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Bicep (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 244. Rel: 01 Sep 17
Deep House
Orca (4:33)
Glue (4:27)
Kites (6:26)
Vespa (1:23)
Ayaya (3:35)
Spring (6:57)
Drift (4:55)
Opal (4:31)
Rain (5:52)
Ayr (5:03)
Vale (4:54)
Aura (5:20)
Review: Of all DJ duos currently operating in British dance music, Belfast boys Bicep might be the hardest to pin down (Optimo aside, of course). Certainly, this debut album is not easy to pigeonhole, though it is an enjoyably cohesive listen. This is largely down to two factors; the frequent use of deliciously colorful and loved-up synthesizer parts, and the duo's innate ability to utilize beats tailor-made for dancefloor devastation. So while keen dancefloor historians may notice sly (and not so subtle) nods to '89 rave, U.S house and garage, Italo-disco, late '90s progressive house, jungle and early British hardcore, the album never sounds anything less than a fine set of Bicep tracks. Expect it to be one of the biggest albums of the year.
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 in stock $24.38
Brotherhood: The Definitive Singles Collection
Cat: ASW 34818. Rel: 23 Oct 08
Funky/Club House
Hey Boy Hey Girl
Block Rockin' Beats
Do It Again
Star Guitar
Let Forever Be
Leave Home
Keep My Composure
Out Of Control
Midnight Madness
The Golden Path
Setting Sun
Chemical Beats
 in stock $30.36
Surrender (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: 375405 1. Rel: 01 Jan 90
Music: Response
Under The Influence
Out Of Control
Orange Wedge
Let Forever Be
The Sunshine Underground
Asleep From Day
Got Glint?
Hey Boy Hey Girl
Dream On
 in stock $28.81
Dig Your Own Hole (remastered)
Dig Your Own Hole (remastered) (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 842950 1. Rel: 18 Nov 16
Block Rockin' Beats (5:14)
Dig Your Own Hole (5:31)
Elektrobank (8:19)
Piku (4:53)
Setting Sun (5:29)
It Doesn't Matter (6:15)
Don't Stop The Rock (4:50)
Get Up On It Like This (2:44)
Lost In The K Hole (3:52)
Where Do I Begin (6:51)
The Private Psychedelic Reel (9:30)
 in stock $31.12
Anthropomorphic Sympathy
Anthropomorphic Sympathy (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: MGM 05. Rel: 23 Sep 19
Minimal/Tech House
You (5:55)
Sopine (4:58)
Dimlove (5:30)
-*- (4:05)
Empathy Master (4:28)
For Edmond Belamy (2:38)
Interlude (2:13)
Anthropomorphic Sympathy (5:11)
Singularity (3:44)
November Subitizing (5:45)
Juniper (4:51)
Lived II Time (2:50)
Allopoiesis (3:10)
Korwar (4:23)
Review: Having built up his self titled label alongside his sterling work as part of Oscillat, Lazare Hoche and Will & Ink, the one and only Malin Genie delivers his debut solo album. Moving beyond the pure club focus of his singles and EPs, the Genie has seized this opportunity to present a widescreen panorama of his sound, leading in with the subliminal ambience of "You" as a springboard to explore breaks, electro, techno, and especially IDM. There are so many ideas swirling round Anthropomorphic Sympathy, it's hard to know where to begin describing it. A true headphone commute for the deep listener to burrow into.
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No Geography
No Geography (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: XDUSTLP 11. Rel: 12 Apr 19
Eve Of Destruction (4:40)
Bango (4:08)
No Geography (3:13)
Got To Keep On (5:17)
Gravity Drops (4:38)
The Universe Sent Me (6:03)
We've Got To Try (3:39)
Free Yourself (4:21)
MAH (5:37)
Catch Me I'm Falling (5:19)
Review: The Chemical Brothers are back with their 10th studio album (mixes and soundtracks not withstanding), and they're sounding especially fired up. The widescreen stadium psychedelia they've made their own spills out in abundance across "No Geography", but it's also matched with a feverish energy. The more up-tempo tracks, like "Gravity Drops" and "Eve Of Destruction", spit and snarl with the best of their classic, down and dirty dancefloor material, but there's plenty of space for the starry eyed songwriting they've made their own in more recent times. Just cop "The Universe Sent Me" and be immediately transported to a festival field, where you'll no doubt be catching The Bro's this summer.
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 in stock $18.42
Techno Pop
Techno Pop (heavyweight vinyl LP + booklet)
Cat: STUMM 308. Rel: 12 Nov 09
Boing Boom Tschak
Techno Pop
Musique Non Stop
Der Telefon anruf
House Phone
Sex Objekt
Electric Cafe
 in stock $19.20
Las Ramblas (reissue)
Cat: TR 013. Rel: 05 Dec 22
Minimal/Tech House
Las Ramblas (part 1) (7:49)
Las Ramblas (part 2) (7:47)
Las Ramblas (part 3) (6:46)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: The first Soul Capsule release gets a timely reissue - certainly if the silly prices it's reached of late on the second hand market - as well as a getting a loving remastering courtesy of D&M. All three parts are swampy, sweaty tech workouts that bump along with an almost indecent willingness to tempt you onto the floor and a groove with way more sexy swing than the minimal genre usually has contact with. Part two is traditionally the most celebrated of the three if internet chatter is to be believed, but some wonderfully subtle go-go percussion makes part three the most immediate of the bunch, with part one's distinctly darkside atmospherics and snippet of female gospel voice clearly wield an air of the classic.
