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History Of Dates
History Of Dates (12" 再プレス)
Cat: PERLON 94. Rel: 29 Nov 21
  1. History Of Dates
  2. Lockdown Party
  3. Lockdown Party (Sprinkles Crossfaderama)
Review: Canadian producer The Mole, or Colin de la Plante to friends, has been in fine production fettle so far this year, gracing labels as varied as Red Motorbike, Slices Of Life and his own Maybe Tomorrow operation with his distinct brand of tongue in cheek mutant house. History Of Dates marks the long overdue Perlon debut for The Mole and it's celebrated in style as Zip's venerated label call in DJ Sprinkles on remix duties! The title track and "Lockdown Party" line up on the A Side with the latter track a particularly cheeky production, as playground chants sit deep beneath an insouciant house groove. It's this track that Sprinkles remixes, implementing some subtle production additions such as handclaps and playful filtration on the vocal samples which lend the track a different energy as Thaemlitz deftly builds up a killer contemporary disco groove.
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Ufff
Ufff (12")
Cat: TR 024. Rel: 18 Nov 13
  1. Uff (Melchior Productions Limited edit)
  2. Uffapella
  3. So They Say
  4. Uff (original)
Review: Baby Ford and Zip need little introduction and debut on Trelik as "BFZ" featuring co-conspiritor Thomas Melchior. The trio originally appeared on the 1999 "Perlondon" 12" for Perlon with Ford and Zip re-uniting for the "Glidin' Along The Riverbed" release then 2010's "Clean Hands" on PAL SL. Thomas Melchior recently appearing on [a:rpia:r] and his own Aspect Music kicks off the 12" with a floor friendly up-beat 9 minute "Melchior Productions LTD" edit remix of "Uff". An "Uffapella" closes the A-side featuring abstract sound design and textured vocals. Side-B's "So They Say" creates a feeling of space and unhurried rhythmatics whilst the title track "Uff" combines deep instrumentals, chord and haunting vox with subtle bass and modulating kick. Recorded in London and Berlin. Mastered at D & M.
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Bigger Than Prince
Cat: CIRCUS 028T. Rel: 29 Aug 13
  1. Bigger Than Prince (original)
  2. Bigger Than Prince (The Martinez Brothers remix)
  3. Bigger Than Prince (Hot Since 82 remix)
Review: ** Camera's ready. Prepare for the Repress ** Curtis Jones is never one to rest on his laurels, as his staggering back catalogues as Green Velvet and Cajmere can attest but such is the force of his personality that a new release still feels like an event. "Bigger Than Prince" capitalises on Jones' knack for a vocal that lambasts the less earnest quirks of the dance music industry, while creating the hook to make the track a bomb in the same instance. Production-wise, there's a measured strut to the track with some choice growling bass synths and an underlying disco flavour that suits Jones just fine. On the remix front, Circus turn to The Martinez Brothers to hammer out a rolling, percussion focused version perfect for big room mixing, while Hot Since 82 turn out a similar line in boompty peak time damage.
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 in stock $11.07
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ENDZ 040
ENDZ 040 (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: ENDZ 040. Rel: 27 Oct 20
  1. Whisper (7:09)
  2. Freak (7:08)
  3. Faze (7:08)
Review: He might not be able to play his trademark brand of swinging, UK-centric tech-house tunes to the public in clubs right now, but East End Dubz continues to serve up singles packed full of dancefloor-ready treats. His latest missive is predictably strong, particularly A-side 'Whisper'. An impressively atmospheric affair, the cut features lo-fi sounding electronic melodies rising above a chunky, hypnotizing bassline and his usual crispy, snare-heavy tech-house drums. The fun continues on the flip where 'Freak', a squelchy, acid-flecked mid-set bumper built around a limited number of teased and tweaked elements, is joined by 'Faze', which sounds like the sort of thing Sheffield sorts Swag released in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
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Chicken Store
Cat: PERLON 38. Rel: 04 Oct 21
  1. Chicken Store (5:03)
  2. Chickappella (3:05)
  3. Stay On (AM edit) (5:08)
  4. Six Of One (v04) (5:24)
Review: Minimal Man, the project of Eon (Ian Loveday) and Baby Ford, are opening the 'Chicken Store' for us.
They simply leave out the rice of Kalabrese's 'Perlon37' release, to chop the chicky in a minimal manner.
Atmospheric, dark and driving; an abstract version of early techno, giving an insight into a future that
never happened like this. It's all about the chicken... of course.
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Bronson
Bronson (gatefold clear vinyl LP)
Cat: ZEN 266CL. Rel: 07 Aug 20
  1. Foundation (3:06)
  2. Heart Attack (feat Lau Ra) (3:31)
  3. Bline (4:19)
  4. Know Me (Fet Gallant) (3:04)
  5. Vaults (4:08)
  6. Tense (3:21)
  7. Call Out (2:57)
  8. Contact (3:26)
  9. Blackout (4:05)
  10. Dawn (feat Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs) (7:17)
Review: While there are plenty of people rushing to terms like 'tech house' when it comes to Bronson, we're partial to find more fitting descriptions. The ODESZA and Golden Features' producer might be able to deliver something like 'Heart Attack', combining meaty kick drums, lunging low end groove and mournful duet of pitched down and au natural vocals the likes of which we're all familiar with. But there's a lot more than that happening on this debut album. 'Tense' would be a crunching broken techno warehouse job, if it were a little faster, nevertheless its uncompromising beats and gradually building hoovers bring intensity with ease. 'Know Me' takes us somewhere close to future garage, with 'Vaults' picking up from that lead but adding a progressive edge to create a very different, grander atmosphere. A vibe that 'Dawn' masterfully recreates to stadium filling proportions to bring the journey to its conclusion.
