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  1. Amato Y Mariana - "Quieres Bailar" (5:39)
  2. The Sixteen Steps - "Montgat" (6:46)
  3. His Dirty Secrets - "Structures" (6:15)
  4. Further Reductions - "Another Stranger" (4:56)
Review: BOOM! Our favourites, Cititrax, roll the third editions of Tracks out onto our shelves, and the results are unsurprisingly strong on this excellent various artists comp. It's a mixed bag of skills, as per usual, and the sounds are those of a new NYC, fuelled by a new sort of post-industrial sensibility. Amato Y Mariana open with the tight beats and groove of "Queires Bailar", followed closely by the ominous compositions of the EBM-flavoured "Montgat" from The Sixteen Steps. On the flip, His Dirty Secrets bleeps out some morphed acid on "Structures", and "Another Stranger" from Further Reductions churns out a slow, mild-mannered house experiment with its roots clearly planted in the coldest of waves. Sick.
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Time Horizon 2 (12" + hand-numbered insert limited to 250 copies)
Cat: XTIME 002. Rel: 25 Mar 19
  1. Andrea - "MT" (6:14)
  2. Anybody Anytime - "Uncomfortable" (live mix) (4:26)
  3. The Sympathizer - "Bad Dope" (3:59)
  4. Farron - "Cosmic Lies" (6:53)
  5. Kreggo - "La Mia Giungla" (4:44)
Review: Time Horizon's second episode enlists another team of dancefloor snipers delivering 5 brain-dancing tunes crafted appositively for late night use. After his appearance on the first XCPT record, Andrea is back on the label with his unmistakable shuffling drums and a heavy square bassline followed by Anybody Anytime covering the uptempo-zone with a rotative junglistic tool dressed with celestial pads; closing the A side TANS reveals his new robot alias The Sympathizer providing a neurotic electro progression fully based on his modular system. Flipping the records you will find two XCPT homies bringing the audience straight into Matera landscapes: Farron gets a 909 unceasing toms orchestra surrounded by his atmospheric leads while Kreggo illustrates clearly his hypnotic mid-low vision of breakbeat locked by a mystic bass for the whole track.
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Cat: AMZS 007. Rel: 29 Jul 19
  1. Saverio Celestri - "Ethereal" (6:38)
  2. Jacopo - "Aesthetic" (6:15)
  3. Otis - "Axes Of Continuity" (6:16)
  4. Fede Lijt - "Deflexion" (6:18)
Review: A dream team line up for this four way that heads off in various directions across detailed and trippy techno landscapes. Those who have been following these heads will understand what we mean- with the quartet all beginning to rise to prominence now and finally claiming the kind of respect they deserve. Saverio Celestri brings 'Ethereal', packed with direct cymbal work, lilting reversed organs creating leftfield-but-dancefloor business with plenty of usability. Midgar label manager Jacopo, toughest from the names here, takes us down an arpeggiated acid route, never quite unleashing but acting as precursor to whatever bangs come next. Otis' 'Axes of Continuity' has a simple three-four note melody mirrored by bumbling bass, and should sound ideal at anything with a free party vibe. Finally, Fede Lijt's 'Deflexion' goes deepest, twinkling chimes, submerged lows, plenty of snares.
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HPNHS 001 (12")
Cat: HPNHS 001. Rel: 09 Oct 19
  1. Dawl - "Output" (6:10)
  2. Trippsy - "Flashback" (7:01)
  3. Fede Lijtmaer - "Passing By" (7:46)
  4. Wulffius - "Salty Breeze" (5:53)
Review: Some wicked underground sounds coming out of Ukraine (and beyond) on offer here by new imprint Hypnohouse. Darren Woollard aka Dawl who has been putting out some wicked grooves on Libertine, Furthur Electronix and Klasse Wrecks lately gets into some proper bleep techno action on "Output" while Kiev-based Trippsy finishes up the A side with the strobed-out and tunnelling sensations of "Flashback". Flip over for Uruguay's Fede Lijtmaer who channels some Dopplereffekt vibes on "Passing By" followed by Wulffius' retro techno jam "Salty Breeze". Tip!
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Berghain 08 (12" + insert)
Cat: OTON 108. Rel: 23 Jan 18
  1. Electric Indigo - "Registers" (6:13)
  2. Stefan Rein - "Panther" (6:56)
  3. RRoxymore - "Tropicalcore" (6:34)
  4. Boris & Fiedel - "Div'hain" (6:19)
Review: The latest edition of Berghain's own series comes from a number of talented veterans who all have something different to say about house and techno. That, in itself, is something to appreciate these days. Electric Indigo, whose been balling with the likes of Berlin's DJ Hell since the early 00's, launches a cautious, minimalistic techno experimenting through "Registers", followed by Stefan Rein's bleepy techno tool "Panther" - the sort of bomb you'd expect to hear in the pit at about 4am on a Sunday morning. The B-side features Macro's and Don't Be Afraid's RRoxymore, with "Tropicalcore", a comparatively more sparse and kinetic rhythm track that replaces the drones and pads in favour of ritualistic dance elements in the form of drums; Boris & Fiedel's "Div'hain" closes the eighth chapter of the series with a driving, menacing blur of 4/4 drums and gently acidic bass waves. Excellent.
