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Someone Out There
Cat: TOB 005. Rel: 27 May 10
  1. Someone Out There (extended mix)
  2. Someone Out There (original mix)
  3. Someone Out There (KIM remix)
  4. Someone Out There (Runaway remix)
  5. Someone Out There (Neurotic Drum Band remix)
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2600 2600
2600 2600 (12")
Cat: THRONEOFBLOOD 023. Rel: 20 Jun 12
Electro House
  1. 2600 2600
  2. 2600 2600 (Shit Robot remix)
  3. 2600 2600 (Mugwump Italo Broadcast remix)
  4. 2600 2600 (John Selway remix)
Review: When AKA JK (aka New York based producer Jonathan Kreinik) last appeared on Throne Of Blood in 2010, the label was just establishing itself as an emporium of classy club music. Some two years on and Throne of Blood has really expanded operations with a transatlantic roster and a willingness to indulge their artists idiosyncrasies. And AKA JK is amongst their most idiosyncratic, especially on "2600 2600" which masterfully displays his talent for melding elements of refined pop with rough hewn industrial, almost Belgian nu beat rhythms. Sick remix package as per usual with DFA stalwart Shit Robot sitting alongside two Throne of Blood alumni in John Selway and Mugwump - with the latter's perhaps our pick of the bunch.
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Movement EP
Cat: TOB 024. Rel: 24 May 12
Deep House
  1. Light Into Dark
  2. Flashlights
  3. Movement
  4. Movement (Andrew Weatherall remix)
Review: Mop haired Fabric resident and remixer du jour Daniel Avery continues to mature as a producer under his own name, having elected to cast off the shackles of expectation that came with his Stopmakingme alias. Arising on the excellent Throne of Blood imprint with the Movement EP, all advance press has focused on the fact that one of Avery's personal heroes and influences in Andrew Weatherall has been commissioned to remix the title track; this shouldn't however mean you discount the three original productions, which further carve out the supine machine funk groove Avery has been burrowing down in recent times. The deep acid thrombosis of "Light Into Dark" practically growls at you from the lower reaches of the channels whilst the floating analogue sounds of "Flashlights" retain a restrain that lends the track an air of bleep laden mystique. Flip over for the echo laden title track whose gloopy groove is complemented by an array of raw drums and fizzing percussion which is tweaked into a lolloping dub disco number by Weatherall.
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Tricks Of The Trade
Cat: TOB 035. Rel: 15 Jun 13
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Sometimes I'm Happy
  2. Jive At Five
  3. Analogues Anonymous
  4. Holy Stain
Review: Dub techno aficionado Brendon Moeller is rarely resting on his laurels, but it's been a wee while since a Beat Pharmacy release graced our ears. He's back in action with this solid release for Throne Of Blood which sees Moeller indulging his slightly wilder side with some decidedly left leaning material. There's a greater sense of tripped out analogue tweakery at work on tracks like "Sometimes I'm Happy" which nudge and contort with the flow of a live jam, while "Jive At Five" coaxes such tendencies into a more focused and funky situation that calls to mind Mathew Jonson in his bouncier moments. "Analogues Anonymous" is a more typically dubbed out affair, not least in the lead chord, but still the machines rule the day.
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Inside Job EP
Cat: TOB 020. Rel: 19 Jan 12
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Inside Job
  2. In A Trance In France
  3. Hootin & Tootin
  4. Comet
Review: If you'd had US producer Brendon Moeller down as a dub techno artist, then you're in for a surprise! The title track does feature Moeller's robust beats and heavy rhythms, but it's the melancholic synth musings and tearing bass that remove it from the echo chamber cliches. "In A Trance In France" also pushes Moeller into a different direction; there, rolling drums and muffled vocals combine with swirling, ethereal melodies to create a deep techno/house hybrid. Moeller has more surprises: on "Hootin & Tootin", he combines jazzy sax squalls with waves of moody synths, while "Comet" sees him effortlessly fuse clipped beats with sensuous strings. Another quality drop from the under-appreciated Throne Of Blood!
