perez, a "guitarist, drummer, mathematician and multidisciplinary improviser" who operates under the alias NonZero!. "Matrix Equation" is moody, dark, clandestine and breathless, with Perez and collaborator Carl Finlow (yep, the British electro legend) layering buzzing electronics, looped modular noise, no wave style guitar motifs and intense melodies over a variety of clanking metallic rhythms. It's not quite industrial music, electro or EBM, but rather a fusion of the three - and dark ambient - that rewards repeated listening sessions.
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Played by: Brokntoys
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Cat: PNKMN 14. Rel: 17 Jun 16
  1. Death Of A Star (7:26)
  2. Dissonant Division (6:04)
  3. Nordic Nights (5:43)
  4. Wasted Echoes (5:39)
Review: Budapest-based Balazs Semsei, better known as Norwell, has earned a reputation for delivering contemporary re-imaginings of the 1970s "kosmiche" sound. While this inspiration is present on Death Of A Star, the four tracks are far more heavily influenced by the obtuse, industrial-era work of Cabaret Voltaire and Throbbing Gristle. He also reps the darker end of Italo-disco on the clandestine chug of "Nordic Nights", but it's the mascara-clad, minimal wave-tinged electro of "Wasted Echoes" and the standout "Dissonant Division" that really bring home the bacon. Many will naturally turn to the spacey and swinging title track, which contrasts creepy electronics with an impressively rubbery rhythm track.
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Cat: NF 19. Rel: 14 Mar 18
  1. Geometric Vision (5:51)
  2. Deadly Maneuvers (6:00)
  3. Automatic Train Control (6:14)
  4. Conversation Patterns (5:47)
Review: Be prepared for some mega-dystopian electro whenever new wares from New Flesh arrive in. Umwelt's esteemed imprint now presents Budapest's Balazs Semsei aka Norwell who dives into the realms of '70s cosmic music. He's also a co-founder of the Farbwechsel label. On Geometric Vision EP, the A side title track or "Deadly Maneuvers" sits somewhere between Antony Royther's offword futurism or Miss Kittin & The Hacker's perverse 313 exploits from the early 2000's. A more blatant tribute to the latter on the flip, with the track "Conversation Patterns" channelling that Gesamtkunstwerk era of Dopplereffekt - but it's the ultimate form of flattery right.
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Played by: Dmitry Distant
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Cat: CC 07. Rel: 12 Sep 18
  1. Vertikal 1 (6:17)
  2. Solar Wind (8:23)
  3. Soyuz 36 (6:39)
  4. Luna 2 (7:09)
  5. Coronas I (6:31)
Review: Budapest's Norwell has had a great run of releases on Farbwechsel, New Flesh and his newly inaugurated CRISIS recently which further displayed his penchant for ice-cold noir electro antics. The Interkosmos EP is his second release this year on Belfast's Computer Controlled, where he executes yet more of his retro-flavoured exploits. Featuring such majestic industrial acid journeys like "Solar Wind", through to gritty electro-techno crossover as heard on "Soyuz 36" that's reminiscent of Miss Kittin & The Hacker's anthems from the turn of the millennium, through to banging Viewlexx/Murder Capital style tributes like "Coronas I".
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Played by: Dmitry Distant
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Populist (12")
Cat: E 026. Rel: 23 Jan 17
  1. Too Many Freaks (5:57)
  2. Vibe Killer (4:13)
  3. Control Myself (6:47)
  4. Ur Lucky Ur Still Alive (4:36)
Review: Not Waving is the moniker of Italian 'thrash' techno producer, Alessio Natalizia. Between releases for the likes of Emotional Response, Diagonal, and the present Ecstatic, the shady artist has found himself a snug fit amid the sound that's been developed by likeminded producers such as Powell. As such, "Too Many Freaks" is the sort of techno that branches out to the industrial side of dance music, injecting a whole heap of freaky screams and sonic warfare into the mix, which is further evolved through the bleepy bumps of "Vibe Killer". The B-side kicks off with a piece of vintage coldwave that reminds us of Esplendor Geometrico's visionary proto-techno sounds, while "Ur Lucky Ur Still Alive" drags its grainy percussion elements over a gnarly, noise-filtered dance experiment. All of it masterfully acid-fuelled, of course. FIRE.
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Cat: CPU 00101001. Rel: 16 Feb 17
  1. White Silence (6:41)
  2. Fear (4:35)
  3. Frightening Thoughts (5:57)
  4. Alpha & Omega (6:04)
Review: Sheffield's Central Processing Unit return with Andriy Vezdenko aka Andrew Noumen: an experimental electronic producer from Lviv, Ukraine who describes himself as composer, sound researcher, artist, designer and performer. He debuts for the label with his LP titled Apeiron this year and "White Silence" is the first single taken from the album; a broken hi-tech mindbender that is reminiscent of Surgeon's work in recent times; we really enjoyed this trip where its splintered and mangled rhythms intersect with hypnotic chime melodies. The off kilter IDM shenanigans continue on the glitchy and hyper aware bodybasher "Fear" while on "Alpha & Omega" he does his best impression of Tri Repatae era Autechre. Quality stuff from this label as always and highly recommended.