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Isles (gatefold 2xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: ZEN 261. Rel: 22 Jan 21
Deep House
Atlas (5:50)
Cazenove (4:22)
Apricots (4:06)
Saku (feat Clara La San) (4:57)
Lido (3:20)
X (feat Clara La San) (5:35)
Rever (feat Julia Kent) (5:14)
Sundial (4:37)
Fir (5:23)
Hawk (feat Machina) (5:59)
Review: Bicep's second album is shaped by the experience of touring their debut long player for something like three years, a period during which they honed and perfected their instinct for tracks that would stand the test of time and repeated listening. What develops is a distinctive style typified by a combination of ethereal sonics and cheeky, memorable instrumental hooks, only set to a variety of beats that reference and indeed fuse the plethora of different dance genres that have sprung up since the acid house revolution if the mid-80s. So we get everything from the electro-tainted 'X' to 'Rever', where an African choir floats over a subtle deep house shuffle and 'Saku', where UKG bass pressure and skippy beats provide a hypnotic background for Clara La San's sweet but ghostly voice.
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Bicep (CD)
Cat: ZENCD 244. Rel: 01 Sep 17
Deep House
Review: Of all DJ duos currently operating in British dance music, Belfast boys Bicep might be the hardest to pin down (Optimo aside, of course). Certainly, this debut album is not easy to pigeonhole, though it is an enjoyably cohesive listen. This is largely down to two factors; the frequent use of deliciously colorful and loved-up synthesizer parts, and the duo's innate ability to utilize beats tailor-made for dancefloor devastation. So while keen dancefloor historians may notice sly (and not so subtle) nods to '89 rave, U.S house and garage, Italo-disco, late '90s progressive house, jungle and early British hardcore, the album never sounds anything less than a fine set of Bicep tracks. Expect it to be one of the biggest albums of the year.
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 in stock $10.13
Push The Button (remastered)
Push The Button (remastered) (heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 724356 330214. Rel: 18 Nov 16
Galvanize (6:35)
The Boxer (4:18)
Believe (6:04)
Hold Tight London (6:55)
Come Inside (5:08)
The Big Jump (4:44)
Left Right (4:15)
Close Your Eyes (6:15)
Shake Break Bounce (3:37)
Marvo Ging (5:35)
Surface To Air (7:24)
 in stock $31.12
Good Lies
Good Lies (clear vinyl LP + insert)
Cat: XL 1300LPE. Rel: 11 May 23
Feelings Plain (7:33)
Arla Fearn (3:45)
Good Lies (1:05)
Walk Thru Water (2:09)
Cold Blooded (3:37)
Skulled (5:06)
Sugarushhh (3:38)
Calon (4:09)
Is U (3:49)
Vermonly (2:40)
So U Kno (3:40)
Calling Out (4:43)
Review: With a run of knockout singles on XL reaching back to 2016, Tom and Ed Russell finally deliver the album we always knew they had in them. Overmono is a project which happily gorges on the best bits of rave culture and spits back out something fresh, universal and yet still headsy enough to keep the underground faithful happy. Good Lies builds on that promise in every way, threading in anthemic vocal hooks and massive emotive brushstrokes without losing that legit bite which has made them so enduringly popular. 'Is U' has an eye on the charts for sure, with plenty of big festival moments bagged along the way for their live shows and everyone else DJ sets. 'Walk Thru Water' hits a more melancholic note with St. Panther on vocals, but it's still masterfully crafted to bring out joyous escapism with gnarly synth flex on top. Something for everyone, then.
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Hippies From Outer Space
Cat: ENL 102. Rel: 31 Oct 22
Uplifting Trance
Surfin' UFO (Space Surfing mix) (6:42)
Temple Of Trance (7:26)
The Shape Of Things To Come (9:34)
Review: 3 track EP by Overlords of the UFO, including 2 previously unreleased tracks and one track released on an earlier EP named Transcendental Overdrive.

All tracks were produced in the late 90's.

This EP continues the trademark retro sci-fi analogue synth vibe of Overlords of the UFO and is the 2nd release by Enlightenment Records.
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Played by: Jane Fitz, Nummer
 in stock $9.08
Laminar Flow
Cat: KNOE VV/LP 1. Rel: 20 Jun 22
Deep House
Vermillion (4:43)
Incubation Theory (5:54)
Laminar Flow (5:38)
Empty Your Mind (6:04)
Oort Cloud (5:21)
Fluke (3:48)
Catalyst (6:50)
Tailwind (6:12)
Dusk By The Bay (2:21)
Silver Linings (5:44)
Shifting Sands (5:27)
Alluvion (4:59)
Review: London-based label For Those That Knoe returns with a terrific release by underrated Slovenian producer Vid Vai. He's been slowly yet steadily honing his craft over the last 12 years with releases on respected labels such as Assemble Music, Tvir, Gilesku and Oskar Offermann's White to name but a few. Laminar Flow also happens to be his first full-length, taking in a wide variety of moods and grooves along the way. From the evocative and acid-laced flow of 'Incubation Theory', the sci-fi electro of 'Oort Cloud' to the sublime ambient offering 'Dusk By The Bay' and the saucer-eyed sunrise breaks of 'Shifting Sands' - the result is a timeless piece of liquid-smooth sonic art.