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EP 1
EP 1 (12")
Cat: TOB 010. Rel: 03 Dec 10
Deep House
  1. Darwin
  2. Drippin
  3. Darwin (Retro/Grade edit)
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EP 2
EP 2 (12")
Cat: TOB 014. Rel: 16 Jun 11
Deep House
  1. Silk
  2. Purple Sweat
  3. Choux
  4. Silk (Mark Verbos remix)
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Black Magic EP
Cat: TOB 055. Rel: 18 Sep 17
  1. Black Magic (7:36)
  2. 101 (4:43)
  3. Untitled (demo version) (6:44)
  4. Real Slow (6:02)
  5. Black Magic (demo version) (7:07)
Review: Former Output man Marc Nguyen Tan has been pretty active since returning to production after a 10-year absence back in 2015. Here, his revival continues via a collaborative EP alongside similarly experienced Dane Kasper Bjorke. The headline attraction is undoubtedly "Black Magic", a sleazy and occasionally intense workout that wraps ragged acid lines, mind-altering electronics and hushed, new wave style vocals around a blistering post-punk drum pattern. The post-punk influences come to the fore on the decidedly fuzzy "101" and "Real Slow", which is thrillingly unusual and full of all manner of bizarre electronic flourishes and wayward saxophone solos. A couple of raw, stripped-back demo versions complete an impressive EP.
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High Jinks
High Jinks (12")
Cat: TOB 031. Rel: 19 Jan 13
  1. High Jinks
  2. High Jinks (Gilb'r Hunting remix)
  3. Low Jinks
  4. High Jinks (Photonz remix)
Review: The not so mysterious Bohemian Groove debut fully on Throne Of Blood after hinting at their taste for psychedelic disco with a DJ Druzz vs. Omega Mus remix for the NYC imprint last year. On their original track "High Jinks" and its moodier counterpart "Low Jinks", broad brushstrokes of synth are the order of the day, letting the percussion shake seductively in the background while the melody intones an emotionally rich message of soul-replenishing dance music. Versatile Records main man Gilb'r brings a more dramatic, 70s library music vibe to bear on his "Hunting" remix of "High Jinks", while Portugese duo Photonz' delve into a nagging broken beat techno roller of magnificent proportions.
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Late Night EP
Cat: TOB 038. Rel: 28 Nov 13
Deep House
  1. Late Night
  2. Hey Gringo
  3. Let Me Hit
  4. Rough Sailer
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No Episode
No Episode (12")
Cat: TOB 029. Rel: 15 Nov 12
  1. No Fun
  2. No Fun (Madteo's Cosa C E SoTTo remix)
  3. No Fool
  4. No Fool (John Heckle remix)
Review: Naming the lead track of your EP "No Fun" seems like it's setting the listener up for a disappointment, especially in a dance music landscape where self-congratulating droney minutia and sad sack futurebass have laid claim to their share of the market. Fortunately, Nocturnes boss JR Seaton aka Call Super is likely having a little self reflexive chuckle here, as his No Episode EP on Throne of Blood taps into a consciousness-bending contingent of stomping, urgent techno that can animate bodies in just about every position except a yawning one."No Fun" is the most immediately accessible track on the record, a churning and grinding bassline rippling throughout, the teeth of vintage analogue sounds sharpened into fangs. Meanwhile Madteo continues honing his knack for the dust-coated weirdbeat displayed in the cassette-only Trilogy Tapes released Mad Dip Revue, and his reworking of "No Fun" is infused with the same low-slung, gritty house beat that's constantly fluctuating, on the verge of crumpling in on itself. "No Fool" starts the virtual flip side off on a decidedly darker tip, giving prominence to percussion that sounds like echoing footsteps down a hallway while layers of bubbling, synaptic techno rumblings build up around it. John Heckle then works his magic, running his remix through intermittent echoes, an unpredictably raw stutter effect that withholds and releases itself as the track unfolds.
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Throne Of Black Catalogue EP 1
Cat: TOBC 001. Rel: 18 Oct 13
Deep House
  1. Carter Bros - "Jamaica Burning" (version 2)
  2. Monty Luke - "Behavior Detection"
  3. Pixelife - "5 Month Survey"
  4. Pixelife - "The Doctor Is Out"
Review: NYC label Throne Of Blood pay tribute to Monty Luke's Black Catalogue by inviting the chieftain himself and label-mates the Carter Bros to curate the A-side of their latest 12", Throne Of Black Catalogue. The Carter's provide a tunnelling, and at times progressive "Jamaica Burning" (version 2)" to the label, while Luke supplies a fuzzy-keyed and snare popping burner with "Behaviour Detection" - which sounds like a well behaved Kyle Hall. Horn Wax's Pixelife then delivers two tracks to the B-side, with "5 Month Survey" fit for any jacking Ibiza dancefloor, while "The Doctor Is Out" stays in the jacking zone too, with its marching snares, there's an added and triumphant italo aspect.