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Cat: NULLPUNKT 0000006. Rel: 25 Feb 19
  1. Introduction (1:06)
  2. Thesis (5:34)
  3. Premis I (3:54)
  4. Premis II (5:12)
  5. Conclusion (5:21)
Review: If you're in the mood for some industrial-strength dancefloor experiments and lo-fi workouts saturated with noise, this collaboration from old studio buddies Felix Krone and Yu Aseada AKA Ena should hit the spot. It's an altogether more foreboding and paranoid beast than their previous joint excursion, hence the new "F&E" alias. After offering up a decidedly dystopian ambient intro, the duo slowly cranks up the pressure via the industrial dub techno/electro fusion of "Thesis" and the crackling lo-fi techno crustiness of "Premis I". "Premis II" offers a more percussive and rolling take on the same murky blueprint, while "Conclusion" is a suitably hypnotic chunk of dub techno.
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VARVET 004 (white vinyl 12")
Cat: VARVET 004. Rel: 24 Apr 18
  1. Blyga Violer (5:04)
  2. Kolatorsk (5:25)
  3. Svit & Sprit (7:44)
Review: There is little to nothing that we know about the enigmatic Facket Strejkar, but what we're hearing is certainly placing the producer firmly onto our radars. Coming through on the fiery Varvet imprint, out of Germany, this is surely the best amalgamation of electro and dubstep that is currently on the scene, and we expect plenty of imitators to come busting through real soon. "Blyga Violer" is a tough, sharp-edged electro killer with undeniably UK-style bass at its core, while "Kolatorsk" launches a shape-shifting techno bullet styled on something utterly sci-fi, and the flip's "Svit & Sprit" provides us with a mean, heavy-weighted bit of industrial techno for the floor. B.A.N.G.I.N.G.
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What Is Free (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: FS 031. Rel: 02 Nov 15
  1. An Ever
  2. Rrecs
  3. What Is Free
  4. BR56
Review: Finale Sessions is excited about this release from Knoxville, Tennessee artist Alex Falk. He has been on our radar for some time now so we are pleased to share this with you! The A1 track "An Ever" is one of our favorite tracks on the EP, with dreamy pads and monstrous stabs making for a fantastic floor-stomper. Rounding out the A side is "Rrecs", a deep Techno cut with clattering chords and moving drums and claps. B1 track "What Is Free" is another solid peak time killer with thick stabs and cut-up vocals making for a perfect Finale Sessions release. Finally, "BR56" brings up the tempo while chilling out the vibe with dubbed-out chords, nasty filter work and a sound floating somewhere between Techno and House.
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Rolling Dutch (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: VV 027. Rel: 16 Oct 17
  1. Rolling Dutch
  2. Rave On Plastic
Review: Valcrond Video continues its devilish run of form with this new single from Fallbeil, a project that has previously been spotted on New York Haunted, Return To Disorder and Mannequin. That should give you an idea of the kind of deviant sonics we're dealing with here, skirting around industrial, electro and techno with limber and dirty hardware jams for the sinister dancefloor. "Rolling Dutch" clearly nods towards The Hague way of doing things, all eerie pads, gnarly acid lines and rasping drums, while on the flip side "Rave On Plastic" pushes the bubbling monosynth action to the front of the mix.
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Cat: CL 07. Rel: 27 Jun 18
  1. Don't Mess With The Kids (9:22)
  2. The Narrator Device (8:27)
  3. Peace Treaty #1 (4:47)
  4. The Narrator Device (Matrixxman Mayhem remix) (5:31)
Review: Legend of the Florentine scene Francesco Farfa is next up on Vin Sol's Club Lonely, and they're in good hands - this guy has been producing since the beginning of the '90s. Following up 2014's Come Up From The Darkness (With David K) on Souvenir, the Audio Esperanto boss brings his first release in four years on the Farfability EP, featuring a bunch of retro-leaning jams such as the roaring old-school power house of "Don't Mess With The Kids", the euphoric tribal trance-inflected epic "The Narrator Device" and an equally insane remix on the flip courtesy of Matrixxman - whose Mayhem rendition delivers some mentalist rave energy that will take you all the way back to '92 - where were you?
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Cat: WPM 008. Rel: 17 Jul 19
  1. Planetary Love (7:57)
  2. Enuma (6:30)
Review: Here comes an eagerly awaited release by a newcomer that is destined to be an underground classic. Coming out directly from the camp of Neuhm from Naples is DJ Fabrizio Fattore: the resident DJ alongside Gigi Testa spreading the underground message through his music. Connected directly to their concept, Fattore makes his debut here on Word Peace Music: their main purpose is to connect both music and culture from all around the world and other galaxies in one universal language. Features the hi-tech jazz of "Planetary Love" that is reminiscent of classic Mad Mike/Underground Resistance, followed by the spiritual life music epic "Enuma" on the B side. It is full of shimmering synth layers and emotive elements - you could imagine the likes of Derrick May or Laurent Garneir playing this one.
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Cat: OCS 013. Rel: 19 Jun 19
  1. Cold Harbour (4:36)
  2. Breach (1:21)
  3. Process Aesthetics (3:32)
  4. Parallel Rave Fantasies (6:52)
  5. Definition (5:05)
Review: UK techno producer Sigha returns to his experimental project Faugust for the first time since the Devotions (1984 - 2006) EP on the short lived Avian sub label Mira five years ago. Unlike its predecessor, "Parallel Rave Fantasies" resurrects his long-dormant Our Circula Sound imprint and dives into new sonic territory, incorporating more IDM and generative music. Check the mind-mangling and glitchy "Cold Harbour", the demented digitized soundscape of "Process Aesthetics" and the brutalist, body bashing industrial of closer "Definition".