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 in stock $16.60
Battle Of The Planets
Cat: BMVMT 007. Rel: 16 May 22
A Journey To Planet Acid
Revenge Of The Wasp
Questions From The Future
Middle Peace
Planet 90
Work It
Planet Assault
Planet Funk
Battle Of The Planets
Review: Marking over 16 years as an artist, Robert James unveils his debut album Battle of The Planets. A milestone in any musician's career, the LP illustrates the breadth of Rob's tastes and influences, exploring the rugged terrain of planet electronica. Ranging from breaks and electro to house and techno, Battle of The Planets was made during lockdown, a period of creativity and isolation for many artists around the world. Across 10 skillfully produced cuts Rob takes us on an intrepid adventure into the cosmos, where mysterious atmospheres and uplifting melodies sit side by side with captivating dance floor rhythms. Many shades of his personality come through on this album, all tied together by his unique sonic identity; informed by his years spent on the dance floor, behind the decks and in the studio. On Battle of The Planets Robert James presents a distillation of his extensive knowledge and experience into one succinct, highly engaging body of work.
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The Wolfpack
The Wolfpack (140 gram vinyl triple 12")
Cat: LONEWOLF 006. Rel: 21 Sep 21
Patient Better Drivers - "Bruce Castle Mark" (8:25)
Cool & Frank - "Myeloid Of Now" (6:31)
Paradise City Breakers - "Passievrucht" (6:29)
Intareality - "Maintain" (6:36)
Zolaa - "Ancient Alliance" (5:55)
Dom - "Buddha Belly" (6:58)
Tadan - "Things Unsaid" (5:11)
Matthew Dexter - "Reptilian Bassline" (5:49)
Nnd - "Acid Sunrise" (6:14)
Innershades - "The Emptiness Inside" (5:03)
Es-q - "Come With Us" (6:06)
Review: EYA's sister label Lonewolf celebrates 2 years of activity with a 3x 12"! The VA explores a wide range of electronic music styles...from ambient to techno,breaks,electro,acid and more! 'The Wolfpack'will be a must in every record bag and vinyl collection!Music by Innershades,Es-Q,Matthew Dexter,Dom,Zolaa,Intareality,Tadan,Paradise City Breakers,NND,Cool and Frank,Patient Better Drivers.

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Silvestre Is Boss EP (D.K. mix)
Cat: SECRET 026. Rel: 21 Oct 19
Deep House
Jumping Intro (2:06)
Lights (4:31)
Fuego (3:40)
Paying The Rent (4:25)
Fuego (D.K. remix) (5:09)
Back To Hometown (5:04)
Review: Lisbon-born, London-based producer Silvestre came to light on Disktopia before starting up the Padre Himalaya label to house his unconventional chuggers. This release for Secretsundaze finds him exploring his sound in greater detail, folding in a certain amount UK rave energy amongst other more esoteric motifs. The results are spellbinding, from the twilight marvels of "Lights" to the slow breakbeat chops and delirious harp trills of "Fuego". At times the ideas have a scuffed mixtape quality to them, which only adds to the charm. D.K. is on hand to deliver a remix for the broader needs of the dancefloor, although he wisely keeps the beguiling qualities of "Fuego" intact as he nudges it closer to the party.
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Come With Us (remastered)
Come With Us (remastered) (gatefold heavyweight vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: 811682 1. Rel: 18 Nov 16
Come With Us (4:57)
It Began In Afrika (5:30)
Galaxy Bounce (4:15)
Star Guitar (6:26)
Hoops (6:35)
My Elastic Eye (3:42)
The State We're In (6:21)
Denmark (5:17)
Pioneer Skies (4:05)
The Test (7:48)
 in stock $27.85
Where Are You?
Cat: CS 034. Rel: 10 Jul 23
Minimal/Tech House
Where Are You? (5:53)
Stop (5:57)
The Way (5:47)
Review: Three nicely varied offerings from the Constant Sound label's co-owner James 'Burnski' Burnham, headed by the ridiculously catchy and unashamedly party-stoking 'Where Are You?', where hyperactive, clipped vocals add a new dimension to the sturdy, garage influenced house grooves that have become one of his trademarks. 'Stop' is cooler and calmer, jazzy vibraphone tinkling making way for nudging keyboard stabs, and delay-heavy reggae vocals and brass flavouring the irresistible shuffle of closer 'The Way''.
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In Rave We Cave (1st Edition)
Cat: FAUVER 001. Rel: 20 Mar 23
Minimal/Tech House
Forty Fings Dynamo - "Inversion" (6:37)
Tingz - "Raveolution" (Acid mix) (6:10)
Pedro Bertho - "TOITOI" (6:33)
COEO - "Vertigo" (4:40)
Review: It's all about the early 90s vibes on this 12" from Fauvre as four underground anthems from the era are revisited. Forty Wings Dynamo's 'Inversion' has a dubby, dreamy progressive house feel, its epic outlook and echoing percussion inevitably bringing Leftfield's first handful of 12"s to mind, before 'Raveolution' (Acid mix) brings a more jungle techno feel with sliced up breaks skittering around the four-to-the-floor kicks. Pedro Bertho's 'TOITOI' starts side two, nodding to Jaydee's 'Plastic Dreams' with its soulful keys creating magic over a simple, banging techno framework before COEO's 'Vertigo' gets to work with its proto-breakbeat beats and one utterly orgasmic breakdown. Well worth a step back in time.