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Red Atlantic EP
Cat: TOB 056. Rel: 11 Dec 17
Deep House
  1. Red Atlantic (7:37)
  2. Red Atlantic (Autarkic remix) (6:51)
  3. The Voynich Manuscrip (8:32)
  4. The Voynich Manuscrip (Cosmo Vitelli remix) (7:30)
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Smash EP
Smash EP (12")
Cat: TOB 037. Rel: 06 Sep 13
Deep House
  1. Smash
  2. Smash (Phil Kieran remix)
  3. Time Right
  4. Time Right (My Favorite Robot remix)
Played by: Alexis Le-Tan, Chloe
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City Thunder EP
Cat: TOB 025. Rel: 22 Jun 12
Deep House
  1. City Thunder
  2. City Thunder (Chamboche remix)
  3. Alien Race
  4. Alien Race (Gingy & Bordello remix)
Review: Although based in New York, Throne Of Blood seem happy to expand operations to include some of the producers making strides this side of the Atlantic, as evidenced by the recent release of Daniel Avery's Movement EP. Avery's close friend Matt Walsh joins him in releasing on Throne Of Blood, with the sometime Turbo artist turning in some fine deep house under the Clouded Vision name he shares with studio cohort Steve Cook. Opening track "City Thunder" finds Clouded Vision in reflective mood, especially when the track opens up into the core section of warm laser like synths and new age cooing from Emilie Albisser of Passarella Death Squad. It's given markedly more rhythmic urgency by Chamboche, whose uptempo refix treats the aforementioned synth elements with cavernous dub and dices them to fit neatly into his own skipping grooves. On the flip, "Alien Race" replaces warmth with darkness as the track's throbbing acidic DNA is slowly extracted over a slowed down jak beat, while Turbo fellas Gingy & Bordello take the track further down the rabbit hole on their new jack techno refix.
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Tumblefish (12")
Cat: TOB 051. Rel: 11 Apr 16
Deep House
  1. Tumblefish (5:20)
  2. Tumblefish (Mark E remix) (6:46)
  3. Vitamin C (5:59)
  4. Vitamin C (Man Pask dub) (5:47)
  5. Vitamin C (Man Power remix) (5:35)
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Reginald's Groove
Cat: TOB 12. Rel: 31 Mar 11
  1. Reginald's Groove (original)
  2. Reginald's Groove (Juan Maclean remix)
  3. Reginald's Groove (Classixx remix)
  4. Reginald's Groove (Bicep remix)
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Call The Doctor EP
Cat: TOB 043. Rel: 24 May 14
Deep House
  1. Call The Doctor
  2. String Static
  3. Call The Doctor (Riton remix)
  4. Pompopo
Review: This latest release from Curses is one you can only assume will appear regularly in Erol Alkan's sets right now, especially the title track - "Call The Doctor". It's dark, progressive, and something that sounds very similar to Daniel Avery's latest productions. "String Static" somehow stays on the cusp of disco territory while in other parts it sounds as tough as a Mike Dehnert tune. Riton slows and twists the title track into something that sounds like a mixture between Diplo, Truncate and Kowton, while "Pompopo" is the EP's dark happy track - with a slightly sinister glint - and some heavy sub bass.
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New Crack Swing
Cat: THRONEOFBLOOD 001. Rel: 13 Nov 08
Electro House
  1. Girlsbug
  2. Everyone's Got To Make A Living
  3. Took My Love Away
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Apeman EP
Apeman EP (12")
Cat: TOB 022. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Deep House
  1. Apeman (original)
  2. Apeman (Bohemian Groove)
  3. Apeman (Monty Luke remix)
  4. More Fucking Apes
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Satire (12")
Cat: TOB 13. Rel: 09 May 11
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Satire
  2. Delirium
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A/B Musique
Cat: TOB 034. Rel: 26 Apr 13
  1. A/B Musique
  2. Shorty
  3. Shorty (Scott Fraser Above The Clouds remix)
Review: Sean Johnston's Hardway Bros aligns on the Throne Of Blood label with some rare original produce in the shape of A/B Musique, a killer 12" brandishing some assistance from fellow Axis members Scott Fraser and Timothy J Fairplay. Eschewing the Balearic nature of previous Hardway Bros material, the title track is geared as homage to Belgian New Beat and hits the spot as soon as those hollow drums kick into gear. The aforementioned Mr Fairplay provides some punk funk swagger via intermittent guitar riffage and the vibe throughout is geared towards interplanetary love parties. On the flip, "Shorty" feels a bit darker, with tough multi layered drum breaks and fuzzy edged arpeggiated bass lines gradually teasing out a seemingly never ending fluctuating precession of delay laden acid lines and swirling hypnotic vocal smudges. Scott Fraser turns in a murky basement remix of "Shorty" which is tinged with a machine made melancholia that tastes decidedly Detroitian.
