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Powermoves
Powermoves (12")
Cat: RBDC 03. Rel: 06 Jun 18
Techno
  1. Powermoves (8:14)
  2. Powermoves (remix) (7:18)
  3. The Push (6:39)
Played by: DJ 3000
 in stock $10.01
Things We Do
Cat: RBINC 006LP. Rel: 16 Jun 20
Deep House
  1. Breaking (4:20)
  2. Four Lonely Words (4:14)
  3. Work (4:05)
  4. Special Times & Places (5:26)
  5. Strong Like Nature (5:13)
  6. Breaking (instrumental) (4:19)
  7. Four Lonely Words (CPUB dub) (4:20)
  8. Strong Like Nature (CPUB dub) (5:12)
Review: AKSK is the collaborative project consisting of Adda Kaleh and Diego Herrera aka Suzanne Kraft. They present their debut LP on Running Back entitled 'Things We Do' which was recorded over the last several years between Kaleh's hometown of Bucharest, as well Los Angeles and Amsterdam - where Herrera divides his residence. His neon-lit and mysterious mood music that's typically awash in FM synthesis creates the perfect backdrop for Kaleh's captivating vocals on tracks like "Breaking", the sensual slow burner "Work" or the low slung and balmy balearica of "Special Times & Places". Coober Pedy University Band (Tornado Wallace and William Paxton) also provide remixes of the tracks "Four Lonely Words" and "Strong Like Nature".
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Nature Sounds Of The Balearics
Cat: RBINC 003CD. Rel: 30 Nov 18
Balearic/Downtempo
  1. Aroon
  2. Morning Star
  3. Point & Figure
  4. Heikin-Ashi
  5. TRIX
  6. Keltner & Chalkin
  7. Ichimoku
  8. Donchian Reprise
  9. Boolean Hawks
  10. Evening Star
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Let's Go Out
Cat: RB 096. Rel: 17 Dec 20
Deep House
  1. Yellow Theme (Song) (3:18)
  2. Rain On Me (4:56)
  3. In Love (3:26)
  4. Together We'll Be Fine (6:59)
  5. Free (3:38)
  6. Time To Go (5:07)
  7. Don't Stop (4:42)
  8. NT4 Outro (1:32)
Review: Bella Boo's debut EP on Running Back is a fantastic statement of her style. The Studio Barnhus associate has a refined take on house that is genial and melodic and of course for anyone associated with that crew, playful and with a great sense of its own character. This EP was meant to be a full length with features and collaborations by COVID-19 put paid to that so instead we get a rich eight tracker. Dreamy deep house, skeletal jungle rhythms, funky drum patterns and balmy late night lullabies all make this as varied and vital an EP as you could wish for.
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Rebirth Of Gerberdaisy
Cat: RBBTLP 3. Rel: 22 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. In The Building (6:05)
  2. Chicken With Waffles (6:14)
  3. Ana's F Is Chillin (6:45)
  4. Japanese Indian Shrimp Curry (4:58)
  5. Rebirth Of Gerberdaisy (6:12)
  6. Luam Has Found Her Z (6:53)
  7. Wind Tunnel (6:32)
  8. The Force Is Going Backwards (6:27)
  9. D To The A Train (6:02)
  10. Aci Is With Her A (5:54)
Review: Having dropped digitally a few weeks back via his own Bubbletease Communications label, Maurice Fulton's latest album as Boof has finally landed on wax courtesy of Gerd Janson and Running Back. It's worth picking up, not least because Fulton's musical vision is so vibrant and distinctive. Over two slabs of wax, the Sheffield-based American delivers a swathe of ear-pleasing, off-kilter deep house numbers laden with colourful synthesizer sounds, jazzy electric piano stabs, opaque chords and rubbery bass guitar. There are of course plenty of interesting and oddball diversions to be found throughout (see "Ana's F Is Chillin", the intoxicating and exotic "Japanese Indian Shrimp Curry", and the totle track's kaleidoscopic space jazz), as well as a handful of ultra-percussive peak-time beasts (see "Luam Has Found Her Z").
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The V EP
The V EP (hand-stamped 12" + insert)
Cat: RB 091TP. Rel: 30 Apr 20
Deep House
  1. Destiny (4:18)
  2. Epiphany (4:21)
  3. Euphoria (4:22)
  4. Gifted (4:09)
  5. Karma (4:12)
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Out Of Body Experience
  1. 1st Time (4:52)
  2. 2nd Time (4:28)
  3. 3rd Time (4:37)
  4. 4th Time (4:35)
  5. 5th Time (4:32)
  6. 6th Time (4:12)
  7. 7th Time (4:12)
Review: Having recently revived his Utopia Project alias for a surprise new 12" on Running Back, legendary New York deep house producer Rheji Burrell returns to Gerd Janson's label with an EP credited to another one of his Nu Groove era pseudonyms, NY Housin' Authority. "Out Of Body Experience" boasts seven tracks, all of which explore similar sonic pastures to the project's classic, late '80s/early '90s material. That means tactile synthesizer basslines, ear-catching melodies, classic house synth sounds and drum machine beats rich in Burrell's usual infectious swing. Highlights include the breezy and life-affirming jazziness of "3rd Time", the bass-heavy, intergalactic thump of "5th Time" (a cut that would neatly fit into Bleep techno-influenced sets) and the summery warmth of "2nd Time".