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Bygone Pinnacle EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ORN 023. Rel: 06 Mar 17
  1. 5.34 AM
  2. Reduit
  3. Grindelwald (Summit edit)
Review: It's early days for Jakob Panthel and his Faune alias, but he more than steps up to the plate as London label Ornate Music invite him to present his vision for immersive, techno tinged deep house. "5.34 AM" is aptly named, the undulating chord pulse at the heart of the track aiming for the woozy hour of the dance before dawn breaks through. "Reduit" is a more sprightly affair, using similar ingredients but pushing a brighter line in synths amidst the raw drums. "Grindewald" meanwhile heads out into more ambient techno territory with its plush pads and snaking arpeggios, soothing the feisty club-ready energy of the previous two tracks.
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Faune EP (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: AVER 02. Rel: 26 Apr 19
  1. VH (7:53)
  2. Concrete (5:47)
  3. Track 3 (7:06)
  4. W/Soon (5:04)
Review: Soundscape Versions pres. Faune EP on sub-label Analog Versions with four deep and dusty atmospheric Techno cuts. Analog Versions was founded to create a platform to releasing a wide scope of electronic music produced by using analog hardware gear.
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Climax EP (12")
Cat: 10PILLS 005. Rel: 13 Dec 16
  1. Track 1 (2:05)
  2. Track 2 (4:46)
  3. Track 3 (3:46)
  4. Track 4 (3:22)
  5. Track 5 (8:05)
  6. Track 6 (5:54)
Review: 10 PILLS MATE is on one hell of a roll in closing the year off; after Andrew Red Hand's absolute killers, here comes six more techno bruisers from newbie Faur. The young chap is in no mood to mess around, and it's clear that he means business given the raw jungle power of the opening "Track 1", and the jacking, tooled-up techno of "Track 2" and "Track 3", the latter of which slips steadily into a nightmarish wormhole of hypnotics and pure dread. "Track 4" is a loose, distorted arrangement while, on the flip, "Track 5" is totally dancefloor-bound with its stealthy techno slither, and "Track 6" ties this magnetic EP off with a rugged beat flex that reminds us of the golden days of the DJAX label. BAD-ASS.
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Played by: Ben Sims
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Cat: JINN 02. Rel: 22 Nov 17
  1. Pota (Restricted Intelligence) (7:03)
  2. Always Evolving In The Sun (7:58)
Review: The second edition of Jinn's catalogue comes from European producer Feilim with his debut release, after an arresting debut from Japanese producer Yoshinori Hayashi. On the A side we have the soulful classic techno of "Pota" (Restricted Intelligence) which the label compared to early Joey Beltram - which is fair enough. The tough stomper features a euphoric/rapid fire organ melody, over a fat bleep bass and airy pads - and it's an energy flash indeed. On the flip, we have something more subdued with the deep trance induction of "Always Evolving In The Sun" which again uses some classic elements (namely early '90s UK bleep) alongside more modern strains of hypnotic techno beneath intermittent snippets of a druggy and pitch shifted monologue. You'll be totally trippin' balls when you put this one on the platter!
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Elastic Collisions EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ORSON 018. Rel: 30 Sep 19
  1. Elastic Collisions (4:26)
  2. Octodecillion (7:05)
  3. Probabilities (7:06)
  4. Mechanomics (6:05)
Review: Unstoppable electro machine Carl Finlow (aka Silicon Scally) lands on Orson with more of that impeccable robo-funk he's so revered for. "Elastic Collisions" leads the charge with a tough and teasing workout that works around a heavy low end and plenty of sparkling sound design up top. "Octodecillion" keeps things on a dystopian tip, where a bleak future sounds as funky as it does ominous. "Probabilities" heads into a less floor-focused space where thick layers of buffed and polished synth wriggles collide in high-definition. "Mechanomics" completes the set with another taut belter geared towards the heads down section of the party.
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Cat: DC 173. Rel: 07 Jun 17
  1. Brian's Proper Dun One (7:13)
  2. Wait A Second (feat MC R1bbz) (6:41)
  3. Trance, Init? (6:41)
Review: Alan Fitzpatrick returns to Drumcode, marking his first appearance since late 2016 when he remixed Moby's hit "Porcelain".The release opens with "Brian's Proper Dun One", a track which caused a storm on his Twitter profile when he first started playing it last year. Loaded with sharp and pounding drums, this is a no holds barred, certified main room anthem! "Wait A Second" has been getting a lot of play on Drumcode Radio of late. This rave inspired track takes a raw, stripped back approach and delivers a killer blow. Alan sampled the vocals of MC r1bbz from an LTJ Bukem tape pack from the early 90s and the record tips its cap to early jungle raves around the M25. The release closes with "Trance, Init?" a homage to Fitzpatrick's days as a raver before he became a DJ. The breakdown is sure to be a hands in the air moment at festivals all over the globe this summer.
