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Under The Conditions
Under The Conditions (gatefold 2xLP)
Cat: SS 083/84. Rel: 10 Nov 21
  1. Under The Conditions (4:34)
  2. 72nd & Oglesby (6:30)
  3. 88th & Luella (4:27)
  4. Runaway Train Trax (6:18)
  5. Baby Said To Me (5:36)
  6. Bismarck Nite (4:16)
  7. Say It (5:55)
  8. Determination Practice (6:02)
Review: LeRon Carson is one of the many unheralded but still legendary producers out of the American Midwest. His next move takes him to Theo Parrish's mighty Sound Signature for a new album of his textbook dusty drums and lived-in house grooves. Of course, they are all linked in some way, left of centre of experimental in how they are assembled. That's the case right from the off with the scruffy drums and twanging synth lead of 'Under The Conditions.' What sounds like a speech from Martin Luther King is sampled on '72nd & Oglesby' over a sweet of raw, tense beats and elsewhere the bittersweet synths of 'Bismarck Nite' strike a different but equally powerful note.
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 in stock $38.91
Homegrown Dubs
Homegrown Dubs (180 gram marbled vinyl 12")
Cat: LPY 01. Rel: 15 Nov 21
  1. Bubble Up (5:20)
  2. Go With The Flow (7:05)
  3. Two Foot Terrorist (7:20)
  4. Straight To The Back (6:18)
Review: The Lempuyang label gets off to a strong start by inviting one of the dons of dubby minimal techno to lay down some peerless material. Steve O'Sullivan's Bluetrain moniker is revered by anyone who knows their onions in the annals of UK techno, and he's on imperious form as the Homegrown Dubs EP fires up with the gaseous chord drops of 'Bubble Up'. 'Go With The Flow' is a sleeker, more uptempo affair with a snappy beat to appeal to the DJs out there, while 'Two Foot Terrorist' maintains the pace with some deeper metallic ink bursts for variation. 'Straight To The Back' channels the billowing tones of the A1 into a more groove-oriented form in case you want the tick of the hi-hat to steady your sea legs.
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 in stock $11.67
Transient Love EP
Transient Love EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EYA 015. Rel: 22 Nov 21
  1. Hi-Z (6:18)
  2. Warming Feel (6:21)
  3. Impulse (6:30)
  4. Onset (6:37)
Review: Here comes D.A.B., aka Sonodab or J.E.D. Tape, with some fierce new wares for the ever-excellent EYA label. There's a tough 90s tint to 'Hi-Z', thanks in no small part to a chunky bass riff which borders on industrial. 'Warming Feel' edges a little more towards trance, at least that early Frankfurt version of it, in the psyched-out FX that pepper this largely drum-oriented track. 'Impulse' kicks off the B-side with another slice of upferrit rave tackle that puts all the emphasis on the punch of the drums and a bass that'll hook you right in. 'Onset' may be the B2 but it doesn't let up on the pressure, dropping some more of that muscular fare that makes EYA records such a sure shot for those hot and sweaty peaks of a proper party.
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 in stock $12.78
Synaesthetic (2xLP + insert)
Cat: RD 004. Rel: 15 Nov 21
  1. Spacehopper (10:23)
  2. Pleidean Communication (7:22)
  3. Bathdub (11:23)
  4. The Calling (5:06)
  5. Hypnosystem (11:13)
  6. Lighten Up! (6:37)
  7. Warehouse 5am (9:27)
  8. Aquasonic (8:25)
Review: The recent resurgence in interest in mid 1990s ambient techno has been one of the most positive trends of recent times, primarily because it has resulted in reissues of some long-forgotten and genuinely overlooked gems. A Positive Life's sophomore album Synaethetic, which was originally released by Beyond Records in 1994, falls into that category. Offering a suitably intergalactic, heady blend of undulating, psychedelic acid lines, ambient sound washes, bubbly beats, far-sighted sounds and stretched-out epics, it's an album that's as close to the original ambient techno blueprint as you're likely to find. If you love that style, it's a genuine must-have.
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Played by: Subb-an
 in stock $28.35
20Hz (clear vinyl 12")
Cat: RS 20HZ. Rel: 19 Nov 21
  1. 20Hz (6:40)
  2. Didn't I (5:29)
  3. For The Soul, Body & Mind (6:05)
 in stock $13.06
Still Slipping
Cat: XL 1188LP. Rel: 13 Aug 21
  1. Dad & Frankie (2:37)
  2. Sparko (feat Herron) (2:14)
  3. Swag (feat Kav, James Massiah & Bathe) (3:55)
  4. Better (feat Lea Sen) (5:10)
  5. Bernard? (3:49)
  6. Runnersz (2:29)
  7. 'Rraine (feat Edna) (3:36)
  8. Glorious Amateurs (3:21)
  9. S Gets Jaded (1:16)
  10. Froth Sipping (3:00)
  11. Layer 6 (4:31)
  12. In Drink (2:52)
  13. Playground (feat Goya Gumbani) (2:55)
  14. Born Slipping (feat Tyson) (4:39)
Review: It may have taken a while - his massive debut single 'Hyph Mngo' was released 12 years ago - but Joy Orbison has finally got round to recording his debut album. It's a highly personal affair, peppered with speech snippets from various family members (including his mum, dad, sister, cousins and famous uncle, Ray Keith). It's a narrative device that works well, providing a unifying thread throughout a woozy, musically eclectic concoction that sees the now veteran UK producer give his distinct spin on ambient, slow house, two-step garage, deep house, post-dubstep beats, dubbed-out soundscapes, British bass music, experimental electronica, cutting-edge deep D&B and much more besides. It's perhaps not the all-out assault on the dancefloor some may have expected, but it is a genuinely brilliant and entertaining album.