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Nouveau Synthetic Compositions (limited gatefold 7" + CD)
Cat: OMNICDV 07. Rel: 16 Oct 14
  1. Beta Waves
  2. Changing Form
  3. Changing Form
  4. Beta Waves
  5. Oscar Styles
  6. Finding Time
  7. Nu Romantic Soul
  8. Helix Patters
  9. Kaleidoscope
  10. Cosmelians
Review: If you haven't heard of Nu Era, both the artist name and the title of this new EP would suggest a synthy, possibly modular affair with little structure or seductive beats. In reality, Nu Era is Marc Mac's techno project, and it was last year's "The Third Adam" which caught our attention onto his style of beat-making. This new gatefold 7" with CD contains an incorrigibly diverse set of club sounds for the more daring of DJ's. From house to techno and broken beat, Mac certainly knows how to set a part on fire. Our picks from here are the instantly alluring groove of "Changing Form", the jazzy breaks of "Oscar Styles", and drum machine deviation that is "Finding Time". Top notch!
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Aquarian Android (clear blue vinyl 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: OMNI 1202. Rel: 14 Dec 17
  1. Phoenix (5:12)
  2. Starlight (6:04)
  3. Galaxian (4:41)
  4. Atari 800 (3:54)
  5. Afroboticks (5:01)
Review: Under the Nu Era alias, 4 Hero's Marc Mac has delivered his best material in years. Earlier in 2017, he served up the Geometricks EP, which boasted arguably one of the most overwhelmingly positive and melodious tracks of the summer ("Space Above Us"). There's predictably plenty of similarly sublime and life-affirming material on this follow-up 12". Check, for example, the vintage techno sounds, spacey Herbie Hancock style synth solos and bustling jazz-house rhythms of "Phoenix", the rush-inducing, synth-heavy deep house positivity of "Galaxian" and the 8-bit electro/jazz-funk fusion of "Atari 800". "Afroboticks", a luscious and loved-up fusion of Detroit techno futurism, sumptuous deep house and spiraling synthesizer lines, is also superb.
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  1. Nu Sound II Crew - "The Sped Of Light" (5:42)
  2. Nu Sound II Crew - "The Speed Of Dub" (5:43)
  3. Nu Sound II Crew - "1001 Beats" (5:28)
  4. Magnus II - "Space Age" (LP version) (5:08)
  5. Magnus II - "Soace Age" (dub) (5:07)
  6. Magnus II - "Space Age" (remix) (5:12)
Review: Though best known for their archival endeavours in the realm of early 80s synth pop and industrial music, Dark Entries never seen afraid to stray off compass if the mood takes them. Take this Split EP for example, which sees Josh Cheon's West Coast label travel back in time to unearth some nascent Detroit electro from Nu Sound II Crew and Magnus II. Linking both project is Sam 'DJ Maestro' Anderson, a Detroit native whose body of work has been issued on labels as diverse as Metroplex and Suge Knight's Death Row Records. This split EP gathers together tracks from both projects, with lyrical themes of outer galactic travel abounding on a set filled with primal Detroit electro energy and naivety.
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Cat: SD 06. Rel: 07 Jun 07
  1. Europa (AUX 88 Detroit mix)
  2. Europa (original)
  3. Europa (AUX 88 Eupopoort mix)
Review: "From Europa to Detroit and back..." Nukubus returns after four years with the very nice three track "Europa" EP. Nukubus contributed the dramatic original version and electro-techno legends Aux 88 delivered probably their best remixes ever! Two stunning remixes which are somewhere in between dubby Basic Channel techno and Direct Beat electro. But don't forget the very nice deep and emotional original version. This Syncom Data release is an excellent 12" package.
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Alopex (12")
Cat: FAN 010. Rel: 13 Sep 19
  1. Alopex (5:28)
  2. CN2 (4:20)
  3. GeneRec (4:25)
  4. Wake-Sleep (4:39)
  5. HEXQ (4:43)
Review: Spain's Fanzine hits double figures by welcoming Nullptr (the alter ego of British artist Eddie Symons) for some heat that has made him a cult favourite over the last decade. The man behind Cambridge electro night Motherchip Connexion and his own [d]-tached label invites you to strap in and surge through the skies with him on a pulsating journey that finds him tease real funk out of his machines. From sombre and stripped back cuts of lonely electro to masterfully melodic affairs via devastatingly emotional groovers, this EP does it all in fantastic fashion.
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