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Sleaze EP
Sleaze EP (12")
Cat: TOB 047. Rel: 24 Oct 14
Deep House
  1. Legato
  2. Legato (Kasper Bjorke remix)
  3. Thoughts On Modern Living
  4. Sleaze
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Pleasure EP
Cat: TOB 053. Rel: 10 Jun 16
Deep House
  1. Pleasure Cry (feat Sarah Rebecca) (7:19)
  2. Argonaut (8:02)
  3. Pleasure Cry (Tuff City Kids remix) (6:46)
  4. My PNO (6:29)
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The Laser EP
Cat: TOB 057. Rel: 14 May 18
Deep House
  1. Friedman Deeback Loop Revision (7:43)
  2. The Laser (8:19)
  3. Friedman Deeback Loop Revision (Max Pask remix) (10:35)
  4. Afro Sirene (7:58)
Review: Hardway Bros is Sean Johnston - DJ, producer and one half of A Love from Outer Space with Andrew Weatherall. He's fast become a staple of James 'Fucking' Friedman's Throne Of Blood imprint with his modern take on classic house music formulas. If it 'aint broke, dont fix it we say - Johnston's winning formula is on show once again with the heads-down acid wiggle of "Friedman Deeback Loop Revision" followed by the metal dance of "The Laser" closing out the A side in neon-lit, electro fashion. On the flip, Maxime Pasquier (Sheik 'N' Beik/Kill The DJ) delivers a bleepu nu-disco rendition of the A side cut and final offering while "Afro Sirene" goes for a trippy and lo-slung Afro vibe.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
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Shakes On
Shakes On (12")
Cat: TOB 015. Rel: 07 Jul 11
Deep House
  1. Workin & Steamin
  2. Shakes On (original)
  3. Shakes On (Naum Gabo remix)
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Rigor Music EP
Cat: TOB 021. Rel: 17 Feb 12
Deep House
  1. Electric Light
  2. Electric Light (Brendon Moeller dub mix)
  3. Rigor Music
  4. Rigor Music (Roman Flugel remix)
Review: New York institution Throne of Blood can serve up a wide variety of club music, and on this occasion they've turned to Eamon Harkin to deliver two distinct old skool flavoured jams. "Electric Light" throbs with thick slabs of electro synths manhandled into an almost Italo-disco context. Brendon Moeller is on hand to serve up a reworking that sees him bowl the fist-pumping original into a glutinous vat of reverb. "Rigor Music" sees Harkin strip things back with a mean acid cut that ticks all the right boxes, leaving it Roman Flugel to finish proceedings off with a brilliant mutant acid offering like only he knows how.
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Word Of The Wise
Cat: TOB 007. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Word Of The Wise
  2. Word Of The Wise (Populette remix)
  3. Casual Occupation
  4. Casual Occupation (Master Khan recharge)
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Nesta Nip EP
Cat: TOB 026. Rel: 27 Jul 12
Deep House
  1. Nesta
  2. Nesta (In Fields remix)
  3. Ponciau
  4. Circle
Review: Having gradually built his profile via a string of must-heavy deep house releases, Luv Jam joins forces with the mighty Throne Of Blood imprint for his most sophisticated and well-produced EP to date. Lead cut "Nesta" sets the tone, coolly shuffling between atmospheric deepness and the sort of cute, melody-driven niceness that sends shivers of excitement down the spine. The In Fields remix of the same track is, if anything, even better (not least for its warm and organic vibe). "Ponciau" sounds like it was recorded in the depths of space, all tumbling alien melodies and woozy synths, while closer "Circle" is rough enough round the edges to excite the analogue house crowd. Very impressive stuff, all told.

