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Visio
Visio (12")
Cat: PERLON 104. Rel: 18 Feb 15
 
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Visio
  2. Ruski
Review: After the adventures in Meditations from Thomas Melchior, Perlon's latest release of an impressive 2015 so far finds the label turn to a lesser known artist in Bihn. The production alias of Berlin based Germann Nguyen, BIHN emerged last year with a pair of low key 12"s as well as working with Onur Ozer as Treatment. What Nguyen lacks in profile he makes up for in punchy Perlon-worthy productions skills on the basis of his two tracks here with opener "Visio" a quite haunting cut where stripped back drum programming allows a neat bassline and detailed synth work to shine. Complementing this, it feels like "Ruski" is Nguyen letting his more urgent desires reign free and is likely to become a B side many selectors cherish.
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Down
Down (12")
Cat: PERLON 125. Rel: 26 Jun 20
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Vormlock (12:03)
  2. Down (16:02)
Review: Disordered Rhythm Metronomy may be a puzzling (and, let's face it, rather strange) artistic alias, but the two men behind the project, Ricardo Villalobos and Edward, have produced some of the most distinctive leftfield techno of the last decade. As a result, you'd expect their first joint EP to be a killer... and it is. A-side "Vormlock" is a rubbery, off-kilter treat, with the experienced duo peppering an elastic synth bassline and sparse, skittish drums with glitchy stabs, tipsy lead lines and all manner of wonky, out-of-this-world noises. Over on the flipside you'll find title track "Down", a deeper and dreamier chunk of spacey minimalism in which typical Villalobos style percussion and softly squelching bass comes cloaked in some suitably intergalactic synthesizer chords.
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Margaret Dygas
Cat: PERL 86CD. Rel: 07 Jul 11
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Missing You Less
  2. Soon
  3. Pressed For Time
  4. Country Way Of Life
  5. 41
  6. Ocbinh's Groove
Review: For their 86th release the mighty, mighty Perlon bring on board Margaret Dygas with a self titled not EP not album. Working her way through sparse and cosmic minimal spirals as we expect, "Missing You Less" shows her delicate edge with light piano keys and muffled strings giving a feminine touch to her otherwise driving style. "Soon" reverts to Dygas as we know her, with hitting drum patterns and reverbed tech goodness from the start. "Country Way Of Life" on the second disk is meandering and spooky, with indecipherable vocals popping up intermittently as a heavy kick and syncopated drums rise from below. "Ocbinh's Groove" meanwhile is dark and moody, as pads swoop and samples howl. Diverse, quality, pure minimal techno... Perlon live on.
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Apologize To The Future
Cat: PERLON 126LP. Rel: 09 Sep 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. A Thin Layer Of Oily Rock (4:30)
  2. Changing Climate (5:53)
  3. Apologize To The Future (4:07)
  4. Singularity (4:59)
  5. Overshoot (4:41)
  6. Exit Game (4:53)
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The Girls Thing
Cat: PERLON 118. Rel: 24 Oct 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Sea Of Hands (6:34)
  2. Outro (3:07)
  3. The Girls Thing (8:29)
Review: Over the course of his 15-year career, Bruno Pronsato has proved adept at combining otherworldly, minimalist rhythms with looser, more organic musical elements. He's at it again here on this Perlon outing, proving that sparse minimal techno can still feel warm and human. This is particularly evident on opener "Sea of Hands", where Pronsato's evocative, soft-touch vocal rise above chiming synthesizer notes and an off-kilter, snare-heavy beat. There's an even more organic feel to "Outro", where warm bass guitar notes and synthesized steel drum sounds come accompanied by little more than claps and cymbals. The most dancefloor-focused cut of the lot is B-side "The Girls Thing", a typically deep, sparse and bass-heavy minimal techno roller blessed with intricate percussion programming and Villalobos levels of wonkiness.