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Everything
Cat: KOMPAKT 434. Rel: 20 Jul 21
  1. Everything (feat Play Paul) (5:29)
  2. Everything (instrumental) (5:28)
  3. Pulsions Organiques (5:13)
Review: 'Everything', Captain Mustache's Play Paul-sporting Kompakt label debut, may well be the sometime Bordello a Parigi and My Favourite Robot Records contributor's strongest single to date. Combining punchy electro beats, throbbing space disco synth sounds (think Lindstrom's 'I Feel Space'), picturesque lead lines and wavy female vocals, the track wears its vintage influences proudly whilst still offering something fresh, different and thrillingly addictive. The same could be said of bonus cut 'Pulsions Organique', a veritable squelch-along which pits melancholic, mid-'80s synth pop chords and memorable, Pet Shop Boys style melodies against Bobby Orlando-esque sequenced bass and hybrid freestyle/electro beats. Like the title track, it's genuinely ace.
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Mystery Falls
Mystery Falls (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: TR 026. Rel: 17 Nov 14
  1. Mystery Falls
  2. Spooked
Review: In classic Baby Ford style the A-side opens with "Mystery Falls" a deep melodic housey workout with shuffling percussion and sublime top line strings.
Meanwhile on the B-side, shaker hustlin' "Spooked" conjures up a more stripped down moody grooving chordal affair.
Both tracks cut at 45rpm for maximum quality and effect on the floor.
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Suddenly Remixes EP
Cat: SLANG 50301. Rel: 05 Mar 21
  1. Ravi (Shanti Celeste remix) (5:15)
  2. Sunny's Time (Kareem Ali remix) (6:03)
  3. Sunny's Time (Logic1000 remix) (3:57)
  4. Like I Loved You (India Jordan remix) (5:36)
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Music Over Matter
Music Over Matter (3xLP + CD)
Cat: MMLP040. Rel: 18 Oct 13
  1. Thinking (feat Ripperton & Cooly G)
  2. Crave (feat Hercules & Love Affair)
  3. Love Song (feat Seth Troxler)
  4. Sing (album Version)
  5. Insatiable (feat Delv!s)
  6. Rhythm (feat Ben Westbeech)
  7. Come Away Further
  8. Bright City Lights (feat Fritz Kalkbrenner)
  9. Count On Me
  10. Strange Things (feat Simbad & Justin Chapman)
  11. Rescue (feat George Maple)
  12. Can't Love You More
  13. Thinking (feat Ripperton & Cooly G)
  14. Crave (feat Hercules & Love Affair)
  15. Love Song (feat Seth Troxler)
  16. Sing (album Version)
  17. Insatiable (feat Delv!s)
  18. Rhythm (feat Ben Westbeech)
  19. Come Away Further
  20. Bright City Lights (feat Fritz Kalkbrenner)
  21. Count On Me
  22. Strange Things (feat Simbad & Justin Chapman)
  23. Rescue (feat George Maple)
  24. Can't Love You More
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LESS EP (feat Maher Daniel remix)
Cat: BMVMT 004. Rel: 11 Oct 21
  1. Look Around (6:39)
  2. Eternals (6:16)
  3. Sun Raves (6:30)
  4. Sun Raves (Maher Daniel remix) (7:52)
Review: North Phase is an emergent collaborative project from James Burnham and Robert James, both already well-established in the minimal tech house scene under their own steam. In joining forces they're turning their focus towards breakbeat, having already appeared on Pilot opposite Kolter. This time around, they're going it alone with three original bombs of rolling breaks honed into a sharp, DJ-friendly unit. 'Look Around' is the big, chunky workout in contrast to the crafty, organ-licked touch of 'Eternals'. 'Sun Raves' meanwhile takes things into deep, evocative territory and comes off as the strongest track on the record in the process. So much so, Maher Daniel stepped up to remix it and turned it into a sparkling electro-breaks turn for sweet and spiritual sesh heads.
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 in stock $11.07
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The Electric III EP
  1. Black Freddie's Moustache
  2. Electric III
  3. Bank 16
Review: Roots For Bloom hits its tenth release and welcomes Carlos Sanchez & Alex Kaddour to the label. This EP is made for the floor, its no nonsense, groove based house music at its best. Tough basslines drive the A side Black Freddie's Moustache and echoey vocals stab through. On the flip the basslines remain at the forefront of your attention, but this time layered alongside more mysterious synth lines and twisted vocals. With previous releases on the likes of 8Bit and Poker Flat its easy to see why these guys will fit right in at the Roots For Bloom camp.
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Forever Love (remastered)
  1. Soul Capsule Productions - "Forever Love" (8:07)
  2. Soul Capsule Productions - "Forever Love" (F Macmillan mix) (5:38)
  3. Dark Boys - "Pluto Rising" (6:27)
  4. Softcore - "Love 2 B Right" (4:41)
Review: This is a real treat for fans of original minimal house sounds: a remastered and recut repress of the still hugely in demand first EP from Aspect Music. Opening up are the one and only Soul Capsule with 'Forever Love', a restlessly, tightly looped track that has pent up energy that really gets under your bones. The F Macmillan mix is more cut up still, with puddles of melody, late night freakiness and dry beats all taking you for a trip. Dark Boys then get more direct with the pinging kicks of 'Pluto Rising' and Softcore closes out with a classically colourful melodic house workout.