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The V EP
The V EP (12")
Cat: RB 091. Rel: 11 Jun 20
Deep House
  1. Destiny (4:17)
  2. Epiphany (4:22)
  3. Euphoria (4:22)
  4. Gifted (4:44)
  5. Karma (3:36)
Review: In the late 1980s and early '90s, twins Rheji and Ronald Burrell did more to define the sound of deep house than almost any other producer bar Larry Heard. It's for this reason that this new EP from Rheji under the Utopia Project alias - one of many monikers he and his brother adopted back in the day - is such big news. The five tracks are totally fresh, rather than archival cuts, but are every bit as magic as the music Burrell released all those years ago. Expect tactile basslines, classic deep house rhythms, huggable melodies, chiming motifs, sun-bright piano riffs and immersive chords, all created using the same combination of synthesizers and drum machines that he and his brother once used to craft pioneering NYC house jams. Essential!
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Ego Rave
Ego Rave (12")
Cat: RB 095. Rel: 03 Dec 20
Techno
  1. Ego Rave A (7:57)
  2. Ego Rave B (6:45)
  3. Ego Rave C (5:09)
  4. Ego Rave D (5:22)
  5. Ego Rave D1 (3:37)
Review: Swiss techno mainstay Deetron is much older than he looks, and a much finer producer than he often gets credit for. He speaks freely though his machines to cook up techno as pure as the snow of his homeland, as airy as the mountains around him. This Ego Rave EP on Gerd Janson's Running Back offers five hugely effective and stylish DJ tools that cover techno on 'A', and happy piano house on 'B'. 'C' throws it back, with synth funk and house colliding nicely and 'D' unhinges itself and gets lost in big chord vamps. 'D1' is pure peak time fire.
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Reality 2
Reality 2 (12")
Cat: RB 094. Rel: 07 Oct 20
Electro House
  1. Reality 2 (6:49)
  2. Trans Global Ltd (6:11)
  3. Flash Forward (4:55)
  4. Promises (4:39)
  5. Visuals (5:33)
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La Danza EP
Cat: RB 080. Rel: 26 Jun 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. La Danza (7:58)
  2. Ambient Braindisk (4:22)
  3. Moments (6:56)
  4. Star Dance (6:16)
Review: Thanks to a string of fine disco and gospel-fired releases and remixes for the likes of Midnight Riot and Lumberjacks in Hell, Alan Dixon has become a must-check artist. Here he makes his bow on Running Back with arguably his most arresting and inspired EP to date. The real star of the show is co-producer Darren Morris (a regular Ashley Beedle collaborator), whose dazzling solos surge from the speakers on the driving, 1989 style piano house rush of "Moments" (reminiscent of his work on Beedle's peerless remix of Bent's "Always" in the early 2000s) and the Balearic house brilliance of "Star Dance" (think Phillip Lauer/Tuff City Kids). The fun continues on muscular, Italo-disco influenced opener "La Danza" and the colourful, sunrise-ready soundscape "Ambient Braindisk".
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Piano Drop
Piano Drop (12")
Cat: RB 092. Rel: 22 Jul 20
Techno
  1. Acid Drop (5:51)
  2. Acid Drop (Swimming mix) (5:32)
  3. Poye Loco (7:28)
  4. Rudy's Specter (6:15)
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Get Closer
Get Closer (12")
Cat: RBSSS 2. Rel: 20 Dec 17
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Get Closer (Tiger & Woods remix) (8:32)
  2. Get Closer (Gerd Janson edit) (7:43)
  3. Get Closer (DJ Oyster Tool) (3:39)
Review: Valerie Dore's "Get Closer" has never been one of Italo-disco's most in-demand records, though the Milan-made synth-pop style chugger is undoubtedly something of a slept-on classic. Running Back boss Gerd Janson is clearly a fan, though, because he's decided to give it the remix treatment. He provides his own "Coy Club Edit" interpretation, which sticks closely to the original while removing some of the track's cheesier elements, while DJ Oyster reaches for the filters and provides a "Tool Time" cut for adventurous DJs (think vocal loops and the like). The headline attraction, though, is undoubtedly the Tiger & Woods remix, which reconfigures the track as a loopy and loved-up chunk of saucer-eyed Italo-disco/deep house/electrofunk fusion.
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Life Signs Vol 1
Cat: RB 082. Rel: 10 Jul 19
Deep House
  1. Boris Borrison’s Trip To Morrisons (6:52)
  2. Lea Valley (5:51)
  3. Static (5:39)
Review: London duo Dusky are up next on Running Back, with what appears to be the first volume in their new Life Signs series. Best described by Gerd Janson and Co. as British bass science applied on classic house tropes, where breakbeats underpin transcendent melodies and IDM meets UKG. The lads behind the much lauded 17 Steps label are in fine form here: from the electrifying Italo disco influenced number "Boris Borrison's Trip To Morrisons" on the A side being unlike anything we've heard from the pair before. On the flip, it's a throwback to the illegal dance parties of the early '90s on the pitched-down hardcore breaks of "Lea Valley" and harking back to a similar era is the euphoric "Static".