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The Floor Mixes (limited hand-numbered blue vinyl 12" in hand-stamped sleeve)
Cat: MW 065. Rel: 19 Dec 17
  1. Five Times Of Dust - "Computer Bank" (The Floor mix) (7:12)
  2. Five Times Of Dust - "Armoured Car" (6:57)
  3. Unovidual & Tara Cross - "Like I Am, Comme Je Suis" (The Floor mix) (7:11)
  4. Unovidual & Tara Cross - "Imponative" (3:28)
Review: Thanks to the eternally revered Minimal Wave imprint, out of NYC, Mark Phillips and Robert Lawrence's Five Times Of Dust project is going through a bit of a revival. The duo had first released some post-punk cassettes back in the 80s, and they clearly have not been forgotten. On this new remix EP, "Computer Bank" is given a makeover in the form of a The Floor remix, who proceeds to add all sorts of quirkiness over the tune's tough, heavy bass and driving rhythm; "Armoured Car" breaks the 4/4 in favour of something much closer to the band's original drum machine style. Once again, on the flip, we have a remix of "Like I Am, Comme Je Suis" by The Floor, who throws up a gnarly electro bass onto shady, neo-romantic vocals, and the whole things is finished off by "Imponative" from Unovodual and Tara Cross, who produce a slow, heady industrial groove for the dancefloor.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan, Dj soFa
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Shelters (limited 140 gram blue vinyl 12")
Cat: URBLUE 003. Rel: 25 Nov 19
  1. KVFM (4:52)
  2. Free Play (5:05)
  3. Skins & Scales (4:49)
  4. Roundup (4:38)
  5. Retrotonic (6:35)
  6. Shelters (5:12)
Review: Fleck E.S.C has been doggedly flaunting his wares in the electronic underground for some time, with a mammoth back catalogue of robotic machine soul across low key digital labels as well as the likes of Electrix and Central Processing Unit. Now he glides over to Untitled Recs with some especially dynamic cuts that balance tricksy programming and the rudeness of electro funk with a more fluttering electronica sensibility that's heavy on emotion. Just check "Free Play" with its gorgeous interplay of varying synth tones locked into a melodious funk. There's a variety in grooves to be enjoyed here too, including the stepping stutter of "Skins & Scales" and the fractured patterns of the title track.
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Played by: Billy Nasty
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Cat: MPM 15. Rel: 16 Aug 13
  1. Altered Ego
  2. Confess
Review: ** FLOORPLAN REPRESS ** It's fair to say that this was one of the best Robert Hood moments in a while! Just two tracks but boy do they hit hard - "Altered Ego" is more brakey than the usual Hood bombs but he's kept the inimitable chords, all wailing and weaving their way through the beat. The real heat is on the flip however, where the nostalgic, rave-infused piano keys of "Confess" make for a certified classic! Is it Hood who influenced Shed on this sort of beat or the other way around? Who cares, it's bloody amazing!
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Floorplan V Mark Broom (white vinyl 12")
EPM
Cat: EPM 20V. Rel: 20 Feb 19
  1. Floorplan - "Never Grow Old" (Mark Broom dubplate mix) (5:38)
  2. Mark Broom - "Jungle" (5:21)
  3. Floorplan - "He Can Save You" (Re-Plant) (8:53)
Review: Some tip-top Transatlantic business here, as EPM Music brings together Motor City legend Robert Hood AKA Floorplan, and veteran UK techno producer Mark Broom. There's a treat on side A as Broom finally allows us access to one of his secret weapons: a previously dubplate-only remix he did of the Floorplan gospel-techno throbber "Never Grow Old". Broom's version is tough and percussive, but also makes great use of rumbling bass, restless organ stabs and glassy-eyed late night rave riffs. Broom's own techno jack-track "Jungle" - a blizzard of distorted percussion and wild electronic noises - opens side B, before Hood offers up a chunky "Re-Plant" of classic Floorplan roller "He Can Save You". It not only features spoken word preacher-man vocals, but also a mind-altering riff reminiscent of Lil' Louis classic "French Kiss".
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Apricot EP (12")
Cat: EXOTIC 005. Rel: 30 Jan 20
  1. Softest Moon (6:48)
  2. Magic Pebbles (8:37)
  3. Cross Antennae (6:31)
  4. Bronze Teeth (6:57)
Review: Seattle-based producer Taylor Hawkins is Flora FM, and now follows up his 2019 solo EPs Chaos Light and Mycelination with a new one on London label Exotic Robot. as always he brings curiousness to his electro, particularly on opener "Softest Moon". It has big breakbeats and sci-fi pads, but a whole eco system of little alien sounds that add real vitality to the beats. "Magic Pebbles" is another trippy and colourful cut with a soft acid bassline, "Cross Antennae" is slick and futuristic tackle and "Bronze Teeth" is an all out old school rave with bells, whistles, the lot.
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Cat: CAST 05. Rel: 12 Jun 17
  1. Luis Flores - "Track 1" (5:34)
  2. 138 - "Track 3" (5:42)
  3. Bas Mooy - "Track 2" (5:49)
  4. Ontal - "Track 4" (7:04)
Review: Current heroes of the industrial techno sound here tend to focus on the industrial side of things for The Cast Project: a vinyl affair from Los Angeles based on the collective sounds from a faction of artists. They are said to gather a few artists; each of them providing several unique audio samples, clips and/or field recordings that best define their sound. They then collect the samples from each artist and redistribute them to the artists as a master pack, at which point they create a unique track. First up fellow Los Angeleno Luis Flores delivers the grinding and guttural first offering, while 138 then delivers some impressive Autechre styled IDM on his/her effort. On the flip, Dutch terroriser Bas Mooy delivers a furious and powerful warehouse techno stormer that blows the doors off as always. Finally Serbian duo Ontal deliver some more of their typically contorted takes on techno.
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Cat: SECT 15. Rel: 26 Apr 13
  1. Phenomenal
  2. Phenomenal (Substance remix)
Review: As a staunch representative of Midwest techno since the mid-nineties, Fanon Flowers has always skirted on the periphery of the scene rather than getting placed on the pedestal many of his neighbours do, but this return to UK's Sect Records sees a further widening of his reach, with this particular record embracing his dub techno side with a cavernous chord deployment and plenty of metallic hits. Substance is on deadly form for the remix, trimming said chord down to a fine point and adding some welcome funk into the arrangement to a thoroughly engrossing end.