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Played by: M50
 in stock $13.01
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Immunity
Immunity (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: WIGLP 298. Rel: 31 May 13
  1. We Disappear
  2. Open Eye Signal
  3. Breathe This Air
  4. Collider
  5. Abandon Window
  6. Form By Firelight
  7. Sun Harmonics
  8. Immunity
Review: We never quite know what to expect from leftfield explorer Jon Hopkins, but we know it will be worth a listen. Immunity, his fourth solo album (he's recorded two others, one with Brian Eno and another with King Creosote), doesn't disappoint. Rooted in shuffling, forthright and occasionally off-kilter rhythms, it melds hazy, late night atmospherics and subtle melodies with intense, droning chords, woozy electronics and all manner of inventive noises. It's a blend that repeatedly pays dividends, from the mournful pianos and jumpy rhythms of "Breathe This Air', to the crystalline, soundscape ambience of "Abandon Window", and glitchy wonkiness of "Form By Firelight".
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Don't Be Shy
Cat: KOMPAKT 265. Rel: 26 Oct 12
  1. Don't Be Shy
  2. Sustain
Review: Doing his best to maintain top spot in the hardest working Belgian stakes, Olivier Gregoire dons his Kolombo attire for this rather classy turnout on Kompakt. No stranger to the Cologne operation with numerous appearances as Mugwump alongside studio buddy Geoffrey, Don't Be Shy is Kolombo's solo debut on the label proper following last year's contribution to Kompakt Pop. The title track alone is worthy of investigation, a wonderfully insouciant production whose glowering warmth only gets stronger with repeat listen. On the flip "Sustain" is suitably titled, as Kolombo looks to ensure the suave melodic builds never peter out atop the tough kick drum groove.
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Played by: Giom, Terry Childs
 in stock $7.21
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Mantasy Remixe 2
Cat: KOMPAKT 272. Rel: 03 May 13
  1. Good Times (Agoria Sunlune mix)
  2. Baumhaus (Robag Paavo & Veita rehand)
  3. Mantasy (Will Saul & October mix)
Review: Drawing on his recent Mantasy album for a second round of remixes, Michael Mayer gets the revisionist treatment from an eclectic spread of artists. Agoria gets positively effervescent on "Good Times", floating on trippy, sun kissed washes of melody while heavily processing the vocal into a celebration of extreme pitching. Robag Paavo and Velta get far deeper on their version of "Baumhaus", working around a minimal rhythmic construction made up of intricate percussion that gently feeds emotive keys and strings into the mix. Will Saul and October are in an equally slow-burning mood as they let "Mantasy" simmer under a mesmerising combination of searching melody and analogue drum rumble.
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Painkiller EP
Cat: KOMPAKT 262. Rel: 10 May 13
  1. You (feat Bon Homme)
  2. Painkiller (feat Bon Homme)
  3. Endless Summer (feat Bon Homme)
  4. Wunderbar (feat Jennifer Cardini)
Review: After linking up with Kompakt for their last LP Hotel Amour, long-serving crossover outfit Terranova is back with a new EP that delves into the kind of tech house that sits comfortably on their current label. "You" is a restrained jam that takes its time filtering in chunky chord stabs over a steadily chugging beat, while the title track displays far more of the band's songwriting heritage with a direct vocal featuring Bon Homme singing and a well-defined, piano-led house ballad that doesn't skimp on soul. "Endless Summer" is back to a darker kind of production, while Bon Homme's vocals sit stark on top of the mix, and Jennifer Cardini rocks up for "Wunderbar" for a deadpan appearance amidst a more surreal palette of sounds.
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 in stock $14.40
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20 Jahre Kompakt: Kollektion 2
Cat: KOMPAKTCD 109. Rel: 14 Aug 13
  1. Closer Musi - "Maria"
  2. Terranova - "Question Mark" (feat Tomas Hoffding)
  3. Shumi - "The Wind & The Sea"
  4. Schaeben & Voss - "Ach Komm"
  5. Aril Brikha - "Berghain"
  6. The Modernist - "The Days Of Pearly Spencer"
  7. Saschienne - "Grand Cru"
  8. Mikkel Metal - "Dorant"
  9. Walls - "Sunporch"
  10. Lawrence - "Teaser"
  11. Whomadewho - "Beyond The Cherry Moon"
  12. Coma - "Playground Altona"
  13. Jurgen Paape - "So Weit Wie Noch Nie"
  14. Ferenc - "Yes Sir We Can Hardcore" (M Mayer mix)
  15. Jurgen Paape - "Take That"
  16. Steadycam - "Knock-Kneed"
  17. Reinhard Voigt - "Robson Ponte"
  18. Burger/Voigt - "Bring Trance Back To Reality"
  19. Peter Grummich - "Frozen World"
  20. Superpitcher - "Irre"
  21. Kolsch - "Loreley"
  22. Michael Mayer - "Pride Is Weaker Than Love"
  23. Perc & Fractal - "Up"
  24. Oxia - "Domino"
Review: Considering that they've put out nearly 500 releases in the last two decades, one 20-year Kompilation was never going to be enough for Kompakt. This second, two-disc trawl is perhaps better balanced than the first, including more of the label's eccentric electronic output - and, notably, more of their "techno-pop" and "ambient pop" - than the more dancefloor-centric first volume. Whether you're a seasoned label-watcher or not, there's much to enjoy, from the droning, kraut-influenced soundscapes of Walls and cosmic indie-pop of Whomadewho, to the glistening electronica of Coma and the chugging Italo-influenced electrofunk of Steadycam's "Knock-Kneed". As celebrations go, it's pretty special.