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Money
Money (LP)
Cat: RBINC 007LP. Rel: 23 Sep 20
Deep House
  1. Money (5:17)
  2. How Green Was My Wallet (1:53)
  3. Blood Moon (6:04)
  4. Lost In Logik (3:56)
  5. Vento (5:45)
  6. Curves (3:44)
  7. Big Zero (5:44)
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Time Million (Pepe Bradock & Villalobos Remixes)
Cat: RBFEATERRMX 1. Rel: 17 Apr 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Time Million (Pepe Hardclipping remix) (10:40)
  2. Time Million (Villalobos remix) (13:59)
Review: Eagle-eyed readers may have spotted a number of other 12" singles bearing remixes of this track. According to Gerd Janson, it's because he got a bit overexcited when commissioning club-friendly revisions of the cut, an "outsider pop" gem that will be featured on Feater's forthcoming album "Socialo Blanco". It would be fair to say that the mixes featured here are suitably big. Pepe Bradock handles the A-side, wrapping dubbed-out synth stabs, watery melodies and fireside-hot bass around a skittish, techno-tempo rhythm track. It's one of the French producer's most accessible and peak-time ready revisions for some time. On the reverse, Ricardo Villalobos offers up a suitably percussive, off-kilter minimal techno take that makes great use of short vocal and guitar sounds lifted from Feater's Balearic-minded original mix.
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Time Million (Krystal Klear/Pangea & Feater remixes)
Cat: RBFEATERRMX 3. Rel: 17 Apr 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Time Million (Pangaea dub mix) (6:09)
  2. Time Million (Pangaea instrumental mix) (7:14)
  3. Time Million (Krystal Klear remix) (6:48)
  4. Time Million (Feater & Sam Irl Time Billion dub) (7:38)
Played by: Benjamin Fröhlich
 in stock $11.16
Acid Test (reissue)
Cat: RBDC 06. Rel: 04 Sep 20
Deep House
  1. Test 1 (6:04)
  2. Test 2 (5:29)
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Garden Party
Cat: RB 088. Rel: 05 Mar 20
Deep House
  1. Garden Party (7:21)
  2. Parade D'amour (5:34)
  3. Juke City (6:23)
  4. Wood & Neon (5:18)
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Juno Jam EP
Cat: RB 048. Rel: 17 Jun 14
Deep House
  1. Juno Jam
  2. Tom Jam
  3. Djungel Jam
Review: Genius Of Time and Running Back seems like such a perfect fit you wonder why the Swedish duo haven't graced Gerd Janson's label before now. It might be because Alexander Berg and Nils Krough aren't exactly the most prolific of duos when it comes to original material with only three EPs to their name since they inaugurated the Aniara project in such sublime fashion back in 2010. Fans of Genius of Time and John Talabot's DJ Kicks mix have added reason to engage in some vociferous rejoicing as the former's sublime offbeat number "Juno Jam" contribution to the latter release is centre stage on this 12". In addition to the A Side bliss of that Berg and Krough slip in two more percussive numbers on the flip which Running Back quite rightly point out would make "Joe Claussell proud".
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Prescription EP
Cat: RB 020. Rel: 14 Jan 10
Deep House
  1. Space & Time (unreleased re-edit)
  2. Prescription Every Night
Review: Running Back Records chief Gerd Janson has decided to revive a piece of dance history by reissuing Heaven & Earth's classic 1995 house offering. Back then, producers Luke Solomon, Rob Mello and Zaki D teamed to form a collective known as Heaven & Earth. Paying homage to their favourite label, Prescription Records who were putting out the deep, acid house that they loved from owners Chez Damier and Ron Trent, the trio collaborated on two original tracks - the now legendary "A Space and Time" and "Prescription Every Night".

The release blew up, turning the three London producers into household names overnight. - so much so that collective pronged off into their own solo careers. Such has been the demand for each, that a remix of "Beau Mot Plage" and Red Nail's "I Think of You" are the only times that they worked together again.

Fifteen years later, Gerd Janson secured the rights to re-issue the release and even loaded the EP with a couple of note worthy additions to entice record collectors to pick up a copy even if the original sits proudly in their record box. An unreleased edit of "Space and Time", where the piano takes on a more dubby feel, is joined by the disco tinged "Prescription Every Night", immortalized in Carl Craig's infamous 1995 Essential Mix.

This re-mastered and re-shaped EP is an original slice of the disco-house sound that has become so fashionable of late. As dance culture becomes more and more reflective, it is testament to the classic early tracks that inspired a generation that they are picked up again fifteen years later and re-issued for a new generation to treasure and cherish
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Running Back Mastermix
Cat: RBTHUMPCD 01. Rel: 12 Sep 17
Deep House
  1. Todd Terje - "Ragysh"
  2. Roy Comanchero - "The Delete Of Society"
  3. Tiger & Woods - "Don't Hesitate"
  4. Tiger & Woods - "Time"
  5. Jex - "La Casa"
  6. Tiger & Woods - "No More Talking"
  7. Precious System - "The Voice From Planet Love"
  8. Precious System - "The Voice From Planet Love" (Beat-Appella)
  9. Leon Vynehall - "Beau Sovereign"
  10. Shan - "Work It" (Piano mix)
  11. Redshape - "Dogz"
  12. Mr G - "Ben & Gerd (Killin It M Day)"
  13. Heaven & Earth - "Prescription Every Night"
  14. Paul Woolford - "Forevermore"
  15. Matthew Styles - "Hot!"
  16. Shan - "Bassline Party"
Review: A couple of years back, Running Back boss Gerd Janson wrote an in-depth article for Red Bull Music Academy about Tony Humphries' legendary "Mastermixes" - all-action mixes originally created for NYC radio stations in the '80s and '90s. With this in mind, it's perhaps unsurprising that he commissioned the legendary DJ to give the Running Back catalogue the same treatment. Predictably, Humphries has come up with the goods, delivering a loved-up, melodious and classic sounding trip through mostly synth-heavy, classic-sounding label highlights. That it sounds like the kind of set you'd actually hear from Humphries is testament not only to the quality of his track selection and mixing, but also the suitability of the Running Back catalogue.