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Devious EP
Devious EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SECRET 027. Rel: 20 Jul 20
Deep House
Devious (8:07)
Over The Edge (7:01)
Drifting  (4:40)
Review: Giles Smith and James Priestley are back under their Secretsundaze moniker for some top-shelf machine wranglings. There's a nervy edge to "Devious", which creates a dense sound using gnarly monosynth bass, spacious reverbed bleeps and brittle drums. "Over The Edge" heads outwards rather than inwards with rousing vocal loops colliding with plush melodic phrases and another knotty beat, while "Drifting" plays on classic 90s downtempo techno through a fog of lo-fi charm. You can sense the grit and invention that's been rubbed into these tracks, making them reach beyond straightforward club music to something altogether more intriguing.
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Good Lies
Good Lies (LP + insert)
Cat: XL 1300LP. Rel: 11 May 23
Feelings Plain (7:33)
Arla Fearn (3:45)
Good Lies (1:05)
Walk Thru Water (2:09)
Cold Blooded (3:37)
Skulled (5:06)
Sugarrushhh (3:38)
Calon (4:09)
Is U (3:49)
Vermonly (2:40)
So U Kno (3:40)
Calling Out (4:43)
Review: Overmono have become real techno darlings in the last two years. And rightly so - they have served up a fine run of EPs in that time which now brings us to their debut album Good Lies. They are also an award-winning live act who have brought new energy and invention to techno as well as a next level grasp of sound design. As such the pair are two of the most revered artists in the UK with a hardcore fan base who pack out their every gig. They will find plenty to love here on an adventurous record that features all the hallmarks you would expect of this duo as well as plenty of freshness.
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Dubplate #6: Dissolve
Cat: MYD 006. Rel: 03 Jul 23
Deep House
Dissolve (6:20)
Dr 55 (4:34)
Lower Feels (6:55)
Review: The Mysticisms label welcomes Coral D aka Duncan Stump for a debut outing here that marks the first new music to be part of the ongoing and most excellent Dubplate series. This artist has a long history of crafting "deep dub electronic swing" in his roles in Mock & Toof, FX Mchm and his 6000 Degrees project. This one finds him bringing some dub reggae influences as 'Dissolves' is built on a chugging rhythm with smeared chords. 'DR 55' is then a masterfully laidback digi-dub groove that warps space and time and so leaves you utterly hypnotised.
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Live From The Multiverse (Infinite 1)
Cat: EES 039A. Rel: 30 Jan 23
Deep House
Intro/Outside (5:21)
Multiverse (6:24)
Concordia (4:42)
Jam X (4:49)
Review: Berlin's Giraffi Dog and (Emotional) Especial have joined forces for a special two part EP series that brings their live set to wax. It came after so many live tours were cancelled during the pandemic and proves to be a great success. The Giraffi Dog sound comes from Max Webber who debuted it with his L'Existence Du Reve album back in 2016 and further drops on the likes of Aiwo Recs and the WARNING label series. Poker Flat and Dessous associate Max Heesen was then brought on board to take the show on the road and thrill crowds with elements of their punk and hip-hop background colouring their breakbeat driven club cuts. These have been recorded live in the studio using drum machines, synths and vocoders and really do capture their pair's live energy.
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State Of Flow (incl Adam Pits & Armec mixes)
Cat: VIS 333. Rel: 20 Sep 22
Minimal/Tech House
State Of Flow
State Of Flow (Adam Pits remix)
State Of Flow (Armec remix)
Review: Following up that excellent Synchronicity on EP Phonica AM a couple of months back, hero of the Birmingham scene Subb An returns with more underground quality with this new one on the mighty 20/20 Vision. 'State Of Flow' is an emotive and breathtaking affair that's equal parts acid, progressive breaks and UK tech house with a seething Reese bassline lurking throughout that underpins angelic vocals. Over on the flip, remixes come from Adam Pits who takes you beyond the strobelights to reach for the lasers on his ravey take, followed by Armec's menacing experimental techno rework.
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DAT Tapes 1993-1994
DAT Tapes 1993-1994 (180 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: ASGDE 037. Rel: 27 Oct 22
Nuron - "The Coded Message" (5:54)
Nuron - "Interior World" (6:44)
Nuron - "Waiting For Nothing" (8:11)
Nuron - "Another Way" (5:46)
Nuron - "Neither Here Nor There" (7:09)
Fugue - "Contrapoint" (First version) (6:51)
Nuron - "Dialectic Confusion" (3:49)
Fugue - "Contrapoint" (Stasis mix 1) (6:46)
Review: During the early-to-mid 1990s, Nurmad Jusat released a string of now sought-after singles on Likemind that showcased an emotive, far-sighted take on techno that still sounds timeless all these years on. This fine collection features various recordings he made - but never released - as Nuron and Fuge back in 1993 and '94. As inspired by the techno sounds of his native UK as the far-sighted brilliance of purist Detroit techno and the dreamy soundscapes of Larry Heard, it's a genuinely brilliant collection of long-lost gems. Our picks include the subtly clonk-influenced opener 'The Coded Message', the skewed deep electro shuffle of 'Another Way', the sci-fi techno brilliance of 'Contrapoin (First Version)' and the out-there ambient soundscape that is 'Dialectic Confusion'.