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Fun Fort (12")
Cat: MULEMUSIQ 239. Rel: 13 May 19
  1. Fun Fort (7:09)
  2. In Your Wardrobe (part 2) (8:15)
Review: For its 15th year anniversary, Mule Musiq will release twelve 12" by close artists, with collectable artwork by Stefan Marx. The seventh edition presented here is by the label's 'hero' Roman Flugel, who presents his debut single for the label. Quite possibly named after the legendary producer's hometown, "Fun Fort" sees the man from Frankfurt deliver two emotive and hypnotic journeys on this two tracker: the title track on the A side transmits some seriously good vibes with its bouncy bassline and catchy blips and bleeps, plus an infectious shuffle throughout. On the flip, he goes further down the spiral on the moody dub techno excursion of "In Your Wardrobe (Part 2)" where long, drawn out dub chords lurk beneath some dusty late night jazz bar sounds.
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Cat: ORKL 07. Rel: 10 Aug 16
  1. Verschiebung 1 (7:26)
  2. Verschiebung 2 (6:31)
  3. Verschiebung 3 (5:08)
  4. Verschiebung 4 (3:45)
Review: 2016 marks two decades since Roman Flugel made his debut. It says much about the productive, genre-straddling German that he retains the desire to do things differently after all these years. Verscheibung is his first EP of 2016, and arrives for the rather fine Die Orakel label overseen by LARJ's Oliver Hafenbauer. The four tracks are split between stripped-back techno and druggy, off-piste ambient (the bubbly, post-party weirdness of closer "Track 4"). The most obviously floor-friendly cut opens the EP, with Flugel layering wonky, minor key melody lines over a dense but minimalist groove. Elsewhere, check the Villalobos-ish strangeness of "Track 3", and the druggy, pitched-down experimental throb of "Track 2".
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Shat Pop (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: LWKMUS 008. Rel: 28 Jan 19
  1. Shat Pop (Saldes mix) (5:58)
  2. Shat Pop (Flood1 remix) (6:03)
  3. Shat Pop (Electro mix) (5:52)
  4. Shat Pop (Ambient mix) (5:54)
Review: Lustwerk Music presents a mysterious new entity known simply as The Fock. With little to no background information, this record stakes its own claim within the Galcher-verse by offering up a range of mixes of "Shat Pop." The "Saldes Mix" is a proper immersion heater of cerebral techno, while the nervy, stomping "Flood1 Remix" is credited to White Material regular Young Male. The "Electro Mix" has a squelchy, boogie-inflected palette offset by woozy atmospherics, and the "Ambient Mix" unsurprisingly does away with the drums and drifts in limbo with a disembodied tannoy announcement for company.
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Played by: Secretsundaze
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Un (12" in die-cut sleeve)
Cat: HOOD 004. Rel: 26 Sep 18
  1. Un (7:51)
  2. Wait (6:08)
  3. Reshape (7:21)
  4. Functional (6:48)
Review: Over the course of his short career to date, Forest Drive West producer Joe Baker has developed a trademark sound that gleefully mixes and mangles elements of techno, post-dubstep bass music and vintage jungle. That trademark sound is naturally at the heart of the producer's first outing on Neighbourhood, from the smooth, spacey and slightly creepy hypnotism of opener "Un", to the deep space electronics and jazzy, off-kilter rhythms of EP highlight "Reshape". It can be heard, too, on the locked-in peak-time techno of 12" closer "Functional" and within the delay-laden blacksmith's percussion hits, moody bass and body-jacking kick-drum beat of the mind-altering "Wait". Supported by Etapp Kyle, Sigha, Ben Sims, JP Enfant - this will go fast, don't wait!
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Cat: ECHOCHORD 084. Rel: 15 Jan 20
  1. Creation Dub (5:49)
  2. Drift (6:26)
  3. Parallel Space (6:40)
  4. Parallel Space (Conforce remix) (8:01)
Review: Renowned since his Livity Sound days for delivering complex rhythms, heavy basslines and intricate electronics, Forest Drive West pitches up on Echochord with a deliciously spaced-out EP that explores the dub techno side of his multi-faceted musical persona. He eases us in gently via head-in-the-clouds opener "Creation Dub", a hypnotic, eyes-closed affair rich in slow broken techno rhythms and echoing Deepchord synths, before delivering the sparse, minimalist dub techno fuzz of "Drift". Side B is all about "Parallel Space", with Forest Drive West's metallic, Livity Sound-esque original mix - think broken techno meets dub techno - being paired with a Conforce remix that re-imagines it as an ear-pleasing slice of rolling dub techno positivity.
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Sky Birds of Ki (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: NR 002. Rel: 13 Jan 20
  1. Pulser (9:12)
  2. Sky Birds Of Ki (7:32)
  3. Beyond Sector 9 (8:00)
Review: After first emerging in 2018, hitherto unknown London name The Forgotten Man returns for a second EP on their own noctu recordings, delving into the arcane language of intricate machine soul spanning the deeper end of techno and electro. The EP opens up with "Pulser", an uplifting, acid tinged 4/4 jam with resplendent synth work spilling out of every pore. "Sky Birds Of Ki" takes a more broken rhythm template, but keeps the effervescent melodic content squarely in the foreground. "Beyond Sector 9" takes things cool and intricate, capturing a little of the magic you'd expect from classic Metamatics in the process.
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Played by: G-Prod
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Peer Pressure EP (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: SCN 008. Rel: 15 Jun 15
  1. Peer Pressure
  2. Peer Pressure (Daniel Andreasson mix)
  3. For No One
  4. Raptures
  5. The Push
Review: The Peer Pressure EP from the under-rated Mark Forshaw finds Scenery Records once again highlighting the rich strain of local production talent in the Liverpool area. Involved in the Merseyside scene since the '90s, Forshaw has released on labels like Mathematics, Tabernacle and Apartment and is also a member of Phantom Planet Outlaws with John Heckle and Binny. If you've checked Forshaw's prior output you will be happy with Peer Pressure as soon as the grubby, jacked up house of the title track hits its groove, with his four other cuts heading down a similarly unpredictable path. Kudos to Scenery for seeking out Swedish producer Daniel Andreasson to remix the title track too! This is another no nonsense EP from Scenery that is lovably rugged and unpredictably creative.