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Justus Kohncke & The Wonderful Frequency Band
  1. Flitter Und Tand
  2. Tell Me
  3. Das Selbstgesprach
  4. A New Direction
  5. Wonderful Frequency Band
  6. Idee, Prozess, Ergebnis
  7. Loop
  8. Nucleus Accumbens
  9. Unaufmerksamkeitsblindheit
  10. Now That I Found You
  11. Flitter Und Tand
  12. Tell Me
  13. Das Selbstgesprach
  14. A New Direction
  15. Wonderful Frequency Band
  16. Idee, Prozess, Ergebnis
  17. Loop
  18. Nucleus Accumbens
  19. Unaufmerksamkeitsblindheit
  20. Now That I Found You
Review: Five years after releasing his second album, the superb Sight & Sound, Kompakt stalwart Justus Kohncke finally delivers his third. Misleading title aside (it's for all intents and purposes a solo set), there's little to criticize. Kohncke is a past master at blurring the lines between warm, analogue synth-pop, melodic deep house and tactile techno, and here delivers more entertaining, musically rich explorations. He's at his best when aping the Harold Faltermeyer-produced warmth of Behaviour-era Pet Shop Boys, given his own subdued dancefloor twist (see "Idee Prozess Ergenebis", 'Tell Me" and "Flitter Und Tand"), though it's the album's roughest cut - the spiralling acid and tumbling electronics of "Nucleus Accumbens" - that makes the greatest impression.
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 in stock $17.18
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Mexico
Mexico (180 gram vinyl LP + MP3 download code)
Cat: KOMPAKT 301LP. Rel: 03 Feb 21
  1. Obnoxiously Sexual (5:08)
  2. Another Life (5:32)
  3. Sustain (5:22)
  4. Crossfade (5:32)
  5. Airwaves (3:19)
  6. God Application (5:55)
  7. Not The First Time (6:27)
  8. Mexico (5:52)
  9. This Is What You Get When You Mess With Love (6:36)
 in stock $23.82
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Legende
Legende (12")
Cat: KOMPAKT 309. Rel: 02 Oct 14
  1. Run Away From The Sun
  2. Lola In The City
  3. Legende
  4. Walty
Review: Matias Aguayo returns to the warm bosom of Cologne's Kompakt label - the imprint on which he first made his name - for his first outing of 2014. The typically atmospheric Legende is not a great departure musically - his usual skewed pop, minimal techno, subtle new wave guitars, fuzzy electronica and woozy ambient influences are all present and correct - but it is decidedly impressive (thanks, in no small part, to his mastery of mood and melody). The title track impresses with its' fluttering, glitchy approach, while "Run Away From The Sun" recalls his early material on Kompakt Pop. Best of all, though, is "Lola in the City", a decidedly off-kilter fusion of traditional Chilean instrumentation, spacey bleep melodies and a scratchy, loose-sounding groove.
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 in stock $10.53
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Signs Under Test
Cat: KOMPAKTCD 119. Rel: 28 Jan 15
  1. Two 0 One
  2. Y 0 Why
  3. Beacht
  4. RUR
  5. Vaalbara
  6. Cryptochrome
  7. Rubric
  8. Penumbra
  9. Endorphins
  10. Meadow
  11. Heave In Sight
Review: Signs Under Test is the 12th album released by John Tejada since his emergence in the late '90s, putting aside the various other projects he's been involved with, this alone is the kind of fact you have to applaud. Arriving some 2 and a bit years on from The Predicting Machine, this new album naturally surfaces via Kompakt and it's 11 tracks suggest Tejada's creative powers remain undimmed despite his vintage. Apparently built from the ground up using hardware synths, Signs Under Test succeeds as Tejada doesn't feel the need to cater to any particular musical trend, instead relying on his tools and his talent to deliver a rich and rewarding listen.
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 in stock $13.27
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Easy As Down Vol 1
Cat: KOM 184. Rel: 31 Oct 08
  1. The Rime
  2. Vesna, Lastic & Elliott
  3. Nothing Will Change It
 in stock $8.59
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DJ Kicks
BREACH/VARIOUS
DJ Kicks (gatefold 2xLP + CD)
Cat: K7 314LP. Rel: 19 Nov 13
  1. Wire People - "Triangle Vision"
  2. Beesmunt Soundsystem - "All Day"
  3. Pedestrian - "Hoyle Road"
  4. Coni - "My Secret Diving"
  5. Dopplereffekt - "Z Boson"
  6. Iron Galaxy - "Attentio Seeker"
  7. Detroit Swindle - "The Break Up"
  8. Redhino - "Searching"
  9. Winx - "How's The Music"
  10. Sabre - "Nightdrive"
  11. Innercity - "Prince OF The Immortal Woods"
  12. Wire People - "Triangle Vision" (original mix)
  13. Beesmunt - "All Day"
  14. Fred P - "It Is What It Is"
  15. Pedestrian - "Hoyle Road"
  16. Coni - "My Secret Diving"
  17. Breach - "Beroving (DJ Kicks)"
  18. Cassio Kohl - "Broken"
  19. Close - "My Way" (feat Joe Duke - Dusky remix)
  20. Iron Galaxy - "Attention Seeker"
  21. Detroit Swindle - "The Break Up"
  22. Dopplereffekt - "Z Boson"
  23. Redinho - "Searching"
  24. Winx - "How's The Music"
  25. Sabre - "Nightdrive To Bolland"
Review: Having found a renewed vigour with his Breach alias, Ben Westbeech has been ripping it up with his run of singles over the past few years, and now !K7 have snapped him up for the latest installment in the still-trucking DJ Kicks series that shows just how deeply rooted in house music the long-serving producer is. With the double-pack vinyl edition packing in full versions of many of the standout tracks from the mix, you can get treated to the anthemic vocal tones of Pedestrian, the heartfelt garage tones of Cassio Kohl, the fist shaking grooves of Detroit Swindle and in something of a curveball move, the ethereal electro of Dopplereffekt. For the most part it's direct and soulful house music as you would expect from a man of Ben's pedigree.