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Played by: Chamboche, VIN SOL
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Trans EP
Trans EP (12")
Cat: TOB 049. Rel: 17 Apr 15
Deep House
  1. Trans (8:22)
  2. Trans (Discodromo remix) (7:04)
  3. Blue Suite (6:36)
  4. Blue Suite (Willie Burns Nobody But Myself remix) (5:05)
Review: The only concrete thing we know about the Man Power outfit is that it releases some pretty heavy s***, the kind of s*** we love to get down to here at the Juno emporium. The Throne Of Blood label returns with yet more of its oddities and downright outsider flavours with "Trans", a gorgeous house tune which uses its synths to propel you off the dancefloor and into deep space; the nugget is rewired by Discodromo into more of a disco piece of the italo variety. On the flip, "Blue Suite" verges on the electro territories thanks to its rolling and twisted low-end, but thankfully we have the wonderfully gifted Willie Burns (LIES, The Trilogy Tapes) to restore the calmness and take you on a different sort of excursion.
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Ghoulish EP
Cat: TOB 028. Rel: 26 Oct 12
Deep House
  1. Ghoulish
  2. Ghoulish (Sasse remix)
  3. Unmanned
  4. Unmanned (Darabi remix)
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The Congregation Of Discalced Clerks
Cat: THRONEOFBLOOD 006. Rel: 11 Jun 10
Minimal/Tech House
  1. The Congregation Of Discalced Clerks
  2. Concrete Skankin
Review: When a DJ of Ivan Smagghe's stature leaves a 150 word reaction waxing lyrical about a record, you know it’s gonna be something a little bit special. Mugwump's The Congregation Of Discalced Clerks is that record and it's a thumping release for NYC imprint Throne Of Blood, rapidly becoming contenders for label of the year. This is the first release from the Belgian duo this year after having hit paydirt of late with key releases, future classics and cool remixes for the likes of Misericord, Disco 45, International Feel and Permanent Vacation. "Concrete Skankin" is a re imagination of the Nitzer Ebb classic "Join In The Chant" that pulses with energy, all throbbing bass and oodles of acid squiggles. Flip over for "The Congregation," a neat mid tempo bumper which is reminiscent of the "Theme For Great Cities" by Simple Minds. This EP is a great taste of what to expect from Mugwump's forthcoming long player on Kompakt.

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Cat: TOB 045. Rel: 05 Sep 14
Deep House
  1. Freaks
  2. Freaks (Hardway Bros remix)
  3. Yeah
  4. Yeah (Brioski remix)
  5. Freaks (Ivan Smagge version)
Review: Despite his many years in the music business, Richard Norris hasn't released many records under his own name, choosing instead to work under a dizzying array of pseudonyms. Here he's just plain old Richard Norris, delivering a chugging, late night techno jam with audible nods to early British rave and foreboding, Meat Beat Manifesto-ish industrial grooves. The latter influence is more obvious on bonus cut "Freaks", though it's the title track that hits home hardest. As ever with Throne of Blood, the remix package is solid, with the Hardway Brothers dropping a spiraling late night interpretation of "Freaks" and Ivan Smagghe turning the same track into a wild psychedelic freak-out (sorry).
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Delicious (12")
Cat: TOB 027. Rel: 13 Sep 12
  1. Delicious
  2. He Was Looking For K
  3. Black Saw
  4. Black Saw (bonus beats)
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Heavy Heady
Cat: TOB 18. Rel: 04 Nov 11
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Heavy Heady
  2. Heavy Heady (Tuff City Kids remix)
  3. Knits
  4. Knits (Nick Chacona remix)
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Achilles (12")
Cat: TOB 041. Rel: 21 Mar 14
Deep House
  1. Achilles
  2. Achilles (Iron Galaxy remix)
  3. Name It Later
  4. Trap Door
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Braindance EP
Cat: TOB 032. Rel: 01 Mar 13
  1. John I'm Only Braindancing
  2. John I'm Only Braindancing (Jokers Of The Scene remix)
  3. Brown Acid
  4. Brown Acid (Jacques Renault & Das Moth remix)
Review: Philadelphia collective Pink Skull add Throne Of Blood to their ever blossoming discography with the excellent Braindance EP. It's hard to know what to expect from Pink Skull, with the expansive unit based around core members Justin Geller and Julien Grefe equally adept at creating long form psychedelic experiments (see their Clean Plate LP) as the post punk and Kraut rock referencing mutant disco and electronics of their RVNG INTL output. As the title would suggest, Braindance has Pink Skull looking to the mid 90s micro genre pioneered by Squarepusher and Rephlex for inspiration, manifesting itself most overtly in the amusingly titled standout "John, I'm Only Braindancing". Jokers Of The Scene and Jacques Renault & Das Moth provide the requisite remixes for another Throne Of Blood release of the highest quality.