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Undefined Tales Part 1.2: Mind & Senses Purified
Cat: UNDF 010. Rel: 11 Oct 19
Minimal/Tech House
Alex Picone - "Hard, Intens & Makes No Sense" (4:55)
Charonne - "Nocturama" (5:04)
Charonne - "Phunketeers" (7:52)
Cobert - "Caramara" (7:49)
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Space Jungle EP
Cat: UFOS 006. Rel: 23 Oct 23
888 (6:34)
Space Jungle (feat Parallax Modulators) (6:56)
Grantourismo (6:32)
Redemption (8:15)
Review: The sixth UFOs outing is another intergalactic adventure in sonic form and this time at the buttons it's New Balaance, a Mexican artist at the heart of a new wave. Space Jungle though is an apt title for this EP, which kicks off with some stylish breaks and nimble basslines overlaid with lush cosmic arps. 'Space Jungle' (feat Parallax Modulators brings a more pensive mood thanks to the sustained chords and deeper grooves, but subtle acid and chattery perc bring it to life. 'Grantourismo' is a lively and dynamic cut with more swirling synth work while 'Redemption' closes down this quartet of excellent explorations with a mix of 90s prog, techno and breakbeats all imbued with plenty of colour.
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Also Durag EP
Cat: HANDY 005. Rel: 25 Oct 22
Deep House
Also Durag (5:50)
Also Durag (Earl Jeffers Thunder remix) (5:20)
You & Dion (6:24)
Stop The Presses (5:25)
Review:  London label/clothing line Handy has already put out a fine EP in collaboration with Bristol's Shall Not Fade while Retromigration has had big 12"s on Last Year At Marienbad and We Will Always Be A Love Song this year. Now the two on-form forces come together for a fresh EP of dusty, woozy, seductive house. 'Also Durag' has classy skip in the drums and steamy sax motifs while 'Earl Jeffers' flips it into something heavy and sweaty. 'You & Dion' is a freeform house jam with squelchy bass and atmospheric vocals then 'Stop The Presses' rounds out with dreamy, carefree house goodness.
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Delicate Limbs Remixes
Cat: 194397 88301. Rel: 28 May 21
Deep House
Delicate Limbs (Omar S remix)
Delicate Limbs (Bedouin remix)
Delicate Limbs (Special Request remix)
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Lazer Worshippers Theme
Cat: MVV 004. Rel: 20 Jun 23
Lazer Worshippers Theme (10:04)
On A Rise (6:29)
Free Flight (4:49)
Review: Fresh, cruddy electro dreamatics from mysterious production outfit Lazer Worshippers here, joining the Atmosphere label to stake their claim to their very own 'theme'. A name like Lazer Worshippers gives off vibes of a apparent machine cult with a penchant for building sonic monuments to our AI-mech overlords. The music is similarly vaunting and numinous, with its synthetic choirs and trilling arps dancing between the left and rights like heavenly visions of a mechanized future. B-siders 'On A Rise' and 'Free Flight' are just as teary-eyed, yet bleepy, recalling the entrancing, oldskool breaksy trance work of Spooky or Digital Justice.
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Golem (12")
Cat: OYSTER 31. Rel: 13 Sep 21
Minimal/Tech House
Forest (5:59)
Trullo (5:47)
Golem (5:07)
Golem (Junes remix) (6:29)
Review: Over the last few years, Andrea Mancini has released many fine records as Cleveland, most of which offer a trademark take on techno and tech-house laden with interesting sounds, tribal percussion, and notable nods to British bass music. It's a hugely attractive formula all told, and one he further explores on Golem, the Luxembourg-born producer's second EP for Kalahari Oyster Cult. Each of the three original tracks on show has its own unique flavour, from the out-there, intergalactic post dubstep techno of 'Trullo', and the sunrise-ready futurist techno voodoo of 'Forest', to the Livity Sound-in-space brilliance of 'Golem'. Label-mate Junes does a great job remixing the latter track, with his impressive version thrillingly joining the dots between hypnotic tech-house, broken techno and creepy breakbeat.
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Played by: Evan Michael
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The Beat By DJ Spun Vol One 1988-1994
Cat: BEATSPUN 001. Rel: 14 Sep 23
Single Cell Orchestra - "Transmit Liberation" (9:39)
DJ Prince Ice - "Freestyle" (5:22)
Trip Ta Funk - "Ruby's Flute" (Fresh Mex mix) (7:36)
Triple M - "Prisoner Of Passion" (Funky dub mix) (4:33)
MC 900 - "Killer Inside Me (Meat Beat Manifestation #2)" (feat Jesus) (4:05)
Unkown Artist - "B1" (8:25)
DJ Emma - "Based" (Not So Free mix) (8:00)
Seven - "Ease" (Seven 1 mix) (5:20)
ETI & Graeme - "Blue Dreamers" (edit) (5:11)
Spins Inc - "The New Frontier" (club mix) (5:18)
Review: Given that he cut his teeth as a DJ and producer in San Francisco during the early 90s, DJ Spun is in a perfect position to educate us on the city's breakbeat-driven 'rave' sound - a hybrid and hyper-local affair that blended the Bay Area's psychedelic sounds and loved-up ethos with elements of acid, hip-hop, hip-house, deep house and British breakbeat hardcore. The Beat By DJ Spun Volume 1 does a great job of highlighting largely lesser-known, breakbeat-powered cuts produced in the city between 1988 and '94. For proof, check out the dreamy, mid-tempo wonder of Single Cell Orchestra's 'Transmit Liberation', the funk-fuelled hedonism of Triple M's 'Prisoner of Passion (Funky Dub Mix)', the deep and dubby breaks of 'Based (Not So Free Mix)' by DJ Emma, and the sparse-and-squelchy post hip-house shuffle of Spins Inc's 'The New Frontier'.