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 in stock $22.44
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DJ Kicks
John TALABOT/VARIOUS
DJ Kicks (2xLP + mixed CD)
Cat: K7 312LP. Rel: 31 Oct 13
  1. Maps - "I Heard Them Say" (Andy Stott remix)
  2. Tempel Rytmik - "Anagrama"
  3. Axel Boman - "Klinsmann"
  4. Alex Burkat - "Shower Scene"
  5. Motor City Drum Ensemble - "Escape To Nowhere"
  6. Paradise's Deep Groove - "Innermind"
  7. Unknown - "#001"
  8. Max Mohr - "Old Song"
  9. Mara TK - "Run" (Moodymann remix)
  10. Samo DJ - "Tai Po Kau"
  11. Maps - "I Heard Them Say" (Andy Stott remix)
  12. Tempel Rytmik - "Anagrama"
  13. Axel Boman - "Klinsmann"
  14. Alex Burkat - "Shower Scene"
  15. Motor City Drum Ensemble - "Escape To Nowhere"
  16. Paradise's Deep Groove - "Innermind"
  17. Unknown - "#001"
  18. Max Mohr - "Old Song"
  19. Mara TK - "Run"
  20. Samo DJ - "Tai Po Kau"
Review: John Talabot joins the likes of Scuba, James Holden and Motor City Drum Ensemble to contribute to the long running DJ-Kicks mix series that's deftly proved there's still mileage in the commercially released Mix CD despite this podcast heavy age we live. The usual double LP edition culls ten cuts from the weighty 27 track mix which the Hivern Disc lad has described as "not an easy mix. It's quite strange". If you've seen Talabot DJ you know the Barcelona based artist digs deep and that's represented well on these ten cuts, with Andy Stott's lurching take on Maps and the similarly minded Tempel Rytmik ( the new project from Talabot and Alexander 'Genius of Time' Berg) contrasting nicely with the more effervescent house from Axel Boman, MCDE and Paradise's Deep Groove. Kudos too for the inclusion of Samo DJ's "Tai Po Kau"!
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Played by: Shiftee, Nowicki
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Without You
Cat: K7 312EP1. Rel: 23 Mar 15
  1. Without You (original mix) (5:08)
  2. Without You (Melchoir Productions Ltd Sueno Sin Ti remix) (9:36)
  3. Without You (Osksar Offerman Without Her remix) (6:28)
  4. Without You (Mistakes Are Ok Midnight version) (6:50)
Review: The DJ Kicks 12" series was always an integral part of !K7's long running and much loved mix series, offering the vinyl selectors out there a chance to do some damage with the original production contribution from each artist enlisted. For whatever reason it's been dormant for a few years but gets rebooted here much to the joy of John Talabot completists everywhere, with the Spaniard's superb "Without You" given a much needed vinyl pressing! A highlight of the Hivern man's 2012 DJ Kicks mix, the soft embrace of the original is complemented by a triplet of remixes that veer of in different directions. Perlon veteran Thomas Melchior dons his Melchior Productions Ltd guise for a self styled Sueno Sin Ti remix that is the epitome of stripped back deepness, whilst Oskar Offerman flushes the production with some blue eyed soul on his fine effort. Mystery Hivern production unit Mistakes Are OK hint at future promise with a wonderfully relaxed closing remix that will get the Balearically-minded DJs excited.
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 in stock $9.96
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Hot Raw Sex
Cat: K7 265EP. Rel: 08 Jul 10
  1. Hot, Raw, Sex (original)
  2. Hot, Raw, Sex (ex-tension)
  3. Hot, Raw, Sex (Kris Wadsworth remix)
  4. Hot, Raw, Sex (Machinedrum remix)
 in stock $8.03
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Loops From The Bergerie
Cat: K7 166CD. Rel: 10 Sep 04
  1. Keep It Coming
  2. Another Way
  3. Bergerie
  4. My House
  5. Jeune Loup
  6. Snowblind
  7. Then There's Her
  8. 8080
  9. Speak Easy
  10. The Long Night
 in stock $11.63
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100 Lbs
100 Lbs (2xCD)
Cat: 38702092. Rel: 27 Oct 06
  1. Rude
  2. Desire
  3. Thinking Of You
  4. Oo Licky
  5. Friday They Dance
  6. Pen
  7. 100 Lbs
  8. Take Me Back
  9. Deeper
  10. Resident
  11. See You On Monday
  12. Back To The Start
  13. Back Back Back Back
  14. Mistakes (Housey Housey version)
  15. The Puzzle
  16. No More Borders
  17. Fishcoteque
  18. Housewife
  19. I Hadn't Known (I Only Heard)
  20. Our Love (Has Got Me Movin')
  21. I'll Do It
  22. Trafalgar Road
  23. Come On And Find Me
Review: Here is the re-release of Matthew Herbert's first album "100 lbs", which was released originally in 1996 on the label Phono. Almost a classic by now, it is purely instrumental (so before the time he started to work with Dani Siciliano) and still sounds as fresh as a brand new release. As the album was originally released exactly 10 years ago, we're making this a kind of anniversary edition by releasing it as a 2xCD. The second CD will feature rare tracks & B-sides, most of those from the years 1995/1996.