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 in stock $17.24
Julius Caeser
Cat: NS 35. Rel: 17 Nov 21
  1. Julius Ceaser (9:03)
  2. Years Of Your Life (9:11)
Review: Novel Sound main man Levon Vincent returns to follow up a slew of releases this year, namely the terrific Enchanted Cosmos EP from a few months ago. On the A side of this one, you have the emotive and contemplative deepness of 'Julius Cease ' and its utterly hypnotic melody playing centre stage. Turn over to hear the dense bass and stirring drums on the sweaty basement jam 'Years Of Your Life' that's definitely on a vibe not too dissimilar from his 2009 classic 'Double Jointed Sex Freak'.
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Played by: Skudge, Dustin Zahn
 in stock $12.78
Boavista (trifold 180 gram vinyl 4xLP in lenticular sleeve)
Cat: HERZBLUT 553. Rel: 17 Nov 21
  1. Earth (7:30)
  2. LLL (6:52)
  3. Boavista (7:35)
  4. Cooper Station (8:18)
  5. Astronautin (7:31)
  6. Infinite Monkey (7:12)
  7. Isaac (6:52)
  8. Ataraxia (7:17)
  9. Dune (7:31)
  10. Colllider (7:15)
  11. Nothing Like You (feat Luna Semara) (8:16)
  12. Spacetime Hero (7:52)
  13. Breathe (feat Luna Semara) (6:58)
  14. Trancoso (7:20)
  15. River (4:06)
  16. Theory Of Everything (5:43)
  17. Rose (5:41)
Review: Techno sorcerer Stephan Bodzin returns with his latest LP. In the last year, he glanced over unfinished material in his musical archive, and while spending time in Brazil, he selected 17 favourites and completed them to present on this album titled Boavista. With the aim of painting 'musical pictures that conjure up very real emotions in the listener', it features the typical style of dancefloor drama you have come to expect from the German producer such as the saucer-eyed epic 'Lil', or the strobe-lit rush of 'Astronautin' to the oncoming sunset euphoria of 'Nothing Like You' (feat Luna Semara) and the bittersweet affair River' towards the end.
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 in stock $51.14
Root Stalk Leaf & Bloom
  1. Root (8:17)
  2. Stalk (9:52)
  3. Leaf (9:54)
  4. Bloom (9:27)
 in stock $21.96
Cat: MODE 05. Rel: 19 Nov 21
  1. Consortium 0.1 (6:14)
  2. Consortium 0.2 (6:38)
  3. Consortium 0.3 (7:29)
  4. Consortium 0.4 (7:15)
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Futureboogie Compilation 10 2
Cat: FBRLP 002. Rel: 09 Nov 21
  1. Francesca Mackay - "Desire" (6:26)
  2. Tech Support - "Writers Block" (6:59)
  3. Natural Sugars - "Wormholes" (6:22)
  4. Warehouse Preservation Society - "Ron's House" (feat Dan Hastie) (4:37)
  5. Ponty Mython - "I Summoned Rick" (6:29)
  6. Rodion - "Morti DFame" (6:28)
  7. Maia Lee - "Less But Better" (6:12)
  8. Manami - "Narcos Is" (5:39)
  9. James Welsh - "Times Square" (5:44)
  10. Theus Mago & Jepe - "Thief Of Time" (7:15)
  11. Chez De Milo - "Need Someone" (6:10)
  12. N-GYNN - "Dutch-E" (6:40)
  13. Kams - "All In Your Mind" (5:12)
  14. The Robinson - "Scream" (6:11)
  15. Lauer - "Offset Pat" (6:21)
  16. Zakmina - "Driving To Nostalgia" (5:34)
  17. DJ Nature - "Goin' On" (6:46)
  18. Toby Tobias - "Trippy Steve" (Fantastic Man dub) (5:51)
  19. Hard Ton - "Don't Believe The Hype" (4:58)
Review: After a decade of the label - and 20 years of putting on parties under the name - Dave Harvey has decided to call time on Futureboogie. He's retiring the brand in style, though, via a triple-vinyl compilation featuring a wealth of unheard material from regular contributors and friends of the family. Given the wealth of high-grade material on show, singling out highlights is tough, but our current favourites include the echoing,'80s alternative pop-meets-proto house dubbiness of Tech Support's 'Writers Block', the alien synths, glassy-eyed stabs and bustling electro drums of Warehouse Preservation Society's 'Ron's House', the kaleidoscopic house psychedelia of Manami's 'Nacros.Is', the bleeping, drug-fuelled oddness of Chez De Milo's 'Need Someone' and the breakbeat-acid insanity of Hard Ton's 'Don't Believe The Hype'.
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 in stock $27.79
Your Own Power
Your Own Power (limited clear vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: NAFF 014CLEAR. Rel: 15 Nov 21
  1. Winged (3:52)
  2. Oyl (6:50)
  3. Shkrub (4:07)
  4. Color Me (9:04)
  5. 2-9-1 (4:37)
  6. The Tower (feat Ex-Terrestrial) (3:18)
  7. The Village (5:02)
  8. Your Own Power (7:53)
  9. Liminal (5:28)
Review: Montreal maven Priori's continued rush of beautifully rendered club magic manifests in a new album on the NAFF label he co-steers with Ex-Terrestrial. As you may well expect by now, his approach balances beauteous ambient passages full of advanced synthesis with delicate techno and rolling broken beat, imbued with a sense of warmth and playfulness but never at the expense of the music's emotional depth. Stand-out moments on Your Own Power include slowly unfurling downtempo bliss-out 'Shkrub' and the brooding, cerebral passages of 'The Village', but truthfully the whole album plays out in a cascade of immaculate production and heartwarming composition. The NAFF gear always flies out, so don't sleep on this one.