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Remasters Vol 2
Cat: 446087. Rel: 13 Mar 13
Minimal/Tech House
Closing In
Gee Baby (Ain't Good To You)
Read That Lips (2013 edit)
 in stock $8.05
Dream The Dream: UK Techno Breakbeat & House 1990-1994
Cat: DMFPE 1LP. Rel: 08 Jun 23
Centuras - "Tokyo" (10:38)
Bandulu & Amaranth - "Love Lies Beneath" (7:38)
Strontium 90 - "Rave On The Congo" (7:58)
Orr-some - "We Can Make It" (6:58)
Biff'Um Baff'Um Boys - "Bombing" (5:53)
Epoch 90 - "VLSI Heaven" (Zone mix) (6:02)
Mind Over Rhythm - "Kubital Footstorm" (Global Beatmix) (6:14)
Dream Frequency - "Dream The Dream" (5:48)
As One - "Isatai" (5:01)
UVX - "Elevator (Trancefloor Transporter)" (5:11)
Review: Dance Music From Planet Earth is a new sub-label from Ransom Note that kicks off with a heritage compilation, Dream The Dream. It looks back in great detail at UK Techno, House and Breakbeat 1990-1994 with Richard Sen as the man in control. He was a DJ back in those days, playing the most epic raves around Europe and taking some of the photos which now form the artwork for this collection. His obsessive record collecting from those days is reflected here across a series of sometimes obscure but always brilliant UK tunes for the worlds of ambient, techno, tribal house, breakbeat and early trance.
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 in stock $29.32
Trip EP
Trip EP (12")
Cat: MYOM 002. Rel: 27 Nov 23
Trip (8:09)
Airlock (4:55)
Sick Flips (7:10)
Space (4:41)
Review: Make Your Own Meaning continues to convey its unique techno message with a new statement of intent from label head Lurka. The artist has been busy of late and continues to be on a roll with another fascinating four tracker that genuinely serves up some original sounds and rhythms. 'Trip' gets things underway with organic percussive patterns stacked up over drilling bass to make for a prickly groove. 'Airlock' is similar but darker and heavier and 'Sick Flips' keeps the nimble feel going with dancing perc, rigid synths and scratchy sound effects all coalescing over broken drum patterns. Last of all is another dense, busy and multi-layered melange of tiny percussive sounds, synths and clipped rhythms that will make any floor move.
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What I Breathe
Cat: LFTLP 01. Rel: 05 Aug 22
Deep House
Hand In Hand Through Wonderland (5:29)
I Can Remember It So Vividly (4:26)
Love Reigns (4:58)
Understand (feat Brendan Yates) (3:46)
Patience (feat Nia Archives) (4:19)
Without The Sun (4:22)
Spirit Wave (5:18)
Breathing (4:52)
Intercity Relations (4:42)
Time Change (feat Novelist & D Double E) (3:07)
Distant Conversation (5:15)
Metaphysical (4:57)
Lost In Harajuku (4:35)
 in stock $23.61
The Akai Samurai Strikes Again EP
Cat: SBR 005X. Rel: 15 Nov 22
Techno Woo (6:18)
Brotherman (7:24)
Mars Landings (6:42)
Strings (6:08)
Review: Glasweigian DJ/producer Tiptoes returns on SlothBoogie Records with a new four-track EP. The Akai Samurai Strikes Again sees one of the most respected names on the Scottish electronic music circuit bring his eclectic style to the label, incorporating disparate influences. 'Techno Woo' for instance goes for that Floorplan style of funky and uplifting techno, while the lo-slung night moves of 'Brotherman' takes its cues from that Motor City deep house sound made famous by the likes of The Three Chairs. Elsewhere, things get seriously emotive on the sensual mood music of B-side cut 'Strings'.
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Breathe (12")
Cat: FMB 020. Rel: 24 Jan 23
Minimal/Tech House
Breathe (5:40)
Hyphae (6:16)
Breathe (Kessler remix) (6:26)
Hyphae (Peach remix) (6:24)
Review: A decade after establishing their Feel My Bicep label, Bicep continue to showcase the work of talented producers, many born and raised on the island of Ireland. They're at it again here, offering up a fantastic four-tracker from Shine Belfast resident Swoose. Title track 'Breathe' is gorgeousness personified - an immersive, tactile and wide-eyed slab of sunrise-ready deep house colour rich in kaleidoscopic chords, shuffling breakbeats, deep bass and ear-pleasing lead lines. On 'Hyphae', Swoose doffs a cap to vintage Orbital releases, peppering an early-to-mid-90s UK techno groove with gorgeous melodies and even more picturesque pads. The accompanying remixes are excellent, too, with Kessler's breakbeat hardcore-goes-deep house tweak of 'Breathe', and Peach's rubbery, near 140 BPM rework of 'Hyphae' both hitting the spot.
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 in stock $14.27
Optical Delusion
Cat: LMS 5521858. Rel: 10 Feb 23
Ringa Ringa (The Old Pandemic Folk Song)
Day One
Are You Alive?
You Are The Frequency
The New Abnormal
Dirty Rat
Requiem For The Pre-apocalypse
What A Surprise
Moon Princess
Review: You'd be hard-pushed to think of a band as synonymous with the evolution of electronic music over the last 30+ yeas as Orbital. The famous Hartnoll brothers are as iconic for their famous head torches, stage designs and live shows as they are their timeless music. Their new studio album Optical Delusion arrives in early 2023 and of course, comes with an extensive UK tour to back it up. This is the pair's 10th studio album overall and has already been teased by some useful singles. Rave, techno, trance and breaks all colour the grooves of this new long player.