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The Illusion Of Control
Cat: DC 124. Rel: 30 Jan 14
  1. Slip
  2. Silk Road
 in stock $11.63
31
Chrome Digits EP
Cat: COR 12106. Rel: 24 Jul 13
  1. Can'7 Wait
  2. Can't Le4ve
 in stock $8.85
32
Simply Devotion: Cassy In The Mix
CASSY/VARIOUS
Cat: CORMIX 026. Rel: 05 Nov 09
  1. Cassy - "Simply" (intro)
  2. Baby Ford - "Make Your Own Sunshine" (Minimal Man mix)
  3. Trus'me - "Good God"
  4. Anton Zap - "Spain"
  5. Jitterbug - "No Pressure"
  6. Kai Alce - "Power Thru" (part 3 - Mush remix)
  7. STL - "Silent State"
  8. Danny Howells - "September" (Future Beat Alliance remix)
  9. Taho - "Energy Fields" (Quince's Dubbed Out Reconstruction)
  10. Cassy - "Magnificent Cat Won't Do"
  11. Kassem Mosse - "Untitled A1"
  12. DJ Qu - "The Zones"
  13. Linkwood - "RIP"
  14. Inland Knights - "Wanna Be Up"
  15. Kez Ym - "Washing My Heart"
  16. Pierre LX - "Gabita"
  17. Ralph Falcon - "Whateva" (feat Alan T & Alex K house mixx)
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Fabric 68
Cat: FABRIC 135. Rel: 13 Feb 13
  1. Lumiere
  2. Chestii Socoteli
  3. In Miriste
  4. La Cuba
  5. Anima
  6. Chosen
  7. Seara-N Crang
  8. FH Dub
  9. Flurimba
  10. Basso Ostinato
  11. Vastu' Da Gama
  12. Dansul Libelulei
  13. Je T'aime Lori
  14. Murgul
  15. Bodiu Radu Dumitru - "Piano Preludes"
Review: Given that he took his DJ/production pseudonym from the name of a 19th century Romanian writer of folk stories, it's no surprise that Petre Insperescu's chosen form of techno is shuffling, atmospheric and classically-minded. Sitting somewhere between Luciano, Ricardo Villalobos and Nicholas Jaar, his sparse but well-rounded productions are simultaneously pleasingly calming and genuinely energetic, full of curious touches (a twinkling, distant piano here, a cut-glass string trio there) and gentle exploration. Gathered together and mixed into a seamless whole, as on this first mix for Fabric, they offer an intriguing journey that should appeal to all those who love their techno subdued and atmospheric.
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Blue
Blue (12")
Cat: HJP 073. Rel: 06 Sep 13
  1. Blue
  2. Blue (dub)
Review: Moritz von Oswald Trio catch up on the amount albums they've released for Honest Jon's by delivering a new and second EP for the label called Blue. It's a return to dub techno in its most purest form, which is, of course, the spacious minimalisms of mid-90s Basic Channel. Welcomingly, "Blue" is dryer than ever with a smooth groove that's peppered with caustic stabs of saw wave, while the B-side's dub version is slowed down to a 2013 synthesised version of something by dub reggae originators The Upsetters. TIP!
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Headache EP
Cat: KOMPAKT 296 . Rel: 26 Mar 14
  1. Headache (with Cath Coffey)
  2. Headlock
  3. Tourette
Played by: Resident Advisor
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Sonne
Sonne (LP)
Cat: ERATP 059LP. Rel: 18 Sep 14
  1. Sonne
  2. 3 Chords
  3. Helios
  4. Haunt
  5. Think Tank
  6. Recovery
Review: Nestled comfortably on his constant home of Erased Tapes, Rival Consoles imparts another collection of plush forays into warm, melodic synthesis for those who like their instrumental electronic music scuffed with a little earthly charm. With the same starry-eyed innocence that bursts out of Nathan Fake's music, tracks like "Helios" leap with great strokes of synth and upsurging drums, carefully running threads of live instrumentation into the fold through some canny processing. The progression of each track is a beautifully crafted story with pleasant surprises aplenty but always reaching a logical resolution, making for a thoroughly rounded and satisfying listening experience without losing that all important bite of intrigue.
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 in stock $15.23
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Bugatti
Bugatti (12")
Cat: TURBO 164. Rel: 01 Dec 14
  1. Bugatti
  2. Bugatti (Perth Drug Legend remix)
  3. Bugatti (Cliff Lothar Solid Pleasure remix)
  4. Bugatti (Rebolledo Blue EB110 Ride remix)
Review: It's a while since Tiga has had a solo outing on his own Turbo imprint, and he makes a very welcome return with this cheeky little number. The vocal alone is worth the price tag, delivering the kind of wry humour that has always embodied the Canadian's work, while the production calls to mind the minimal quirks of Audion's work. On the remix tip, Perth Drug Legend delivers a brawn over brains version, while Cliff Lothar drops a more measured electro bubbler underneath the "Bugatti" hook. Rebolledo finishes the EP off with a "Blue EB110 Ride" version that drops into a stripped down and subtly strange version based around a stiff disco beat.