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Played by: Subb-an
 in stock $23.34
Linguistic EP
  1. Structure (4:12)
  2. Polychrome (5:50)
  3. Transient (5:01)
  4. Organic (4:06)
Review: Head Front Panel aka John Heckle is up next on new Clone sub label 'Repetitive Rhythm Research with his Phonetic EP. It has been described as "relentless, heady, analogue techno. Rooted firmly in 90's dark basements" and that's fairly on point. The frantic, syncopated rhythms of A side cut 'Structure' are reminiscent of early Purposemaker material, while the raw and direct impact minimalism of 'Polychrome' or 'Organic' over on the flip would make even the likes of Regis or Surgeon stand up and notice. Tip!
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 in stock $9.99
Dimensions I
Cat: SUSH 56. Rel: 27 Sep 21
  1. From East To West (feat Soela) (7:11)
  2. Triple Distilled (feat Brawther) (6:05)
  3. Take It (feat Ben Buitendijk) (6:30)
  4. Spirit Funk (feat Thomas Melchior) (6:08)
  5. Dark At Five (feat SIT) (7:35)
  6. Just One More Thing (feat Lawrence) (6:52)
  7. Interference (feat Christopher Ledger) (6:52)
  8. Closer (feat Ricardo Villalobos) (7:45)
Review: Steve O'Sullivan has been a prolific collaborator around the deep techno and minimal scene for a long time now, and he really hammers that point home with this expansive new project on Sushitech. Across eight tracks, the Mosaic maestro teams up with artists ranging from premier league titans like Ricardo Villalobos and Brawther through to emergent talents such as Soela and Ben Buitendijk. Each guest artist brings their particular slant to their track, but O'Sullivan's overarching deepness is the glue that binds the release together in a swirl of dubby pads. The results are consistently classy, but you knew that already right?
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 in stock $20.00
Feuerfalter Part 2
Feuerfalter Part 2 (gatefold turquoise splattered vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: HHMA 0253. Rel: 24 Nov 21
  1. Puki (7:14)
  2. Anthurie (7:30)
  3. Prisma (7:53)
  4. Spacecraft To Mars (9:48)
  5. Push It (9:18)
  6. Vampire (8:46)
  7. Lonely Planet (9:15)
  8. Purple Noise (9:02)
  9. In Memory Of Love (7:14)
Review: Both editions of Boris Brejcha's Feuerfalter album were released back in 2013 & 2014 respectively, and are now available again on vinyl through Frankfurt's Harthouse. The masked crusader from southern Germany coins his style as 'high-tech minimal' and that's certainly one way to describe the material on Part Two as well. Opening with the deep and slinky 'Puki', followed by the trippy afterhours sound of the mid noughties on 'Prisma', then injecting some electro vibes into the dancefloor drama of 'Push It' and getting seriously maximal on the head rush inducing 'Purple Noise'
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 in stock $31.69
DnA (Re)sequenced
Cat: ESOL 019. Rel: 16 Nov 21
  1. Holographic (Carl Craig Ride Or Die anthem) (7:18)
  2. (Re)Evolution (Jon Dixon remix) (7:01)
  3. Second Wave (Steve Rachmad remix) (6:12)
  4. Universal Language (Claude Young remix) (5:35)
  5. Immersion (Stephen Brown remix) (6:47)
  6. Second Wave (John Beltran Pan Am remix) (7:44)
  7. Second Wave (Stephen Lopkin remix) (6:52)
  8. Metamorphosis (Shawn Rudiman remix) (6:17)
Review: Vince Watson released the DnA album in 2019, and now he's revisiting it for a bumper remix package from a frankly dizzying cadre of producers. First up is Carl Craig, who takes 'Ride Or Die' in predictably epic, soaring directions before Jon Dixon lays his ebullient, melodious touch over '(RE)volution'. Steve Rachmad whips up a tight and punchy strain of techno while re-versioning 'Second Wave', and Claude Young takes a delicate approach to 'Universal Language'. Stephen Brown creates a brooding, Detroit indebted mood on his mix of 'Immersion', John Beltran goes predictably far out with 'Second Wave' before Stephen Lopkin's own dreamy, sky-scraping take on the track. Shawn Rudiman completes this all-star cast with a supercharged, uplifting techno workout as he re-interprets 'Metamorphosis'. If you like classically-informed techno, you can't pass up this sterling package.
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Played by: Per Bojsen-Moller
 in stock $23.91
Acid King
Acid King (12")
Cat: FOM 3. Rel: 21 Oct 21
  1. Acid King (Full Tilt mix) (10:43)
  2. Acid King (vox) (1:58)
  3. Acid King (FUSE Bass dub) (5:47)
  4. Acid King (bonus beats) (2:52)
Review: Richie Hawtin will also be intrinsically linked to techno from across many different eras. He pioneer the minimal sound, was a master of acid, and more recently took tech to the bog room masses. This series finds the Minus boss and constant innovator reconnecting with the dance floor after last year's Time Warps EP. He kicks this one off with the 303 introspections of 'Acid King' (Full Tilt Mix) before offering up a dark and intense Vox version. The FUSE Bass dub is a wild machine workout to melt your mind and the Bonus Beats are for all the hard-working DJs out there needing a serious tool
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Folding (12")
Cat: REKIDS 191. Rel: 22 Nov 21
  1. Folding (6:13)
  2. Folding (KUSP After Dark remix) (6:38)
  3. Folding (Roman Flugel remix) (6:17)
  4. Folding (Radio Slave New Age Of Love remix) (4:39)
Review: Rekids apply the breaks for an end-of-year jolt of euphoria with rising duo KUSP. Following releases on the likes of Planet Rhythm and Tronic, 'Folding' comes in two halves; the original is a Bicep-flavoured broken beat emotional whirlwind dusted with the sugar-sweet vocals of Pablo Rita while the duo's own After Dark mix takes things back into the pounding 4x4 territory the pair are best known for. In true Rekids fashion, 'Folding' is boosted with two high profile remixes: None other than Roman Flugel takes the lead with an electroid necksnapper while Radio Slave folds all switches, slows the tempo and gives us a moment of pure chill-craft. Every corner covered.