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Rhythm Trainx Vol 2
Cat: RBB 04. Rel: 18 May 18
Deep House
  1. Rhythm#01 (5:18)
  2. Rhythm#02 (5:15)
  3. Rhythm#03 (4:44)
  4. Rhythm#04 (4:42)
  5. Rhythm#05 (4:57)
  6. Rhythm#06 (4:58)
Review: It's been nearly three years since the last instalment in Running Back's occasional series of DJ-friendly drum tools. Following solo percussion 12s from Todd Osborn and Redshape, up-and-coming producer Ketiov steps up to the plate. His drum tracks are predictably dense and percussively layered, with clattering, pots and pans hits wrapping themselves around dense, off-kilter kick-drum patters and, in the case of opener "Rhythm#1", restless cowbells. In some ways, it's reminiscent of Max D's work under the Dolo Percussion alias, though Ketiov's cuts do include a few more subtle musical elements - the odd acid line here, a squelchy bassline there - not to mention a swathe of slamming, peak-time friendly tools.
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Playground Remixes Vol 1
Cat: RBKINKRMX 1. Rel: 11 Jul 18
Techno
  1. Perth (Dusky remix) (6:15)
  2. Teo Techno (Radio Slave disco dub) (10:16)
Review: As the matter-of-fact title makes clear, this 12" is the first in a series of EPs offering up fresh reworks of tracks from KiNK's superb 2017 album "Playground". These revisions are, we'd suggest, rather large. Check, for example, the celebratory rush that is Dusky's rambunctious reworking of "Perth", which builds on waves of luscious chords and snappy beats before turning into a stab-happy, riff-heavy main room slammer of the highest order. Arguably even better is the druggy, metallic pulse of Radio Slave's ten-minute "Disco Dub" of "Teo Techno". It doesn't sound like disco, of course, but rather a throbbing, angular trip into Berlin techno territory that's as mind-altering as it is heavy.
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Missum
Missum (LP)
Cat: RB 046. Rel: 02 Apr 14
Ambient/Drone
  1. I
  2. II
  3. III
  4. IV
  5. V
  6. VI
  7. VII
Review: Back in 2011, Gerd Janson's Running Back introduced many people to the music LA producer Diego Herrera makes as Suzanne Kraft with the Green Flash EP that was as vivid in presentation as it was in tone. You'll be hearing a lot from Diego Herrera this year, with some high profile collaborative releases with Secret Circuit on the way; an album as Blase on ESP Institute and an Odd Numbers hookup with Willie Burns for Rush Hour's No 'Label'. Before all that, Gerd Janson welcomes Herrera, er, back into the fold with this vinyl issue of the Missum CDr that introduced the Suzanne Kraft project back in 2010. In contrast to the disco-tinged house music of the aforementioned Green Flash EP, the seven tracks on Missum take on a more experimental tone, with beats largely absent in favour of some heavily textured ambient soundscapes produced with a Tascam 464 Portastudio four-track recorder.
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The Division
Cat: RB 072. Rel: 25 Apr 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Neutron Dance (6:39)
  2. Division Ave (4:24)
  3. Shockzoid (9:07)
  4. Moonshake Mine (6:04)
Review: In recent times, Krystal Klear's EPs have wholeheartedly paid tribute to a variety of (mostly New York-based) historic clubs, artists and dance music sub-genres. While he's officially broken the spell with The Division EP - his first outing on Running Back - for the most part it's still a heart-warming, retro-futurist treat. He kicks things off with the cheery, Italo-disco revivalism of "Neutron Dance", where throbbing synthesizer arpeggio lines and mid-80s melodies are underpinned by a bustling mid-tempo house groove, before slowing things down via the Balearic synth-pop shuffle of "Division Ave". Turn to the flipside and you'll find more muscular, freestyle-meets-acid house fun (wild and mind-altering peak-time highlight "Shockzoid") as well as the baggy, glassy-eyed Balearic house rush of closer "Moonshake Mike".
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Euphoric Dreams
Cat: RB 074. Rel: 27 Feb 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Euphoric Dreams (7:14)
  2. Miyoki (6:46)
Review: New York-based Irishman Dec Lennon aka Krystal Klear had a massive year in 2018, with the disco epic "Neutron Dance" and the terrific Club Studies EP on Hot Haus Recs. Now, the Cold Tonic boss returns to Running Back with his electrifying new trip by the name of "Euphoric Dreams" which is a fitting title for this evocative and neon-lit dance floor burner which calls to mind the best of the golden era that was the '80s. He goes deeper into the night on the flip with "Miyoki"; a delightful boogie-down number which boasts of shimmering arpeggios, steely drum computers and an all-round vintage flair - there's more to come from Lennon this year for sure.