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Witch Hazel (coloured vinyl 12")
Cat: ADEPTH 012. Rel: 10 Sep 18
  1. Witch Hazel (9:23)
  2. Navigator (7:01)
  3. Witch Hazel (Nomadico remix) (5:53)
  4. Crossing The Boundary (7:27)
Review: A new aDepth audio record featuring Canadian Rennie Foster, including a remix of Nomadico (DJ Dex/Underground Resistance).
The title track Witch Hazel is a 9 minute long track with no breakdown and a minimal approach to arrangement, with organic elements cycling in and out subtly rather than obviously beginning and ending. A rolling half time, tribal groove drives the power of the track with a haunting vocal sample and layers of percussion creating a heady, polyrhythmic hypnosis on the dance floor. Not since Rennie's well known Devil's Water has he presented such an overtly occult offering as this extremely finely crafted EP, and this song represents the initial seduction of the record to the listener very effectively.
The second track, Navigator, is a drum machine driven workout, again with a polyrhythmic and tribal vibe, this time drenched in a rich, holographic pad that morphs and moves in unexpected ways. Minimalistic in presentation, this track is bass heavy and functional for the DJ, yet artistic and emotional.
The Nomadico remix by DJ Dex of Underground Resistance takes the elements of Witch Hazel and re-constructs them in a futuristic style with a more driving kick and molten Detroit attitude. A heavier techno approach to the piece, but still intact is the melancholic atmosphere of the original and siren song of the vocal sample. This mix includes a dramatic breakdown and unique arrangement familiar to fans of Nomadico's awesome Yaxteq label.
The last track on the EP is called Crossing The Boundary is possibly the only track in this style to sample distorted vocals usually associated with black metal, making this a very unique, perhaps polarizing, experiment in sound. Evocative of the desolation of deep space and suggestive of sonic dark matter. This track combines Rennie's singular approach to dub techno with ambient and drone music and the result is like nothing else currently in existence.
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Played by: Leah Floyeurs, G-Prod
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Techno Soul Vol 2 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DW 0014. Rel: 10 Dec 18
  1. Route 88 (6:29)
  2. Pass The Butter (5:48)
Review: Eddie Fowlkes is back on his Detroit Wax label with more forthright jams that show off his distinctive approach to techno. As one of the originators of the sound, it's only logical he knows how to do this stuff properly. "Route 88" is a seductive, muscular piece with bold lead lines and a constant, driving rhythm section, while "Pass The Butter" takes a deeper route without losing the finely balanced and rich arrangement approach that his sound is built on. This is fully realised, classily executed Motor City machine soul from a man who helped define the culture.
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Techno Soul Vol 1 (180 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: DW 0013. Rel: 23 Jul 18
  1. Give It Up For My DJ
  2. Love Works
Review: Eddie Fowlkes is one of Detroit's finest, still working doggedly to push his own distinct spin on the Motor City sound. He's taking no prisoners on this latest 12" on his own Detroit Wax label, bringing a tough and righteous rhythm to the foreground on "Give It Up For My DJ" with some of those head-spinning melodic flourishes that are his trademark. "Love Works" is a crooked groover that piles the bass on generously and keeps the swing up high - if this one doesn't get bodies jerking then nothing will. No-one does it quite like Fowlkes, and he's on impeccable form here.
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Cat: DE 109. Rel: 01 Mar 16
  1. Sudden Haircut (9:55)
  2. Synthfrilla (5:21)
  3. Synthgok (7:00)
  4. First Glimt I Ogat (6:41)
Review: Dark Entries are simply a good record label, enough said. However, we will give you a touch of context on this latest killer, a four-tracker by the mythical Frak trio, still wearing their aluminium hats after twenty years of head-banging. "Sudden Haircut" has been recorded exclusively for the label, and it's a delicious techno lick with a crescendo of XOXBOX acid, while both "Synthfrilla" and "Synthgok" were recorded in 2010, and have previously appeared on the much coveted Sex Tags Mania label out of Bergen, Norway - both essential bangers. The finale is in the shape of "First Glimt I Ogat", another of Frak's classic drum-led house weavers that works both on its own and mixed into just about anything. Recommended gear - be quick!
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Realismo (12")
Cat: BORFT 125. Rel: 03 Jun 15
  1. Nerve Netting (9:44)
  2. Progressive Latitude (7:29)
  3. Major Attack (7:23)
Review: Frak must be amongst the most consistent artists in techno. Some 26 years after launching their Borft Records imprint, they're still churning out bizarre 12" exercises in grotty Scandinavian techno, with very little sign of their notoriously high quality threshold slipping. Realismo delivers three more winding, twisting analogue treats, kicking off with ten-minutes of mid tempo, acid-flecked, heads-down freakery (the brilliantly icy, but also strangely intense "Nerve Netting"). "Progressive Lattitude" is a little fuzzier and more distorted, but explores similar sonic territory. Things get more hectic on closer "Major Attack", which is a typically wild interpretation of acid house with additional razor-sharp electronics.