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 in stock $6.75
Break Away
Cat: PH 13013. Rel: 15 Aug 23
Break Away (9:16)
Push It! (5:32)
Chamber No 6 (4:56)
Review: Head High is a ling running alias of Polish techno producer Shed. It's for his more loopy and emotional sounds and has always been popular with DJs. This new EP is a mighty fine return that offers three track sou steamy, summer ready action for sunset and sundown sessions. 'Break Away' has fizzing synth lines and dusty drums with well placed vocals up top. 'Push It!' comes on much stronger, with harder drums and more prickly percussion but another fine vocal that adds that touch of emotion. Last of all is 'Chamber No 6', another dark cut with tightly programmed drums loops, scratching hits and a menacing bassline backlit by diffuse chords.
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Night Sky EP
Night Sky EP (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: WGVINYL 88. Rel: 06 Jun 22
Minimal/Tech House
Kiko & POPOF - "Night Sky" (8:12)
Kiko - "Love Triangle" (7:19)
Kiko & POPOF - "Night Sky" (Yulia Niko remix) (7:59)
Kiko - "Love Triangle" (Mia Mendi remix) (6:57)
Review: Kiko & POPOF deliver a new 'minimal' EP that both kicks and pops off. 'Night Sky', however, abstracts the 'minimal' style into something that is actually quite maximal; though duly working in the tech house formula, the sound palette is dystopian and dark. Doing justice to the French pair's long-standing good rep - Kiko has but 500+ releases to his name - it's only natural that we hear something so fresh. Transformer sound FX and sci-fi impacts adorn each transition, especially on Yulia Niko and Mia Mendi's remixes, coaxing out twin states of ecstasy and dread.
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Monday Dreamin'
Monday Dreamin' (5xLP in slip-case)
Cat: CLR 001. Rel: 17 May 22
Deep House
Lost Souls Of Saturn & Tokimonsta - "Revision Of The Past" (8:55)
Moodymann - "Keep On Coming" (feat CD) (5:15)
Luciano - "Mantra For Lizzie" (12:32)
Jamie Jones - "Laser Lass" (6:20)
Carl Craig - "Forever Free" (8:14)
Deichkind - "Autonom" (Dixon edit) (5:16)
Adam Beyer - "Break It Up" (5:38)
Tale Of Us - "Nova Two" (5:24)
DJ Tennis - "Atlanta" (7:20)
Mano Le Tough - "As If To Say" (7:22)
Kerri Chandler - "You" (6:30)
Butch - "Raindrops" (feat Kemelion) (5:53)
Damian Lazarus - "The Future" (feat Robert Owens) (7:07)
Sama' Abdulhadi - "Reverie" (6:34)
Seth Troxler - "Lumartes" (8:31)
Margaret Dygas - "Wishing Well" (7:03)
Rampa - "The Church" (7:23)
TINI - "What If, Then What?" (feat Amiture) (4:48)
Red Axes - "Calib" (6:27)
Bedouin - "Up In Flames" (6:52)
Review: CircoLoco Records is a new record label forged in partnership with the iconic video game creators Rockstar Games. After four editions of colour coded releases, we now have the entire collection of 20 tracks compiled here on one 5xLP package. From the Black edition there's the tunneling techno of Adam Beyer's powerful 'Break It Up', from the Violet edition you have Margaret Dygas' majestic broken beat journey 'Wishing Well', as well as tINI with the neon-lit disco of 'What If, Then What?' featuring Amiture (Green) and Sama Abdulhadi with the steely and hypnotic techno of 'Reverie' taken from the Blue series - plus many more.
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Earthbeat (30th Anniversary Edition)
Cat: CDTOT 7R. Rel: 25 Nov 21
Mental Cube - "Q"
Yage - "Quazi"
Candese - "You Took My Love" (Earth mix)
The Future Sound Of London - "Papua New Guinea" (Dumb Child Of Q)
Indo Tribe - "Owl"
Semi Real - "People Livin' Today"
Yage - "Theme From Hot Burst"
Indo Tribe - "Shrink"
Mental Cube - "So This Is Love"
Mental Cube - "Chile Of The Bass Generation"
Smart Systems - "Tingler"
Yage - "Coda Coma"
Indo Tribe - "In The Mind Of A Child"
Humanoid - "Stakker Humanoid" (Coby '94 mix)
Smart Systems - "Creator"
Indo Tribe - "Bite The Bullet Baby"
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Dream The Dream: UK Techno Breakbeat & House 1990-1994
Cat: DMFPE 1CD. Rel: 22 Jun 23
Centuras - "Tokyo" (CD1)
Bandulu - "Amaranth - Love Lies Beneath"
Strontium 90 - "Rave On The Congo"
Orr-Some - "We Can Make It"
Biff'Um Baff'Um Boys - "Bombing"
Epoch 90 - "VLSI Heaven" (Zone mix)
Mind Over Rhythm - "Kubital Footstorm" (Global Beatmix)
Dream Frequency - "Dream The Dream"
As One - "Isatai"
UVX - "Elevator (Trancefloor Transporter)"
Centuras - "Tokyo" (CD2: DJ mix By Richard Sen)
Bandulu - "Amaranth - Love Lies Beneath"
Strontium 90 - "Rave On The Congo"
Orr-Some - "We Can Make It"
Biff'Um Baff'Um Boys - "Bombing"
Epoch 90 - "VLSI Heaven" (Zone mix)
Mind Over Rhythm - "Kubital Footstorm" (Global Beatmix)
Dream Frequency - "Dream The Dream"
As One - "Isatai"
UVX - "Elevator (Trancefloor Transporter)"
Review: All-round powerhouse Ransom Note - label, promoter and publication - are veterans on the scene, having promoted nearly every facet of the dance music scene since the early 2010s. This new compilation hears the Ransom Note core outfit team up with Richard Sen, an equally battle-scarred DJ and producer active since the late 80s. The project is Sen's tribute to the UK rave scene of the early 1990s, featuring rare and obscure tracks by artists not normally cited among nostalgists: Centuras, Bandulu, Strontium 90, Orr-Some, Biff'um Baff'um Boys, Epoch 90, Mind Over Rhythm, Dream Frequency, As One and UVX. Techno, house, breakbeat, acid and hardcore collide to synthesise a sonic zeitgeist, which occupied a brief but spectacular four-year period in dance music's early golden decade.