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Euphoric Dreams (Kink remixes)
Euphoric Dreams (Kink remixes) (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: RB 074RMX. Rel: 04 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Euphoric Dreams (KiNK remix) (6:00)
  2. Euphoric Dreams (KiNK Drums & Bass mix) (5:38)
Review: Released earlier this year to critical acclaim, Krystal Klear's "Euphoric Dreams" was a non-stop rush of neo-trance synthesizer refrains and melodic, life-affirming electronics. Here, Kink turns in his takes on the track, starting with a formidably filthy, bass-heavy take that flits between euphoric, synth-heavy sections and dark, stripped-back grooves. It's neo-trance, Jim, but not as we know it! The veteran producer's flipside "Drums & Bass Mix" removes the giddy and glassy-eyed synth parts, instead layering psychedelic acid lines atop thumping, trance-inducing beats and Belgian hardcore style "Hoover" bass. In other words, it's a properly intense techno throb-job.
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Cyclia Two
Cyclia Two (12")
Cat: RB 0862. Rel: 25 Mar 20
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Future Fantasy (6:28)
  2. One Night In P Bar (6:25)
  3. Dutch Gold (6:44)
  4. Genesis (6:04)
Review: Krystal Klear knows a thing or two about making big dance floor tracks, and now he proves that again with tunes inspired by Jim Henson's psychedelic and cinematic nightclub fantasy of the late 1960's. The results are further-retro disco dazzlers with piebald leads, crystalline pads and chattering claps that all fizz with energy. "Future Fantasy" is the brightest of the lot, while "One Night In P Bar" gets more dark and dirty. "Dutch Gold" is an all out disco-trance anthem to get hands in the air and "Genesis" brings you back down to earth with long legged disco grooves and shimmering arps.
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Trainman (Tensnake remixes)
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One Swallow Doesn't Make A Summer Part 2
  1. Llewellyn - "Synergy Bar" (7:11)
  2. Yogtze - "Please Hold The Line" (Fred Asquith remix) (6:42)
  3. John Noseda - "Spiral Galaxy" (6:46)
  4. Lipelis X AC - "Central Store" (6:14)
Review: Gerd Janson's ever-green Running Back is here to inject some musical joy into your summer with a new various artists EP that brims with disco brilliance. "One Swallow Doesn't Make A Summer Part 2" is actually the follow up to a Various Artists sampler for a hypothetical mixtape that still hasn't been put together. This is big, colourful, synth laden dance with high spirits and feel good hooks right from the off - "Synergy Bar" is a tropical and leggy jam, Fred Asquith pumps a more driving house sound, "Spiritual Galaxy" rides on cosmic waves and "Central Store" is a darker, electro tinged cut for the late night hours.
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Boss Moves
Boss Moves (double 12")
Cat: RB 070. Rel: 24 May 18
Deep House
  1. Oh Jupiter (4:24)
  2. Atmosphere (8:13)
  3. Enter Jericho (feat Omega III) (5:26)
  4. Essential Elements (6:19)
  5. Hellafied Sisters (5:18)
  6. Boss Moves (6:37)
  7. Bone 2 Bone (4:16)
  8. LUKE (6:55)
  9. Solid State (6:01)
Played by: Reade Truth
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More Times EP
Cat: RB 052. Rel: 05 Feb 15
Deep House
  1. More Times
  2. Dresses (Good Looking)
  3. Fever Dream
  4. Take Me To The Dark
Review: Under the now familiar Octo Octa alias, Brooklyn-based Maya Bouldry-Morrison has been one of the key artists in defining the 100% Silk sound. After three albums and a clutch of 12" singles for Amanda Brown's label, Octa Octa brings the breezy, feelgood take on vintage house to Gerd Janson's Running Back imprint. Those familiar with their style will find much to enjoy; from the chiming melodies, feelgood breakdowns and swinging drums of 'More Times', to the piano-driven revivalist Italian house rush of 'Fever Dream', and deliciously deep 'Take Me To The Dark'. Best of all, though, is 'Dresses', a thrillingly humid workout full of dreamy chords and pitched-down, rave-era breakbeats.

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Traens
Traens (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: RBLP 14. Rel: 15 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Traens 1 (3:22)
  2. Traens 2 (5:45)
  3. Traens 3 (4:52)
  4. Traens 4 (7:08)
  5. Traens 5 (5:20)
  6. Traens 6 (5:27)
  7. Traens 7 (3:32)
  8. Traens 8 (5:46)
  9. Traens 9 (4:34)
  10. Traens 10 (7:38)
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Rise
Rise (12")
Cat: RB 083. Rel: 04 Sep 19
Techno
  1. Rise (5:24)
  2. Rize (bonus beats) (4:40)
  3. Rise (acappella) (1:59)
  4. Shapes (7:09)
  5. Rise (Motor mix) (6:18)
Review: Smoky techno futurist Redshape dons his famously featureless mask once more, this time for an outing on regular home label, Running Back. Of course, the German's music is anything but feature-less, as this EP confirms once more. Opener "Rise" has scintillating chords draped over busy, shuffling, breaky-drums that find Redshape cooking up some funk, which is rare for him. We dig. A "Bonus Beats" and "Acappella" mix are included for adventurous DJs, while the flip sweeps you off your feet on a breezy, floating techno groove that is riddled with synths that flutter in warm solar winds. A firmly rooted and rolling Motor Mix of "Rise" closes out yet another essential Reshape offering.