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 in stock $12.22
Sans Musique
Cat: OYSTER 34. Rel: 26 Nov 21
  1. Scully (Earth People mix) (5:33)
  2. Force Of Equilibrium (4:27)
  3. NRJ (7:00)
  4. Teal'c (7:28)
  5. Send It (7:11)
  6. Fantasmas (6:03)
  7. Aurora Eclipse (8:31)
 in stock $25.02
I Remember
Cat: SJU 2100. Rel: 26 Nov 21
  1. I Remember (feat Voxatik) (7:31)
  2. I Remember (instrumental) (7:34)
  3. I Remember (Paul Johnson dub) (7:16)
  4. I Remember (Paul Johnson remix) (7:25)
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Jvlia (Truncate/The Advent mixes)
  1. Jvlia (5:43)
  2. Jvlia (Truncate remix) (4:46)
  3. Rescue Me (5:40)
  4. Rescue Me (The Advent remix) (5:05)
Review: Hertz Collision is back on the unstoppable Truncate label with another hugely powerful EP of stylish main room techno. As plays, these are tunes theatre packed with funky drum programming and never is that more clear than in opener 'Julia' which glides along without any sense of friction as impassioned vocal cries peel off the groove. The boss then remixes it into a more bulky and heavyweight banger. 'Rescue Me' is another urgent bit of full bodied techno with shimmering stabs and tightly looped drums and last of all The Advent brings is textbook hard edge rawness to a more panel beating mix for the peak time.
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 in stock $11.11
Purple Planet EP
Purple Planet EP (translucent blue vinyl 12" limited to 250 copies 再プレス)
Cat: SUSLTD 019BLUERP. Rel: 08 Nov 21
  1. Dark Frequency (5:15)
  2. Esoteric (5:10)
  3. Creative Energy (6:06)
  4. Work Baby (5:59)
  5. Sexy Dancer (5:56)
  6. Where Were You (5:07)
Review: REPRESS: Blake Baxter aka The Prince Of Techno returns to his roots with this six-track 12" of raw Detroit minimalistic grooves.
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 in stock $8.89
Rift (3xLP + MP3 download code)
Cat: NOUSLP 006. Rel: 04 Nov 21
  1. Absorption Citywide (4:16)
  2. Submerged (5:11)
  3. Safe/Sound (6:30)
  4. Thunder Road (6:11)
  5. Cirrus Apparition (6:56)
  6. Rose Suffix (6:18)
  7. In Time Well Know (7:45)
  8. DIASPAR (5:29)
  9. Om Und Draag (Enlightened mix) (5:18)
  10. Monolith (6:45)
  11. Velvet (7:59)
  12. In All It's Splendor (4:23)
Review: Always innovative Dutch label Nous Klaer Audio presents this bumper package from Martinou across a triple LP package and it more than deserves the space. For a debut album, this is hugely accomplished and evocative stuff. The opener is a dewy spring morning walk through a lush jungle and from there the captivating trip takes in sleek minimal rhythms, pulsing deep techno and lo-fi house bumpers that remain spacious and atmospheric. The likes of 'Cirrus Apparition' are seriously heady grooves that make a big impact with an economical palette and the whole thing is as well suited to home listening as it is careful DJ deployment.
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 in stock $28.90
Dahinter Das Gesicht (remastered)
Dahinter Das Gesicht (remastered) (green marbled vinyl 12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: NPLX 003. Rel: 19 Nov 21
  1. Es Zieht Mich (6:11)
  2. Aus Dem Hals Der Flasche (5:35)
  3. Es Zieht Mich (GP2 edit) (5:43)
  4. Fokus (5:19)
  5. Durch Die Haare Die Stirn (5:29)
 in stock $10.85
The Most Wanted Digital Dubplates Volume 1
  1. Can't Stand It (5:01)
  2. 2 The Club (Sloppy cut version) (3:53)
  3. Trax Bangin Hard (3:13)
  4. Take Me Away (Taffie Final cut) (4:39)
  5. 50 Dollars Amore (3:59)
  6. Wurk It 2 Da Bone (2:50)
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Tresor 30
Tresor 30 (limited 180 gram vinyl 12x12" box set + booklet + poster + stickers + MP3 download code)
Cat: TRESOR 330. Rel: 30 Sep 21
  1. Underground Resistance - "The Final Frontier" (Nomadico remix) (6:55)
  2. Huey Mnemonic - "Transmutation" (5:39)
  3. D Strange - "Metal Mono" (5:18)
  4. Speaker Music - "Focus Point Shoot" (5:17)
  5. Afrodeusthe - "Can't Stop" (4:50)
  6. Juan Atkins - "I Love You" (7:22)
  7. RRoxymore - "Multiplicity" (5:42)
  8. Helena Hauff - "Electronic Future" (feat Paris The Black Fu) (6:29)
  9. Lara Sarkissian - "In The Form Of A Sphinx" (4:39)
  10. Jeff Mills - "Late Night" (4:40)
  11. K-Hand - "Boiler" (4:40)
  12. Claude Young - "In Circles" (6:50)
  13. Porter Ricks - "Anguilla Electrica" (7:10)
  14. Basic Channel - "Phylyps Base" (7:25)
  15. Moritz Von Oswald - "Segment" (6:11)
  16. Donato Dozzy - "Le Confort Electronique" (8:13)
  17. Verraco - "Umbral De Dolor" (6:00)
  18. MRU - "Neutral Points" (4:11)
  19. Surgeon - "Berlin Disease" (5:02)
  20. Regis & James Ruskin Present O/V/R - "Natural Enemies" (4:37)
  21. Laudia Anderson - "Track 3" (5:59)
  22. Machìna - "Trio" (4:50)
  23. Robert Hood - "Master Builder (Sandman Option)" (4:05)
  24. Function - "Mirror Hour" (6:30)
  25. LSDXOXO - "Love In Allegiance" (4:07)
  26. Sophia Saze - "Curtains" (6:40)
  27. Blake Baxter - "One More Time" (Acid mix) (4:35)
  28. She Spells Doom - "Splash" (5:16)
  29. DJ Minx - "Dequindre Cut" (6:20)
  30. Whodat - "Grit" (5:07)
  31. Nthony Shake Shakir - "Madme" (6:44)