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Congestion (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: GFEP 05. Rel: 21 Oct 19
  1. Starter Pack (8:51)
  2. Congestion (6:18)
  3. Bruhn Agitation (6:21)
Review: Swedish outliers Frak have been on rampant form recently, channelling their 30-plus years of machine battering into material that stands up to demands of the contemporary scene with ease. "Starter Pack" is a muscular workout with a choice selection of gnarly synth lines, while "Congestion" has some wiggly filter sweeping and the off-kilter acid freakery you'd expect from the Scandinavian techno heroes. "Bruhn Agitation" takes things slower and meaner, leading you into a dungeon of deviant techno delights. Totally workable and yet still undeniably different, Frak continue to be a treasure for those who like their machine music rugged and raw.
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Diseases (12")
Cat: FMR 001. Rel: 25 Apr 17
  1. Span Clarity (8:26)
  2. Cromos Fraction (7:05)
  3. Imagined Rash (6:18)
Review: Legendary techno and electro duo Frak jump up on Madrid's newest label, the enigmatically named Femur. This is great news for us - and you - because we still believe that these two make just about the best, and rawest, dance music available over the shop counter, and we're endlessly fascinated by their altruistic take on the perennially pleasing 4/4 formula. In fact, it would be fair to say that "Span Clarity" spreads much further than the inevitable four-to-the-floor, and we're faced with a classic slice of rolling Frak-funk, driven by harsh snare drums and wonky analogue melodies. The B-side kicks off the moodier, more menacing hooks and bass stabs of the Detroitian "Cromos Faction", a killer of a tune that melts effortlessly into the bleeps and gargles of the utterly nutty groove named "Imagined Rash". Rough, effective and bound to destroy the floor...
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  1. France 98 - "July 7" (6:57)
  2. Walid - "Human Injection" (Western World mix) (6:13)
  3. Hank Rideau - "Tape 1" (5:10)
Review: Seuil's Eklo imprint returns, riding the post minimal wave of electro-techno on this fine three tracker by various artists. The Unknown Cities Of Gold Vol 1 is the first release from the Paris based imprint in 2018 thus far, and features the mysterious France 98 (a member of Tearss) who delivers a deeply meditative bleep techno excursion on "July 7" following the tradition of B12. We're loving Walid's trippy retro-tech jam "Human Injection" (Western World mix), which is the kind of track you'd hear at a Berlin party like Libertine or Melliflow alike. On the flip, it's TB-303 vs SP 1200 on the deep down and dirty "Tape 1".
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Ways Of The Sun (12") (1 per customer)
Cat: DPC 0711. Rel: 24 Jan 19
  1. Ways Of The Sun (Jimi Jules remix) (8:23)
  2. Ways Of The Sun (Peter Kruder Into The Black Hole remix) (7:22)
  3. Ways Of The Sun (Manuel Fischer remix) (8:38)
  4. Ways Of The Sun (Armitage remix) (6:43)
Review: Second time round for the much-loved "Ways Of The Sun", Frankey and Sandrino's 2015 collaboration with vocalist La Oberg. This time, there's no original mix to admire, but rather a quartet of fresh remixes. Jimi Jules steps up first, wrapping dubbed-out synth splashes and La Oberg's evocative vocal around a loose and languid dub disco-meets-deep house groove, before Peter Kruder re-imagines the track as an acid bass-propelled chunk of analogue deep house goodness. Over on side B, Manuel Fischer dishes up a sunrise-ready organic tech-house take while Armitage slams down a loopy and hypnotic peak-time revision that subtly builds throughout.
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Played by: Evan Michael
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Northern Axe Scent (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: ANALOG 44. Rel: 29 May 18
  1. Freddy Fresh (Modulator) - "Dazed"
  2. Freddy Fresh (Modulator) - "Whirlybird"
  3. Paul Mix & Freddy Fresh - "Gates"
Review: US veteran and all round champion of any genre he turns his hand to, Freddy Fresh is still immersed in the game and slinging out essential jams at a rate of knots. He dons his Modulator guise for two tracks on this latest 12", keeping things decidedly raw and letting the machines do the talking. This is stripped back robot music, all primal drum machine rhythms and errant synth bleeps for synthetic souls. On the B side Fresh represses a track produced in collaboration with Paul Mix, which was originally released back in 1996. It's not hard to see why it's so in demand on the second hand market - a spellbinding slice of ambient techno from the golden era of the genre.
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Played by: Skudge, Tr One
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Panorama (hand-stamped 12")
Cat: FDF 008. Rel: 29 May 18
  1. CRM (radio mix) (8:26)
  2. NML (4:48)
  3. PRS (5:49)
Review: Aside from a few early EPs by the likes of Sven Weiseman or Nyra, among others, the Freund Der Familie imprint, run out of Berlin, has mainly featured the label's two head honchos, Klaus Rakete and Mirko Hunger. The experienced duo return to our shelves with the sublime sounds of "CRM (radio mix)", a slow but rich house nugget with a dubwise techno aesthetic, followed by "NML" and its cavernous folds of sound, along with the more break-friendly dispositions of "PRS", the EP's electro swinger.
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Played by: Ben Sims
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Yek (12")
Cat: NONPLACE 044. Rel: 14 Nov 17
  1. Yek 128-12 (4:48)
  2. Yek 64-11 (3:17)
  3. Yek 132-11 (4:34)
  4. Yek 122-12 (4:40)
Review: Mohammad Reza Mortazavi is the perfect companion to Burnt Friedman's steely, minimalistic shades of broken dub techno. The Iranian percussionist comes as a surprise addition to the Nonplace catalogue, but he certainly makes for an even more cerebral drumming experience than the already off-kilter world of Friedman's tunes. Both the A-side's mixes of "Yek" are just on the right side of dark, combining Eastern influences together with colder, more industrial executions from the West. On the B-side, we have a similarly frenetic experience, where metallic drums collide with deep baselines and polyrhythmic flows spanning the full circle. Well, this might just be our favourite Nonplace yet!