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La Paloma
La Paloma (12")
Cat: RB 026. Rel: 02 Dec 10
Minimal/Tech House
  1. La Paloma
  2. Sa Caleta
  3. Lucy
Review: Way before the world had fallen in love with the decidedly mind-altering riffs and rhythms of "Geht's Nocht", Roman Flugel was making a name for himself under the Roman IV pseudonym. It was way back in 1995 that he made his debut with "Altes Testament", a classic chunk of Detroit-influenced tech-house that was only the second release on Playhouse. A second 12" followed - featuring the brilliant "Green Tea" - but then little else from Flugel's Roman IV moniker. This new four-tracker for Running Back, then, promises to be something of a treat. In many ways, the German label is the perfect home for Flugel's Roman IV exploits. Famed for releasing long, loopy deep and tech-house epics - think Mark E, Move D and Radio Slave - Running Back will no doubt have been delighted to secure the services of their big-hitting countryman. "La Paloma", then, promises much - and delivers. The title track itself is a hypnotic delight - a ten-minute epic that works all-manner of barely-audible samples (distant bells, jazz samples, crackly pianos) into a weighty, late night tech-house groove. But there's plenty more to enjoy, too. The decidedly trippy "Lucy" wraps dubbed-out chords around a relentless subterranean bassline, while "Sa Celenta" takes a leaf out of Mark E's book by focusing the action around a lazy disco loop and bassline. Welcome back, Roman.
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Running Back Mastermix: Front Part 2
Cat: RBFRONTLP 2. Rel: 18 Oct 18
Deep House
  1. KC Flightt - "Let's Get Jazzy" (Dope dub mix) (5:46)
  2. Toyin Agbetu Presents Nemesis - "After The Storm" (Boris Dlugosch edit) (6:00)
  3. Dee Dee Brave - "Can't Get Over It" (5:33)
  4. Mark Imperial - "J'Adore Danser" (club mix) (6:25)
  5. The 28th St Crew - "I Need A Rhythm" (vocal club mix) (6:22)
  6. Nick Holder - "Frantic" (4:30)
  7. CT Satin - "I Found A Friend" (Underworld version) (7:23)
  8. Ralphi Rosario - "An Instrumental Need (Club Need)" (6:39)
  9. DOG - "The Key" (Lunar dub) (8:05)
  10. Fila Brazillia - "Mermaids" (6:19)
Review: Hamburg's Front club was a fixture of Germany's underground club scene throughout the '80s and early '90s, with resident DJs Klaus Stockhausen and later Boris Dlugosch championing house music (amongst other things) long before it was fashionable to do so. It certainly made an impression on Gerd Janson, who asked Stockhausen and Dlugosch to put together a celebratory retrospective of Front favourites. This second part (of two) contains some real gems, from Dlugosch's edit of Toyin Agbetu's Dream 2 Science influenced deep shuffler "After The Storm" and the Bobby 'O' style '84 sleaze of Mark Imperial's "J'Adore Danser", to the mid-'80s NYC house flavours of CT Satin's "I Found A Friend (Underworld version)" and the Italian dream house colours of inspired early Fila Brazillia single "Mermaids".
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One Swallow Doesn't Make A Summer: Part 1
  1. Storken - "Lille Vals" (6:22)
  2. Alan Dixon - "Ambient Braindisk" (Drums mix) (5:49)
  3. Zombies In Miami - "Panoramica" (6:36)
  4. Hokaiido - "Talisman" (6:35)
Review: Bizarrely, Running Back boss Gerd Janson describes this multi-artist EP as "a sampler for a hypothetical mixtape". Perhaps he should make that imaginary mix a reality, because all four cuts are quality. Check first the throbbing and pulsating brilliance of Storken's "Lille Vals", which sounds like an Italo-disco obsessive's take on Bobby Orlando's mid-1980s work (with a little NYC freestyle thrown in) before donning your extra-special dancing shoes to shuffle along to Alan Dixon's new dancefloor "Drums Mix" of his synthesizer soundscape "Ambient Braindisk". Zombies In Miami deliver the goods on bleeping, synth-laden nu-disco throb-job "Panoramica", while Hokaiido's "Talisman" offers the perfect combination of delay-laden proto-house drums on steroids, bold freestyle bass and cheery synthesizer melodies.
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Played by: 80's Child
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Nyuli
Nyuli (12")
Cat: RB 022. Rel: 21 Apr 10
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Nyuli
  2. Nyuli (dub)
Review: Try to pigeon hole Gerd Janson's Running Back label at your peril whether it be Tensnake's epic disco jam "In The End (I Want You To Cry)" or Precious System's oddball deep house or even a classic Prescription Records reissue - you can always rely on good old Gerd to bring out something, well, that is genuinely interesting. The latest offering - an EP from Zanzibari producer Mim Suleiman - offers some brilliant disco-boogie action, hardly surprising when you discover that the man behind the production wheel is one Maurice Fulton.
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Si Bure
Si Bure (CD)
Cat: RBBTCD 2. Rel: 18 Dec 19
Deep House
  1. Shukuru (intro)
  2. Aruka
  3. Shukuru (part 2)
  4. Usiogope
  5. Na Mia
  6. Uutu
  7. Shukuru (part 3)
  8. Kuemenora
  9. Haki
  10. Ama Kweli
  11. Shukuru (part 4)
  12. Were
  13. Patosha
  14. Shukuru
Review: Zanzibar born, Sheffield-based vocalist Mim Suleiman presents her fifth album on the ever reliable Running Back imprint - and is produced by legend Maurice Fulton. Ultra-modern African music merges with pop, house and disco, while lyrics sung in Swahili deal with a variety of sentimental themes. Suleiman has been described as "Mama Africa of the modern era" and is in fine form on "Si Bure": from the spiritual life music of "Aruka" and "Na Mia", to the uplifting soulful house vibe of "Usiogope" or "Kuemenora" - which are geared for some evocative moments on the dancefloor. We're also loving the powerful techno beats of "Haki" which provide an intense backing for Suliman's powerful vocal delivery as well as lo-slung boogie "Wewe" and the Animal Collective vibes of "Patosha", where Suleiman's celestial voice calls out over a wide open plain.