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Ibiza Kick Off
SIN PLOMO/VARIOUS
Ibiza Kick Off (mixed 2xCD)
Cat: ZYX 82349-2. Rel: 16 Jun 10
  1. Luomo - "Tessio" (Stimming remix)
  2. Mr Jones - "Blah Blah" (Seva K remix)
  3. Ben Klock/Precious System - "In A While/The Voice From Planet Love" (Dixon edit)
  4. Brauns & Wagner - "2 Be Consumed"
  5. Luba City Express - "Diamonds & Pearls" (original mix)
  6. Matthias Tanzmann - "Chano" (original mix)
  7. Sin Plomo - "Nature Groove 2010"
  8. Mastra - "In Rohr"
  9. Karol XVII & MB Valence - "Organized Notes"
  10. Rivera Rotation - "Rush Hush"
  11. Chopstick & Till Von Sein - "Bachkippe" (original mix)
  12. Thomas Sari - "An Insight" (Soul Minority Deep mix)
  13. Ozgur Can - "Apelsiner"
  14. Sin Plomo - "Parfumed" (deep acid mix)
  15. Junior Freak - "New Way"
  16. Francesco Pico & Roell Sapphire - "The Thrill Will Be Later" (Aven Jacobsen & HP Hoeger Beach remix)
  17. Nurhee - "Funda" (Adrian Bahil remix)
  18. Bjorn Wilke - "Shanti"
  19. Sin Plomo - "Rebab" (original mix)
  20. Gorge - "Katchuli"
  21. Nudisco - "Blue" (Tigerskin remix)
  22. Rainer Weichhold - "Infernal" (Juan Sanchez remix)
  23. Supernova - "That's What I Like" (feat Grandmaster Melle Mel)
  24. Sebastian Krieg & Jerome Isma-Ae - "Miura"
  25. Carlos Mendes - "From Oslo To Australia" (original mix)
  26. Sin Plomo & Mario Da Ragnio - "It's You" (Andy Gramm Shhh mix)
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Dickens Tracks Volume 2
Cat: SL 13. Rel: 28 Apr 14
  1. Cross Check
  2. Star Of Hope
  3. The Magic Flute
Review: Following on from his 2010 "Dickens Tracks" EP
for London's PAL SL, OCH drops the eagerly awaited 2nd edition to the
series. As a producer his sound stands out through fusing stripped-back,
jackin' drums with sharp, swinging hats always adding an injection of
analog warmth through sparse, synth arrangements. A1's "Cross Check"
stays true to the labels early roots by using the bare essentials of
house music to create a hypnotic, highly effective floor-mover. On the
flip, "Star Of Hope" is an interlude, set-starter or vinyl DJ tool. B2's
"The Magic Flute" has a relaxed, sunny Chicago feeling teasing with
lush samples, driving bass and rock-solid beats. Mastered at D&M.
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Your Love (incl. Trus'me & Steve O'Sullivan remixes)
Cat: CS 001. Rel: 14 Apr 15
  1. Your Love (feat Beckford)
  2. Your Love (Trus'me Your Love Takes Time remix)
  3. Your Love (Steve O'Sullivan remix)
Review: Active as a record releasing producer for a decade, James 'Burnski' Burnham has credits for a wide variety of labels in his discography, gracing everyone from Boe to Hot Creations. Constant Sound is a new label from the man, set up with Jon Woodall, Burnski's production partner as Constant. Music from Cab Drivers, Kris Wadsworth, A Scott, and Richard Rowell is promised over the coming months but it's a solo record from Burnski that kicks matters off with Your Love. A collaboration with vocalist Beckford, "Your Love" is one of those insistent, driving house cuts with dashes of acid to it and it's complemented by remixes from Prime Numbers man Trus'me and Mosaic boss Steve O'Sullivan who take the cut in markedly different directions. A solid start for Constant Sound!
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Dromes EP
Dromes EP (12")
Cat: RWX 014. Rel: 22 Mar 21
  1. Dromes (12:00)
  2. Electrocity (9:19)
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Dromes EP
Dromes EP (red vinyl 12" limited to 300 copies)
Cat: RWX 014R. Rel: 07 Apr 21
  1. Dromes (12:00)
  2. Electrocity (9:19)
Review: Rawax welcomes Lizz into the label fold here after two releases from Ricardo Villalobos. This time out the Romanian heavyweight makes an impressive debut with a pair of super elongated and adventurous minimal groovers. The first hurries you along on freaky sound spruces, with a mysterious bassline and plenty of unsettling details around each new corner. After that brilliantly far-reaching effort, 'Electrocity' layers broken vocal loops, detuned keys and plenty of kinetic energy into a track that is nimble and full of drama. Both will go down well with the heads at clubs that like their music well left of centre.
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Phase 3
Phase 3 (12")
Cat: FER 301. Rel: 27 Jan 14
  1. Before
  2. Groove 11
Review: This return of Ferox records sees an enthusiastic response from all. The label has forthcoming releases from many original Ferox artists and some new recruits and collaborations along the way. This, the first release in 5 years, sees label head-honcho Russ Gabriel in action under his Too Funk guise. From the first 'Return Of Too Funk EP' to the later 'Hotel Ibis' and Derrick Carter's remix of 'Venus Fly Trap', Russ's Too Funk grooves have been jacking dance floors on both sides of the Atlantic since 1995. This latest offering, 'Phase 3', is a 45 rpm two tracker of House goodness only available on vinyl. No clear favourite has emerged from the two sides, among the selective few that have heard it. Like much of the wealthy Ferox catalogue before it, this is proper House Music with an electric twinge.
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Practice EP
Cat: MULENV 22. Rel: 24 Jul 20
  1. Practice (6:36)
  2. Anima Silvae (7:54)
  3. Take IX (7:11)
Review: Nick Behringer has been quietly and competently been going about his business for a few years, somehow rather more under the radar than he deserves to be. From muscular garage tinged house to stripped back but funk laced techno, he is a master of making functional music that also has plenty of character. Here he goes for warehouse tackle laced with warped synths on opener "Practice" before serving up silky, woozy but heavyweight minimal on "Anima Silvae". "Take IX" finds him casting free into the cosmos, with trippy designs and eerie pads all making it a track as physical as it is cerebral.