  32. Daniel Bell - "Still Buggin'" (6:43)
  33. Bergsonist - "Tout Maintenant" (3:27)
  34. Loidis - "In The Place I Sit" (9:58)
  35. Drexciya - "Jazzy Fluids" (3:22)
  36. Russell EL Butler - "James Stinson On A Beach In The Mid-Atlantic" (8:06)
  37. DJ Stingray 313 - "Bioplastics" (4:53)
  38. Jensen Interceptor - "Seas Of Rage" (5:42)
  39. Terrence Dixon - "The Way I See It" (7:06)
  40. Nandele - "42567" (feat Roberto Chitsonzo Jr) (4:11)
  41. Ectomorph - "It Knows Your Name" (4:08)
  42. Simulant - "The Purpose Of Simulation" (8:18)
  43. TYGAPAW - "Diffusus" (3:57)
  44. Joey Beltram - "GameForm" (5:09)
  45. Nene H - "Only Words Break Silence" (4:58)
  46. FJAAK - "Lovers" (6:03)
  47. Yazzus - "Turn Of Speed" (5:32)
  48. Grand River - "Santa Loria" (6:20)
  49. TV Victor - "Change On" (5:21)
  50. Carlota - "Breakfast On The Moon" (4:43)
  51. Torus - "Deep Mid" (3:44)
  52. Mareena & JakoJako - "30 Perlen" (5:08)
Review: Tresor has been a global home to techno for 30 years now. The world was a very different place when the Berlin institution opened in 1991 but it has remained at the forefront of the gene though all its many different mutations. The club itself has been a breeding ground for new talents, dancers and DJs who have pushed the boundaries and explored new realms. The Berlin-Detroit connection always remained strong at the club and it does here on this landmark compilation. It profiles all the key artists who helped to define Tresor, and techno at large, over three decades, and it should not be missed.
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Inverted Frequencies
Cat: MC 052. Rel: 22 Nov 21
  1. Inverted Frequencies (Eerie Horn mix) (6:21)
  2. Inverted Frequencies (Inverted mix) (6:56)
  3. Inverted Frequencies (Xtrovert mix) (10:53)
Review: Scott James and Chris Hayne presented the second instalment of their Sound Virus project 'Inverted Frequencies' in limited quantities on their own Lux Recordings label back in 1995 and has become highly sought after since. The meditative acid house shuffle of The Eerie Horn mix leads into the dubby, heads down hypnotism of the Inverted mix and there's the zeitgeist of that classic Stateside house sound of the early '90s on The Xtrovert mix over on the flip.
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Hverfisgata (140 gram vinyl 2xLP)
Cat: THL 026. Rel: 08 Nov 21
  1. Hverfisgata (8:28)
  2. Klapparstigur (5:38)
  3. ArginTaeta (5:35)
  4. Isold (7:26)
  5. Fjola (6:40)
  6. Blida (6:52)
  7. Skjola (7:00)
  8. Engihjalli (6:27)
Review: Eclectic Icelandic producer NonniMal offers up a sublime debut album here in the form of Hverfisgata. Known for taking his own unique path, he carries on in that tradition here with a record brimming with atmospheric soundscapes and rumbling bottom ends. There is a healthy about of dub weight to each tune, with inventive rhythmic programming and lo-fi chords adding the fog, mist and dirt. The widescreen vistas and futuristic melodies of 'Klapparstigur' make for an early highlight, while 'Blida' is a brilliantly eerie and empty jam. The tempos change, the mood varies, but the quality levels never dip throughout this mini masterpiece.
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Played by: Skudge, El Choop
 in stock $26.12
Identity Melter
Cat: OWN 016. Rel: 19 Nov 21
  1. Identity Melter (4:13)
  2. No One Behind (4:13)
  3. Eye Contact (4:13)
  4. Palomar (4:26)
  5. Animism (4:36)
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Party Bombs Vol 1
  1. Oshana - "Everlast" (7:32)
  2. DJ Stroboscope - "Party Bass" (4:57)
  3. Obsidian - "Hall 46" (6:52)
  4. Magic Doz - "With You" (6:09)
Review: The System Errors label branches out with a new series here, but there are absolutely no prizes for guessing what Party Bombs Volume 1 is about. Oshana kicks things off with a nice throwback techno sound that is fulsome and fast but with plenty of funk. DJ Stroboscope immediately steals the show with his 'Party Bass,' which combines backward bass stabs with 2-step tinged percussion, naught vocals and a generally over-the-top sense of dance floor fun. The flip side features the nimble neon lights and the glossy electronic house of 'Hall 46' and a rave-tinged piano banger from Magic Doz to close out. Useful tackle for sure.
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Beyond The Reach Of Time
Beyond The Reach Of Time (12" + MP3 download code)
Cat: EPM 24V. Rel: 10 Nov 21
  1. No Love From Above (5:56)
  2. At The Side Of Silence (4:26)
  3. Beyond The Reach Of Time (part 2) (12:58)
Review: As part of long standing Dutch label EPMmusic's 20 year anniversary series of releases, we have some rarities from the vaults of the one and only Karl O'Connor aka Regis. The Downwards chief offers up three powerful expressions in pure form techno, all in his idiosyncratic style. From the driving and hypnotic tribal groove of 'No Love From Above' on the A side, to B side cuts like the steely and austere tool 'At The Side Of Silence' and the pounding drums of the title track, which takes on a majestic form when those rousing chords gradually ease into the mix.