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Dancing Therapy
Cat: PERLON 109LP. Rel: 29 Jun 16
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Kill Divas (6:37)
  2. Collective Change (6:31)
  3. Loop 1
  4. Random Bass (6:18)
  5. Run Way (6:27)
  6. Loop 2 (0:12)
  7. Ice Man (9:09)
  8. Strange City (4:55)
  9. Loop 3 (0:20)
  10. Abduction 130 (7:13)
  11. Mr Waldorf (5:59)
  12. Loop 4 (0:32)
Review: After previous travels through space in the minimal constellation on records for Binh's Time Passages and Vera and Alexandra's Melliflow label, Berlin-dwelling Italian producer lands himself an impressive debut on the mighty Perlon. Fresh off a new Fumiya Tanaka LP and that superb Margaret Dygas 12", Perlon are operating on all cylinders at the moment and this debut Spacetravel LP is a fine addition to the label canon. Some eight tracks deep, the cannily-titled Dancing Therapy already sounds like a future Perlon classic, breezing from hypnotic reduced house ("Kill Divas") to haywire techno deviations via stripped down minimal DJ tools. Dancing therapy indeed!
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CD
CD (12")
Cat: PERLON 1172. Rel: 19 Sep 18
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Telephone At The Window (10:43)
  2. I Don't Know Enough Continued (9:25)
Review: Fumiya Tanaka's long-awaited return to Perlon after five years away is a two-part affair. This is the second 12" ("A/B" is available separately), and like its predecessor features a pair of high-grade workouts from one of the Japanese techno scene's greatest servants. Side A sports "Telephone at the Window", a typically trippy and clandestine affair that sees Tanaka pepper an undulating minimalist groove (think deep bass and crunchy machine snares) with post-apocalyptic vocal samples, spine-tingling electronics and manipulated modem noise. Over on the flipside, "I Don't Know Enough Continued" is a smoother and more shuffling late night workout, with only the producer's foreboding riffs and more mind-altering vocal samples punctuating the otherwise locked-in mood.
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Superlongevity Six
VARIOUS
Cat: PERLON 114. Rel: 14 Jul 17
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Stowaway - "A Suspicious Passenger" (5:31)
  2. International Anything - "When It's Dark (Moonlight Medley)" (7:56)
  3. Synchronized Sleep - "Bodycode" (4:50)
  4. Kalabrese - "Dudingen" (4:50)
  5. Pile - "Noshow" (4:46)
  6. Dimbiman - "Turtle Gone" (6:07)
  7. Margaret Dygas - "Saasafras" (7:39)
  8. Fumiya Tanaka - "Standing North 6" (6:47)
  9. Baby Ford - "Dognosematic" (6:24)
  10. Narcotic Syntax - "Agents With Fatty Acids" (6:19)
  11. Ricardo Villalobos - "Gono Fuznk" (7:10)
  12. Binh - "Wochenbett" (6:29)
  13. Darren - "1999/2017" (extd version) (1:31)
  14. Spacetravel - "No More" (6:32)
  15. Soul Capsule - "Them Yeah" (6:41)
  16. Sammy Dee - "Marvin Goes Savage Deep" (7:28)
  17. Maayan Nidam - "Trail Of Glitter" (7:30)
  18. Melchior Productions Ltd - "The Hope" (6:26)
Review: Seven years after Superlongevity Five, Zip and Marcus Nicolai's Perlon ushers in its 20th anniversary celebrations with the long-awaited follow up. 18 exclusive cuts from label family and firm friends old and new, Perlon's whole range is on display; from the pensive, restrained and dense house music of Baby Ford right through to the cosmic p-funk of Kalabrese, every Perlon shade and hue is on display. Highlights across the deep, widescreen trip include Villalobos's freaky "Gonzo Funk", the planet-leaping jacks of Spacetravel's "No More" and the late night trooping power of International Anything's "When It's Dark". Super.
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Safe In Harbour
Safe In Harbour (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: PERLON 105LP. Rel: 15 Jun 15
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Modern Hit Midget (4:52)
  2. Safe In Harbour (10:19)
  3. Mulpft (7:11)
  4. Beefdes (6:16)
  5. Zero (15:02)
  6. Mosi Fud (8:29)
  7. Surmansky Blow (6:38)
Review: Ricardo Villalobos has clearly found a kindred spirit in former Sun Electric and Moritz Von Oswald trio man Max Loderbauer. The duo has been remixing together for some time, delivering some notable reworks, including a stunning minimal jazz re-imagining of Nightmares on Wax's "Aftermath". Safe in Harbour marks the Berlin-based pair's first original work together under the Vilod alias, and continues their theme of melding elements of fizzing jazz, minimal, and dub techno. It's an impressive set, all told, full of wonky, off-kilter fusions of live instrumentation - most notably some brilliant drumming - glitchy electronics and a Berghain-friendly attitude. In fact, it may be Villalobos' most impressive studio work to date.
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