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Variant (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: 12MUTE 525. Rel: 08 Dec 14
  1. Venter (Evian Christ TF 12" mix)
  2. Venter (Dutch E Germ remix)
  3. Venter (HTRK remix)
  4. No Sorrowing (Kangding Ray remix)
  5. Nolan (Regis Self Medicating edit)
Review: With Ben Frost's Aurora album amongst many people's end of year lists, Mute draw together a selection of remixers for this Variant 12" whose collective reputation is every bit as impressive. You really aren't ready for this line up. First up, you got Evian Christ's broken, pseudo-bass version; next, Dutch E Germ transforms the original into a broken, swinging bundle of percussion; while HTRK delivers a fine concoction of steely drum machine licks and kicks on their slower remix. On the flip it's all about the floor, where Kangding Ray calls all the ravers and dishes out the techno servings on his mutation of "No Sorrows", whereas Downwards boss and Birmingham techno pioneer Regis turns up with a hollow, muscled roller for the late hours. All in all, a pretty banging affair.
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Track Six (12")
Cat: ES 015. Rel: 18 Sep 19
  1. FSOM - "Track Six" (5:43)
  2. Andy Rantzen - "Harmonic Eye" (4:17)
Review: Melbourne-based Efficient Space continue to plunder the vaults of their local electronic music legacy on their latest release. Indeed it's a rather parochial affair on the A side which features Future Sound Of Melbourne - an electronic group comprised of Davide Carbone, Josh Abrahams and Steve Robbins. Each respective artist went on to achieve considerable success with their solo efforts afterwards - Abrahams in particular finding mainstream success on the pop drum'n' bass anthem "Addicted To Bass" in the late '90s. Their offering "Track Six" is a true zeitgeist of early '90s techno that takes the best aspects of US and European sounds of the time. On the flip, Sydney legend Andy Rantzen (of duo Itch-E and Scratch-E (along with Paul Mac)) offers up the fairly minimal and hypnotic jam "Harmonic Eye".
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Eyes Glide Through The Oxide (heavyweight vinyl double 12") (1 per customer)
Cat: TTT 077. Rel: 02 Jul 19
  1. Eyes Glide Through The Oxide (5:03)
  2. Joyride To My Inside (6:34)
  3. Earth Queen Voice (9:16)
  4. Call Super - "The Mess" (7:29)
  5. Fluenka's Song (7:38)
Review: Berlin-based British producer Joe Seaton dons the Onno Fudd alias once again, following up a couple of releases on Will Bankhead's The Trilogy Tapes label - namely 2016's terrific Blue Dot EP. Five deep and meditative cuts that merge classic house/techno flavours with IDM and ambient aesthetics - all with a modern experimental twist. We are loving the floaty and entrancing drifter that is the title track, the driving EBM style arpeggio that is central to the epic groove of "Joyride To My Inside" and the hypnotic heads down bounce of "Earth Queen Voice". On the flip, he even dons his more popular Call Super alias for the Rhythim Is Rhythim-ish vibe of "The Mess".
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Ben Sims pres Tribology Sampler 4 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: MachineSampler 004. Rel: 10 Dec 18
  1. Function - "Introversion" (4:46)
  2. Psyk - "Voyager" (6:17)
  3. Truncate - "Rings" (5:23)
  4. Blasha & Allatt - "Broughton 93" (6:04)
Review: The fourth sampler from Ben Sims' mammoth Tribology mix features another four of the must-have exclusives from this crucial document of contemporary techno. Function leads the way with "Introversion", a spooky and sleekly designed deep driver marked out by thin slithers of displaced vocal. Tripeo plays the opposite tact with a bright and bold synth hook front and centre of the mix on "Sequoia", and then Truncate trickles down a pattering array of drum machine rhythms and fluttering melodic chimes on the stunning "Rings." Blasha & Allatt bring the tough stuff to the B2 with the jacked up energy of "Broughton 93" - their debut appearance no less and a very strong one at that.
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Cat: ARTLESS 2199. Rel: 14 Mar 07
  1. Untitled
  2. Falling Leaves
Review: Artless Records serves us a brilliant two tracker from this up and coming producer, Marko Furstenberg. Mr Furstenberg shows us with this track his massive Berlin/chain reaction influence. Dubby, deep chording at its best!
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Played by: Jay Hill
 in stock $7.44
  1. Endless Blue (Crystal Solutions Treatment) (8:06)
  2. Cross Dissolve (Kirk Degiorgio remix) (6:24)
  3. Cross Disolve (Steven Rutter (B12) remix) (4:37)
  4. Mourning (Hardway Bros remix) (7:53)
  5. Diagram (Lee Grainge remix) (6:45)
  6. Machines Can Help (Terrace remix) (6:31)
Review: To follow up last year's fine retrospective marking 21 years of Future Beat Alliance productions, main man Matthew Puffett has decided to get some key back catalogue tracks remixed. The line-up of production talent involved is hugely impressive and the resultant reworks similarly inspired. Highlights include a slow, bubbly and spacey ambient techno version of "Cross Disolve" [sic] by B12 man Steve Rutter, the chugging electronic psychedelia of the Hardway Brothers' take on "Mourning", and Kirk Degiorgio's driving, modular-sounding analogue techno revision of "Cross Dissolve", which is wonderfully intense and full-throttle in tone. Elsewhere, Lee Grainge's drifting, dub techno inspired revision of "Diagram" is well worth a listen, as is the new beat-esque tweak of "Endless Blue" by Crystal Solutions.
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Played by: ISOUL8 (Volcov)
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