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The Man With The Red Face
Cat: F 119/1370119130. Rel: 21 Sep 00
  1. The Man With The Red Face (original mix)
  2. The Man With The Red Face (Svek remix)
  3. The Man With The Red Face (Funk D Void remix)
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Floorwax EP (feat Cardopusher & Hrdvsion remixes)
  1. Danger (feat Paris The Black Flu) (4:23)
  2. Floorwax (feat Foremost Poets) (4:39)
  3. Floorwax (feat Foremost Poets - Cardopusher remix) (5:10)
  4. Floorwax (feat Foremost Poets - Hrdvsion remix) (5:05)
Review: Captain Mustache is a new energy in the club scene who surfaced with a bang last year and has since notched up releases on Bordello A Parigi, My Favourite Robot, Bedrock and Kompakt no less. Now he's stepping forth with his biggest belters to date on Return To Disorder, kicking off with the massive 'Danger' featuring certifiable legend Paris The Black Fu on vocal duties. 'Floorwax' is also packing some club scene clout into its electro fantasy, with the mighty Foremost Poets sneaking some spooky lyrics into the mix. On the flip, 'Floorwax' gets remixed by Cardopusher and Hrdvision, who respectively jack the track up and freak it right out, widening the scope of the record without leaving the seedy ambience Return To Disorder prefers to lurk in.
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Parallel Moves
Cat: VMR 016CD. Rel: 17 Nov 21
  1. Never In The Same Place
  2. Sol
  3. Parallel Moves
  4. Orange Sky
  5. You Are
  6. Correlation
  7. Spreads
  8. In Limbo
  9. The Pieces
  10. Passage
  11. Settling Dust
  12. Blue & Yellow
  13. Duet
Review: Since the release of the dub techno-fired Perspectives album in May 2020, Konstantinos Soublis AKA Fkuxion has concentrated on creating "more intimate work" that draws more heavily on his own emotional state of mind during the production process. As a result, Parallel Moves is even more atmospheric than his previous output - and that's saying something - with subtle shifts in style and tone throughout. Sure, it's still rooted in dub techno and ambient dub, but also utilises modified and manipulated jazz instrumentation, deep post-dubstep rhythms, synth-sporting deep techno and deep house grooves, and pitched-down beatdown style beats laden with classic downtempo sounds. As musical evolutions go, it's undeniably impressive.
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Inorganic Demons
Inorganic Demons (180 gram vinyl LP)
Cat: PSY 004. Rel: 04 Oct 21
  1. Dark Pearl (4:40)
  2. Big D Acid (6:03)
  3. Goatic Cut (feat Yana Pavlova) (4:47)
  4. Underwater (4:25)
  5. Inorganic Demon V (4:48)
  6. The Great Acids (6:11)
Review: Pavel Milyakov has many irons in the fire these days, and he's adding to it once again with the PSY X label. Previously working closely with labels like Gost Zvuk, the Moscow-based artist best known as Buttechno has rightly positioned himself as one of the more prominent artists operating in the Russian techno scene. His sound on this new release is wayward and punky, revelling in knotty acid lines and submerged rhythm sections to arrive at something which feels delightfully deviant. Given the six tracks across this record, there's plenty of space for Milyakov to roam, touching on sparser moments of tension as well as more forthright dance pieces. But experimentation is the glue holding the record together - the singular driving force behind the Buttechno sound, promising much with the launch of this new label.

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Slingshot (12")
Cat: ONRO 02. Rel: 26 Nov 21
  1. Slingshot (6:17)
  2. Virtual Flight (7:18)
  3. Guilty Spark (6:40)
  4. Slingshot (Roza Terenzi remix) (5:49)
Played by: Mr Assister
 in stock $10.57
The Shark
The Shark (12" 再プレス)
Cat: FTC 02. Rel: 11 Oct 21
  1. Shark (3:28)
  2. Vexed (5:44)
  3. Distant (5:04)
  4. Slam Deep (6:13)
  5. Channel & Transmission (2:00)
Review: REPRESS ALERT!: For his first outing of 2020, Kyle Hall returns to the label he founded last year, Forget The Clock, with a suitably strong five-track missive. Check first languid opener "Shark", a splash around in crystal clear waters where simmering chords, luscious pads and glassy-eyed melodic motifs stretch out over bubbly, Latin-tinged drum machine beats and a dubby bassline. Hall makes bolder strides towards the dancefloor on lo-fi house cut "Vexed", before doffing a cap to Larry Heard and Ron Trent on the gorgeous deep house positivity of "Distant". Elsewhere, "Slam Deep" joins the dots between Steve Poindexter and the 2000 Black style of jazzy broken beat, while "Channel & Transmission" is a skewed skip through wonky deep house/jazz-funk fusion.
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Public Consciousness EP
Cat: MORD 081. Rel: 19 Nov 21
  1. Burning Bush (5:31)
  2. Interscope (4:51)
  3. Riot Lovers (6:02)
  4. Micromegas (5:22)
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Numbers Talk EP
Cat: LIVITY 051. Rel: 10 Nov 21
  1. Fourth Time (7:29)
  2. High Five (5:02)
  3. Legs Eleven (7:16)
  4. Tough One (6:26)
Review: UK producer Ben Walker aka Beneath is back after a three year hiatus, with his latest coming out on Bristol's Livity Sound. The No Symbols/Mistry Muzik chief brings on the dark subterranean vibes on opening cut 'Fourth Time', while the stirring drums of 'High Five' will entrance you, awash in a haunting and multi-layered atmosphere. Over on the flip, there's some deep dubstep served up on the meditative polyrhythms of 'Legs Eleven' and ending with the low end theory of 'Tough One' which will engulf you in a wall of sound.