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Played by: Alex Dallas
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Pink Eye
Pink Eye (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: RBBTLP 1. Rel: 04 Jul 18
Deep House
  1. Boat Ride Around NYC (1:20)
  2. The Skipper (5:45)
  3. Caryll J The Superhero (6:14)
  4. Sarah's E Is Back (6:43)
  5. Mario & Soley (6:22)
  6. Spin Cycle (6:06)
  7. Karo B Is Not On Love & Hip Hop (6:15)
  8. Kelly Is With Her (5:58)
  9. Luciana Murder Muffins (6:12)
  10. Five Left (6:11)
  11. Pink Eye (6:01)
Review: There was much excitement when Pink Eye, Maurice Fulton's first album under the Syclops album for five years, first appeared online last month. In typical fashion, Fulton hadn't let anyone know it was coming. As with some of his other projects, it's now available on physical formats via German titans Running Back. As with previous Syclops albums, it's wonderfully bonkers and hard to pigeonhole, with the Sheffield-based Chicagoan combining mind-altering electronics, skewed drums, riotous analogue grooves and cheery piano and synthesizer motifs in a variety of hugely impressive ways. There are naturally some suitably filthy club workouts present - check the intergalactic madness of "Sarah's E Is Back", the druggy, afro-tech romp that is "Spin Cycle" and the sub-heavy insanity of "Kelly Is On Her C" - alongside loved-up compositions and productions that indulge Fulton's less discussed often overlooked jazz influences.
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Music
Music (12")
Cat: RBSSS 3. Rel: 05 Sep 18
Deep House
  1. Music (5:19)
  2. Music (remix) (5:16)
  3. More Music (3:01)
  4. Music (Boris Dlugosch remix) (7:15)
  5. Music (Boris Dlugosch bonus beats) (4:09)
  6. Music (Boris Dlugosch Tribal reprise) (1:55)
Review: Here's a classic to those who know, that gets a much needed reissue by Running Back. Originally released in 1984, Syncbeat was a project by Craig Bevan and the lesser known Pete Ramon who were pioneers of UK electro and "Music" was definitely geared towards the breakdancing culture of the time. With its slap bass synths, sharp beats and jacked vocals, it's a real zeitgeist of early '80s street culture. The original remix was by none other than Greg Wilson, and it comes with a bunch of new renditions by another legend - Hamburg's Boris Dlugosch. He delivers some perspectives that add some much appreciated dynamics for modern dancefloors while remaining respectful to the original.
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Vibe Telemetry
Cat: RBLP 08. Rel: 19 Oct 16
Deep House
  1. 147 Stars (4:20)
  2. Sierra (6:30)
  3. Tripping Beauty (6:35)
  4. Datajungel (6:33)
  5. Highs & Bungalows (1:32)
  6. Sea Hex & Moon (6:49)
  7. Mezcal Eclipse (6:45)
  8. Expanse (2:34)
  9. Entropikalia (5:22)
  10. Untitled (The Party) (6:07)
  11. Flow System (4:11)
  12. DTMF (6:06)
Review: Press reviews of Henning Severud's long-awaited debut album have been universally positive, and it's easy to see why. While the Norwegian touches on numerous styles across Vibe Telemetry - new age, ambient house, Scandolearic, Italo-disco, vintage Italian deep house and even saucer-eyed techno - each have been filtered through his hazy, hard-to-define desire to create music with its own distinctive sense of atmosphere. As a result, it's a hugely vibrant, colourful and inventive set, with Severud effortlessly creating a set of tracks that works as a coherent, easy to listen to whole, despite the presence of numerous future floor-fillers. As debut albums go, it's something of a cracker.
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Ragysh
Ragysh (12")
Cat: RBCR-78. Rel: 13 Jul 18
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Untitled (1:51)
  2. Ragysh (8:51)
  3. Snooze 4 Love (8:06)
  4. Bonysh (5:10)
Review: ** Running Back Repress for the Terje Fans **Terje Olsen doesn't release many records, but when he does they tend to be pretty special. This surprise EP for Running Back is his only his fifth original single in seven years, but it's arguably his best yet. "Ragysh" is devilishly simple, a naggingly hypnotic house/ electronic disco head-nodder that builds to a gasping climax of chic, intergalactic melodies. It's partnered by "Bonysh", a dubwise beats track that ekes maximum thrills from little more than ever-changing percussion. B-side "Snooze For Love" - available in dancefloor and downtempo versions - continues the stargazing theme, offering up an uber-Balearic mix of bleep melodies, dozy chords and sleepwalking percussion.
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More Love!