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 in stock $10.86
Join The Future: UK Bleep & Bass 1988-91
Join The Future: UK Bleep & Bass 1988-91 (limited yellow vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: C&D 001YELLOW. Rel: 07 Oct 21
Unique 3 & The Mad Musician - "Only The Beginning" (7:49)
Original Clique - "Come To Papa" (5:29)
Demonik - "Labyrinthe" (6:14)
Nexus 21 - "Self Hypnosis" (Mr Whippy remix) (6:45)
Cabaret Voltaire - "Easy Life" (Jive Turkey mix) (6:06)
Alfanso - "Dub Feels Nice" (previously unreleased) (5:07)
Ital Rockers - "Dreams" (5:19)
Man Machine - "Animal" (DJ Martin & DJ Holmes Primordial Jungle mix) (6:53)
Nightmares On Wax - "21st Kong" (4:49)
Tuff Little Unit - "Join The Future" (original instrumental mix - previously unreleased) (4:49)
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Good Lies
Cat: XL 1300CD. Rel: 11 May 23
Feelings Plain
Arla Fearn
Good Lies
Walk Thru Water
Cold Blooded
Is U
So U Kno
Calling Out
Review: It comes as a surprise that brothers Tom and Ed Russell - Tessela and Truss, together known as Overmono - are set to release their debut album. That's because their names are synonymous with a certain bleak UK techno sound, following the trend of imagery associated with the likes of St. Etienne, Mt. Kimbie or Real Lies, plus their music and live sets have seen to a wealth of stonking tracks over the years. They're arguably the popularisers of live techno for the next generation, so in 2023, we're floored by the Mandela-effecting notion that they haven't put out an album before. Thankfully, 'Good Lies' is their magnum opus, blending elements from emotive UK soul (the St. Panther feature on 'Walk Thru Water'), future garage (spot the Tirzah samples on 'Is U'), and pirate radio chatter and crud (basically every other track). Nu-school ravers rejoice; this is your defining album.
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Optical Delusion
Cat: LMS 5521859. Rel: 17 Feb 23
Ringa Ringa (The Old Pandemic Folk Song) (feat The Mediaeval Baebes) (4:13)
Day One (feat Dina Ipavic) (5:15)
Are You Alive? (feat Penelope Isles) (7:34)
You Are The Frequency (feat The Little Pest) (4:37)
The New Abnormal (5:08)
Home (feat Anna B Savage) (4:13)
Orbital & Sleaford Mods - "Dirty Rat" (5:16)
Requiem For The Pre Apocalypse (7:42)
What A Surprise (feat The Little Pest) (4:37)
Moon Princess (feat Coppe) (5:04)
Review: After the 30 Something retrospective that landed during 2022, comes a new Orbital album proper, Optical Delusion, set to be accompanied by a busy summer of gig and festival dates by the looks of it. The album's taster single 'Dirty Rat' was a corker, too, full of post-Brexit/Boris bile and a biting vocal from Sleaford Mods frontman Jason Williamson, not to mention some striking Orbital musical trademarks. It could well point the way forward for more interesting collaborations - perhaps taking a leaf out of Leftfield's book - on the album, though only time will tell. Either way, a serious portion of new material from one of the dance world's most enduring and best loved acts will be feverishly anticipated.
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The Shovel Is A Shovel Was A Shovel
Cat: WSDM 025. Rel: 22 Jun 23
Hiccups (5:39)
Subtracting The Egg (6:27)
The Shovel Is A Shovel Was A Shovel (6:15)
Crow (4:09)
Review: Will Hofbauer returns to Wisdom Teeth for another addition to the label's Hessle-esque vision for the fleshing out the more playful side of 'bassy techno'. Hofbauer is a firm fixture and favourite of the sort of quasi-underground UK DJ circuit that has cut the teeth of the likes of Moxie, Rhythm Section, OK Williams and Ben UFO - and these four new ones are bound to cement that favour, with bare-essentials bits like 'Subtracing The Egg' blending with mischievous audio-hijinks like 'Hiccups' for a humorous, yet no less powerful EP.
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Anticipation (heavyweight vinyl 12")
Cat: ADAM 007. Rel: 13 Jan 23
Minimal/Tech House
Interchange (6:30)
Swap Function (7:20)
Anticipation (8:06)
Without Warning (6:12)
Review: Since debuting in 2015 Christopher Ledger has built up an impressive array of releases on labels like Brouqade, Meander and Amphia, offering the kind of minimal tech house the scene will never tire of. This drop on Adam's Bite leads in with the mellow propulsion of 'Interchange' before swerving into the forthright thrust of house-informed workout 'Swap Function'. 'Anticipation' has a subtle proggy swirl around its punchy drums and 'Without Warning' completes the set with some light-footed broken beats and dubby melodic impulses.
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Played by: Tom Drew
 in stock $15.31
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