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Innervoice (limited 3xLP)
Cat: ZORA 008. Rel: 15 Nov 21
  1. Une Voix Inconnue (5:18)
  2. Jinx (5:52)
  3. Odyssee (7:21)
  4. Pastel Paradise (5:12)
  5. In The Valley Of Feelings (1:23)
  6. Move Me (feat Badbadtati Cosmic Vox) (6:19)
  7. Freak Freak (6:03)
  8. Disco Nights (5:20)
  9. Future, Past, Present (6:04)
  10. SpaceCityFunk (5:09)
  11. Khebian (6:07)
  12. Utopia (4:09)
  13. I Lost My Body (6:14)
  14. Stay Close To Me (1:10)
Review: Rayka Records chiefs Charonne were isolated for months in their studio, during which they reflected on the past few years of releasing music. The result is Innervoice: Alex T. & Noe B's first album featuring 14 tracks pressed on three 12''. Featured are some spacey jams as expected, that cover a wide spectrum of moods and grooves such as the early UK Peacefrog techno vibe of 'Jinx', the gleaming late night rave mood of 'Move Me' to the downbeat alien funk of 'Future, Past, Present' and the intelligent drum 'n' bass experiment 'Utopia'.
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97 (12")
Cat: SKUDGE 014. Rel: 23 Nov 21
  1. 97 (5:43)
  2. Svek (6:09)
Review: Swedish techno outfit Skudge emerged on a wave of excitement a few years ago with a warm, stripped-back techno sound made of muscular loops and deft synth motifs. It is a template that has been ever tweaked and tampered with and still sounds superb on this latest EP. The title track '97' kicks off with deep, rolling, dubby drums overlaid with warped synths that peel off the groove and get you hypnotised. It has a sense of serenity and soul that keeps your mind busy while 'Svek' on the flip is a more minimalist and cosmic affair. The broad, sweeping pads add grand architecture, the supple drums make you loosen your limbs and the wispy melodies speak of other worlds.
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Played by: Rolando, Nihad Tule
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Metaphor (Expanded Edition)
Cat: ART 20212. Rel: 27 Oct 21
  1. Intro (6:04)
  2. Metaphor (6:42)
  3. Nocturnal (5:54)
  4. Loop 1 (4:02)
  5. Java (6:54)
  6. Groove (5:15)
  7. Loop 1.5 (4:01)
  8. Catatonic (First State) (7:21)
  9. Catatonic (part 2) (5:53)
  10. Loop 2 (4:26)
  11. Soul Man (6:06)
  12. Sympathy (5:24)
  13. Butterflies (8:53)
  14. Amethyst (7:49)
  15. Life Goes On (7:43)
Review: Originally released in 1995, Metaphor is Detroit second wave icon Kenny Larkin's sophomore full length under his own name. This is a truly timeless release which really captures the zeitgeist of the most seminal period in techno's recent history. For those that know, we know we're preaching to the choir, but to those who don't - get familiar! From the classic hi-tech soul of the title track, to the moody future funk of 'Nocturnal' and the driving Motor City energy of 'Catatonic (First State)' and more - Metaphor has certainly held its own 26 years later. Essential.
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DJ Kicks
DJ Kicks (unmixed CD)
Cat: K7 407CD. Rel: 26 Nov 21
  1. Jessy Lanza - "Guess What"
  2. Jessy Lanza - "Seven 55 (DJ-Kicks)"
  3. Jessy Lanza - "Wet X3"
  4. DJ Spookie - "Twilite"
  5. Michael J Blood - "Lip Biter"
  6. Mr Ho - "Bail-E"
  7. Crystal - "Jungli-La" (Joe Howe dub mix)
  8. Masarima - "Freak Like U" (club mix)
  9. Golden Donna - "Foaming"
  10. Mafia Boyz - "Teaspoon La Qoh"
  11. Markus Mann - "I'm Losing"
  12. Jim C Nedd - "Maleka"
  13. Maarten Van Der Vleuten - "Nightshift"
  14. Secret Werewolf - "Yage"
  15. Grain - "Untitled B2"
  16. Gant-Man - "Distorted Sensory" (Loefah South Side remix)
  17. G3 - "Drum 2 (Peanut)"
  18. Lolina - "A Path Of Weeds & Flowers"
  19. Dee Jay Nehpets - "Na Na Na"
  20. Oyubi - "140yaku"
  21. DJ Swisha - "If The Shoe Fits"
  22. Jessy Lanza - "Heaving"
  23. TAH - "Beat It Up Like"
  24. Kanyon - "IDFW Snakes"
  25. CN - "Anubis"
  26. The Raining Heart - "Raining Heart"
Review: While there aren't many duffers within the vast DJ Kicks catalogue, it would be fair to say that some of their chosen selectors do make more of an effort than others. Jessy Lanza, the latest DJ to provide a mix for the long-serving series, has undoubtedly taken it seriously and used the opportunity to cram in tons of killer cuts and take us on a genuinely thrilling, action-packed musical journey. After opening with a trio of her own shimmering, star-bright future R&B/leftfield synth-pop productions, Lanza sprints between fuzzy, off-kilter house and techno, punchy electro, sparkling underground electronic pop, bubbly electronica and dubbed-out electronic epics, before variously offering up ambient, sweaty drum tracks, and bouncy, garage-influenced goodness. In other words, it's a fabulously entertaining affair that's well worthy of your attention.