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Mysterious Love
Mysterious Love (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: ITX 03. Rel: 19 May 14
  1. The Dream Is True
  2. Mysterious Love
  3. Mind
  4. Emblema
Review: Ilian Tape continues to be code for "absolutely killing it mate" with the Zenker brothers introducing us and you to the production talents of Sciahri with the Mysterious Love 12". Spend some time with the sound clips here and you'll be hard pushed to believe this is Sciahriar Tavakoli's debut 12" as Sciahri, such is the standard of productions. Tavakoli's stated interest in the loop techno pioneered in 90s era Birmingham is very much evident on a cut like "The Dream Is True" but there's some nice little touches slipped in that give it some true personality such as the spin back in the breakdown. The title cut is a stern faced dubby number that just tunnels and tunnels away, whilst there's a cheeky strut to the way Tavakoli implements the filters on "Mind". The final track "Emblema" is the kind of techno number you want to drop right when everyone has forgotten their names.
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Like Father Like Son
  1. Big Strick - "Rain Dance"
  2. Generation Next - "And You Too"
  3. Generation Next - "Like Father, Like Son" (feat Big Strick)
Review: Like Father, Like Son sees Big Strick and his prodigious son Generation Next team up for a split 12" showcasing this pair of criminally underappreciated Detroit producers. "Rain Dance" sees the elder of the two deliver a deep techno journey filled with abstracted textures and organic chimes that sound, while the young Generation Next shows a remarkable maturity beyond his years on "And You Too", where sparse, subtle chords and the simplest of melodies drift by on a light rhythm. On "Like Father, Like Son" the two pair up for the most gently uplifting of deep piano jams. Just like pretty much everything on 7 Days Entertainment, this is some nigh on essential material.
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 in stock $10.25
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Spacejam
Spacejam (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: WRECKS 3. Rel: 07 Jul 14
  1. Spacejam
  2. No I Didn't
  3. Oist Mal
Review: Klasse Wrecks welcomes Bristol-based Marco Bernardi to its ranks following strong releases for Clone, Delsin, Rawax, Planet E, and most recently the Kelly Twins' Happy Skull label. Spacejam provides an EP of demented drums, fiddling electronics and refreshing originality, showcasing the signature sound of the studio-obsessed Scottish born DJ and producer. His idiosyncratic style runs through the three tracks here, from the space jack and Green Velvet-inspired vocals of the title track, through the rubbery funk of "No I Didn't" and frenetic acid of "Oist Mal".
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The Untold Stories: Chapter II
VARIOUS
The Untold Stories: Chapter II (140 gram yellow transparent + black vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: UNTLDSTORIES 003. Rel: 09 Mar 15
  1. The Beat Circle - "Istra Melting" (14:38)
  2. Cleymoore & Marx - "The Make Ups" (14:32)
  3. Syud - "Mrassoo" (15:07)
  4. Sobamonk - "Maida Vale" (7:38)
  5. Ztrl - "Hipnopedia" (7:45)
Review: Chapter II of the The Untold Stories, begins with The Beat Circle, a new project of Denis Kaznacheev and Ol, an epic work of attitude, an anthem for a new beat generation, filling the whole Aside with groovy sliding bases, crisp clean cut claps, eccentric electric interactions, rich moments of imagination: decaying tones come as if some great engine then arrives to take the dancers further on their journey. B1 by Cleymoore & Marx a much deeper darker sounding track, again reminiscent of railroads, a great unstoppable motion, this time through a dense dub sounding atmosphere, a slow strong swing, grooves and rattles with a great momentum. The second record begins with another new collaboration coming out of the UNTLD project this time Laurine Frost with Denis Kaznacheev, together to be known as Syud, another extended work, rich in plot, mysterious tones lay constant behind a highly charged percussive performance, to and from moments of great serene beauty. The Dside begins with a Sobamonk track of strong rolling bases, warm and light tones, and intricately arranged percussion. Finally the Chapter comes to an end with a work by Ztrl in which we are lead by a dark and shifting force in a track of similarly shifty character.
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 in stock $11.07
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I Am Somebody EP
Cat: SUARA 102. Rel: 07 Nov 13
  1. I Am Somebody (original mix)
  2. Sensuela (original mix)
  3. I Am Somebody (Delaze dub)
 in stock $11.63
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Trem
Trem (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SILVER 039. Rel: 23 Feb 15
  1. Trem (original mix)
  2. Trem (Chris Carrier remix)
  3. Trem (Elbee Bad remix)
Review: Equally dabbling into DJing/live act or sound art installations (for renowned institutions in Paris and Rome, among others), Ben is also building up a definite career in production that first took off with an EP on Minibar and a remix of Carl Craig's classic Bug In The Bassbin on Planet E. Immersed in contemporary classical music, jazz, techno and various house subgenres, he claims a diversity that's been showcased in all its subsequent interventions on labels such as Eklo or Balance with a collaboration with the legendary Chez Damier. With his music mate Leiris, he will be launching soon a vinyl label called Reduce Records, in order to release their finest music pieces.
The track "Trem" for Silver Network reflects the diversity of his influences, surely a dancefloor-oriented bomb track ! On the remix tip, it's useless to present legendary artist from New York City Elbee Bad and Paris based Chris Carrier ...




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Played by: Rhythm&Soul
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