More Love! (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: RB 090TP. Rel: 20 May 20
Deep House
  1. More Love! (Mega mix) (7:35)
  2. Kickin' In (8:18)
  3. Warped Minds (6:07)
  4. Warped Minds (TJJ More Cowbell reprise) (5:00)
Review: With a discography that stretches right back to the mid 1990s, Johanz Westerman is one of Holland's longest-serving underground house and techno producers. He's also a student of electronic music history, as this wholehearted, EP-length tribute to the work of Giorgio Moroder and Patrick Cowley proves. Title-track "More Love" is little less than an acid-laden, instrumental re-build of the Moroder-produced, Cowley-remixed Donna Summer classic "I Feel Love", while "Kickin In" is the kind of muscular, synthesizer-heavy electro-disco throb-job that would have gone down a storm at legendary San Francisco club the Trocadero at the turn-of-the-80s. Flipside opener "Warped Minds" explores similar sonic territory and sounds like it was inspired by Sylvester's "Do You Wanna Funk". There's even a sweaty, delay-laden rhythm track reprise for those DJs who love percussion.
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More Love!
More Love! (12")
Cat: RB 090. Rel: 10 Jul 20
Deep House
  1. Move Love! (Mega mix) (7:35)
  2. Kickin' In (Patrick Cowley) (8:19)
  3. Warped Minds (6:05)
  4. Warped Minds (TJJ More Cowbell reprise) (4:54)
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AOD
AOD (gatefold LP)
Cat: RBLP 13. Rel: 17 Apr 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Forever Summer (3:45)
  2. Warning Fails (5:02)
  3. A Lovely Change (4:13)
  4. Night Quake (4:15)
  5. The Bad Boys (5:02)
  6. Salsaro Ete (5:10)
  7. 1:00AM (5:09)
  8. Kelly McGillis (4:44)
Review: On their third album, Tiger & Woods have decided to flip the script a little, paying tribute to Italy's remote, rural clubs of the early 1980s. To do this, they've sampled up a wealth of material from Rome's boogie-inspired, Italo-disco era Full Time and Goodymusic labels and turned it into slow motion and mid-tempo gold. As a result, the album's eight tracks are altogether more sun-kissed and Balearic in feel than their electrofunk-inspired club jams of old, though this is no bad thing. In fact, there's an argument to suggest that "AOD" (it stands for Adult Oriented Dance apparently) is their most enjoyable and listenable album to date, with less reliance on heavyweight loop jams and more intricate musical touches. However you spin it, "AOD" is a glassy-eyed, loved up triumph.
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AOD
AOD (CD)
Cat: RBCD 13. Rel: 16 Apr 19
Techno
  1. Forever Summer
  2. Warning Fails
  3. A Lovely Change
  4. Night Quake
  5. The Bad Boys
  6. Salsaro Ete
  7. 1:00 AM
  8. Kelly McGillis
Review: On their third album, Tiger & Woods have decided to flip the script a little, paying tribute to Italy's remote, rural clubs of the early 1980s. To do this, they've sampled up a wealth of material from Rome's boogie-inspired, Italo-disco era Full Time and Goodymusic labels and turned it into slow motion and mid-tempo gold. As a result, the album's eight tracks are altogether more sun-kissed and Balearic in feel than their electrofunk-inspired club jams of old, though this is no bad thing. In fact, there's an argument to suggest that "AOD" (it stands for Adult Oriented Dance apparently) is their most enjoyable and listenable album to date, with less reliance on heavyweight loop jams and more intricate musical touches. However you spin it, "AOD" is a glassy-eyed, loved up triumph.
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Lonely Planet Remixes
Cat: RB 069. Rel: 21 Mar 18
Deep House
  1. Today (feat Sui Zhen - I:Cube mix) (6:27)
  2. Today (feat Sui Zhen - Move D vocal mix) (6:08)
  3. Trance Encounters (Prins Thomas Diskomiks) (7:30)
  4. Today (feat Sui Zhen - I:Cube Aujord'Hui beats) (5:09)
Review: Given Gerd Jansen's experience, connections and deep-rooted knowledge of underground dance music culture, it's perhaps unsurprising that he's recruited some top-draw talents to remix Tornado Wallace's fantastic Lonely Planet album. Versatile veteran I:Cube is arguably the star of the show. Not only does he deliver a deliciously saucer-eyed take on "Today" - think spacey, left-of-centre synth-pop fused with dream house aesthetics and lolloping electro beats - but also a slightly more tribal-sounding "Beats" version full of dub delays that's equally as inspired. Elsewhere, Move D provides a darker, thickset deep house version of "Today", while Scandolearic overlord Prins Thomas turns "Trance Encounters" into a bubbling, otherworldly epic rich in bustling acid lines, descending melodies and sun-kissed guitars.
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Kairo
Kairo (green vinyl 12")
Cat: RBSSS 4. Rel: 20 Feb 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
  1. Kairo (5:22)
  2. Kozak 2000 (4:32)
  3. Kairo (Boris Dlugosch instrumental edit) (5:54)
Review: Originally released back in 1984, and regularly heard in underground clubs at the time such as Hamburg's legendary club Front, "Kairo" was the one and only EP by the enigmatic Udytu Utzelturk And His Male Harem - on the short lived King Kong Productions. The title track was considered controversial by some, with an Imam singing over an Italo disco style groove. On the flip "Kozak 2000" is a sleazy funk jam. As part of Running Back's 2019 reissue here, Gerd Janson has called upon Boris Dlugosch - one time resident of the aforementioned Front - to deliver the exclusive re-edit duties - and he does a pretty fine job of extending it out in respectful fashion.
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 in stock $11.44
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