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Against Nature (reissue)
Against Nature (reissue) (180 gram vinyl double 12")
Cat: TRESOR 147R. Rel: 21 Oct 21
  1. Washing My Hands (2:26)
  2. Let Them Bleed (6:23)
  3. Paralyzing (2:02)
  4. Nothin & No One (4:59)
  5. Meat (5:14)
  6. Join Us In Paradise (5:06)
  7. Hanoi Hanoi (5:34)
  8. Guiltless (6:27)
  9. Theme From Streetwalker (5:17)
  10. Under Skin (1:55)
Review: Regis and Female's Againstnature album from 2000 gets the full reissue treatment here by Berlin label, Tresor. Released under their given names Karl O'Connor and Peter Sutton, the record is a noted zenith of the Birmingham techno scene of the era. It has had a major influence on the music that was released in the years after and has here been remastered for a fresh double vinyl pack. As well as the original sounds, there is also 'Theme From Streetwalke,' a track that was previously released on a Tresor compilation. The tracks are heavy but relatively stripped back. They're packed with texture and atmosphere and never less than hugely compelling.
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Forwardbase Kodai EP
Cat: MPM 39. Rel: 28 Oct 21
  1. Forwardbase Kodai (6:17)
  2. Forwardbase Kodai (0 Phase remix) (5:48)
  3. Forwardbase Kodai (Robert Hood Re-Plant) (5:24)
  4. Homestead (9:36)
Review: Monobox is one of the many essential alias of Robert Hood, the Detroit techno pioneer and boy of the M-Plant label. He has an album of material coming up but two of the cuts here will not feature on it. They are another outlet for the man also known as Floorplan to perfect his minimalist take on techno with a futuristic and alien bent. The title track perfect encapsulates that approach and then 'Homestead' revels in the quietness of deep, cosmic, late night techno with its cinematic atmosphere and sense of devastating finality. Hood then remixes his own tune into a more bulky and shuffling house cut and O Phase debuts on the label with a fine remix of his own.
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Sky Scraping
Sky Scraping (2xLP in spot-varnished sleeve)
Cat: TOKEN 103LP. Rel: 13 Oct 21
  1. Labstract (7:11)
  2. One For The Groove (5:34)
  3. Give In (6:05)
  4. If I Die (5:36)
  5. Coal (5:09)
  6. Run (6:18)
  7. The Drag Train (7:08)
  8. Nano Chameleon (6:09)
Review: For our money, Luke Slater does his best work as Planetary Assault Systems. The iconic British producer now returns with his first album since 2016 and it is brimming with new material. Some of the tracks have been crafted in the audio, others are works taken from his live show as PAS, all of it is mind-melting minimal techno from another dimension, as per usual. There is a real focus on the dance floor here as soft hits, harmonic bells, warped synths all warp and weft their way around the rubbery, pulsing grooves. Of course, plenty of psychedelic colours help define this most stylish of records.
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The Override Switch
Cat: AX 104. Rel: 13 Oct 21
  1. Homage (5:18)
  2. The River Runs Five Ways (5:28)
  3. Infinite Voyage (5:57)
  4. Crashing (3:16)
  5. Soul Filter Buffet (3:24)
  6. The Sun King (11:23)
  7. Soul Filter (The Dancer) (4:58)
  8. Trigger Happy (With Safety Off) (4:21)
Review: Electronic icon Jeff Mills links up with fellow Detroit talent Rafael Leafar for this one on his own Axis, and it is yet another sublime exploration of the cosmos through the medium of techno. Leafar brings all his next level multi-instrumentalist skills and strong love of jazz to the duo and when combined with Mills' ability to speak through his machines, it makes for a unique record. The icy percussion rolls deep, taking you into another dimension each and every time while the noodling sax brings sombreness and soul. Big, splashy cymbals, dark chords and a real sense of mystery and intrigue keep you utterly locked throughout.
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Made In Japan EP
Made In Japan EP (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: EYA 014. Rel: 13 Sep 21
  1. Made In Japan (6:07)
  2. Options (4:35)
  3. Euler (6:22)
  4. 101 Thru 09 (4:40)
Review: EYA Records continues to grow in stature as they strut into their third year of operation, and they're scoring a big coup with this new release from the ever-prolific EDMX. The man otherwise known as Ed Upton offers up some especially floor-focused tackle here, leading in with the freaky house flavours of 'Made In Japan' before slipping into the shuffling techno freakery of 'Options'. 'Euler' has a punchy thrust to it, and '101 Thru 09' taps into a bleepy vein which calls to mind some of Mathew Jonson's wonkier output from the mid 00s minimal era. It's a different slant to what you might expect from EDMX, but it slots in perfectly on EYA, a label championing warm, outboard twists on the tech house tradition.
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Lion's Drums Edits: Manos Tsangaris Drum
  1. Manos Tsangaris - "Drum 1" (Lion's Drums edit) (5:04)
  2. Manos Tsangaris - "Drum 2" (Lion's Drums edit) (5:20)
Review: Cocktail D'Amore know a thing or two about party starting wild cards, and thus far Lion's Drums has proven to be adept in that department with drops on Hivern Discs and his own self-titled label. He comes to the Cocktail party with two edits of Manos Tsangaris' powerful drum sermons - visceral percussive flurries from a man with enough rhythm to partake in the lauded Drums Off Chaos project. You should have a good idea from that what these two tracks are about - heavy, physical tracks for maximum dance induction, moments of pure abandon and the odd firework or two.
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2 (140 gram vinyl 12")
Cat: CRTL 011.2. Rel: 31 Aug 21
  1. One More Time
  2. Hydrobius
  3. Acetone
  4. Beat Box
Review: Prince de Takicardie has got the stuff to make you sweat, make no mistake. Having broken through in 2019, his music has been straining at the gates waiting for the grand reopening to truly get a workout on the party people of the world. After dropping the P record on Cartulis Music last year, as well as his debut album Live 4 Love, he's now back with 2, which comes loaded with smart and punchy club tracks for the players. Aligning with the sound you might hear on Partisan or Time Passages, Takicardie fires off his drum machines and synths with dead-eye precision, keeping a cool demeanour and placing the emphasis on the low end rhythm section. That is, after all, where the action is in any self-respecting dancefloor weapon, and here you're treated to four of them.
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