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Waves Of Titan EP
Cat: TOB 046. Rel: 27 Sep 14
Deep House
  1. Waves Of Titan
  2. Waves Of Titan (Pittsburgh Track Authority remix)
  3. DC To Daylight
  4. DC To Daylight (Druzzi remix)
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Animals (12")
Cat: TOB 039. Rel: 21 Jan 14
Deep House
  1. Animals (feat Kim Ann Foxman)
  2. 6AMATM
  3. Black Shades For White Nights
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Populace (12'')
Cat: TOB 009. Rel: 29 Oct 10
  1. Populace
  2. Populus
  3. Populace (Gavin Russom remix)
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Mommy (12")
Cat: TOB 004. Rel: 19 Mar 10
  1. Mommy (original mix)
  2. Mommy (Harkin & Raney remix)
  3. Daddy (original mix)
  4. Mommy (TBD remix)
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Lasers Are Forever
Cat: TOB 19. Rel: 08 Dec 11
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Lasers Are Forever (original mix)
  2. Hello Darkness (Clement Meyer Deformhaus remix)
  3. Hello Darkness (original mix)
  4. Lasers Are Forever (Remain & Mlle Caro remix)
Played by: Leri Ahel
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Whoo! Alright - Yeah... Uh Huh (People Don't Dance No More)
  1. Whoo! Alright - Yeah... Uh Huh (People Don't Dance No More) (Simian Mobile Disco Hip House remix)
  2. Whoo! Alright - Yeah... Uh Huh (People Don't Dance No More) (original version)
  3. Whoo! Alright - Yeah... Uh Huh (People Don't Dance No More) (Claude Von Stroke's Pantrydropper remix)
Review: The inaugural release, "Whoo! Alright - Yeah", from punk disco heroes The Rapture, on the brand new label Throne OF Blood. This critically acclaimed release is a huge sureshot for adventurous DJ's across the globe! The b-side is a real stormer, don't front!
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The Sound
The Sound (12")
Cat: TOB 004. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Electro House
  1. The Sound (Ben Trucker's Back To '95 mix)
  2. The Sound (Max Horrorshow mix)
  3. The Sound
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Heat (12")
Cat: TOB 17. Rel: 06 Oct 11
  1. Heat
  2. Heat (Filipsson & Ulysses Hot Jam remix)
  3. Rogue
  4. Rogue (Populette remix)
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Fever Dream
Cat: TOB 16. Rel: 12 Aug 11
  1. Fever Dream
  2. Bad At Love
  3. Sueno Fiebre (De Los Cosmic Kids remix)
Review: Saarid is a relatively unknown name with his debut Future Lately on Nervous Records only recently out, and not much other information on him out there (that we can find anyway!). Quick to follow up his first steps however he now releases the Fever Dream EP on New York label Throne Of Blood. Title track "Fever Dream" is dark and moody, dipping in and out of heart wrenching simplicity and chaotic electronica in its peak. Catapulting us back and forth, it's a confusing yet captivating journey that is mirrored on B-Side "Bad At Love". Playing a similar game with its contrasting elements, this time delicate piano keys square up to a head strong arp'd synth, bringing an air of relief to the otherwise spooky darkness.
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Shake The Snow
Cat: TOB 003. Rel: 02 Nov 09
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Shake The Snow (extended mix)
  2. Shake The Snow (Filippo Moscatello Houz mix)
  3. Shake The Snow (extended Reuptake dub)
  4. Shake The Snow (The Beat Broker's Melting dub)
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The Joint EP
Cat: TOB 036. Rel: 12 Jul 13
  1. The Joint
  2. The Joint (Red Axes remix)
  3. Funkin Power
  4. Funkin Power (Maxime remix)
Review: LA electro-funk duo Split Secs let loose with two new original compositions. As with their previous works, there's a gossamer shine and breezy feel to both cuts. "The Joint" is reminiscent of In Flagranti or The Revenge with more emphasis on the shiny top-end while "Funkin Power" has more of a powerful jack factor with plenty of acid. For added darkness check out Maxime's bulbous remix of "Funkin Power".
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Be Africa (remixes)
Cat: TOB 008. Rel: 18 Nov 10
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Be Africa (Populette remix)
  2. Be Africa (Tim Goldsworthy remix)
Played by: DEMI, Cosmo
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Submission (12")
Cat: TOB 058. Rel: 22 Nov 19
Minimal/Tech House
  1. Submission (feat The Golden Filter) (7:59)
  2. Submission (Moscoman remix) (6:11)
  3. Elevated (7:34)
  4. Trading Places (10:13)
out of stock $11.97
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