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Summertime Our League
PH 11
04 Oct 10
Experimental/Electronic
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Summertime Our League (Four Tet rework) - (8:25) 64 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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A Capital Federal (Appleblim & Arkist rework) - (6:51) 52 BPM
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Summertime Our League (original) - (7:54) 59 BPM
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Illumination EP
PH 32D
29 Nov 13
Deep House
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A Hold On Love - (6:40) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Bang! - (5:26) 124 BPM
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Check Out Your Mind - (7:01) 129 BPM
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Review: It's been sometime since we've heard a solo EP from Erol Alkan - in fact - this is the first time we've heard a solo EP from Erol Alkan. After years of remixing, editing, collaborating, and non-stop DJing, his debut proper comes through his own Phantasy Sound label. "A Hold On Love, with it's progressive, filtered chords, is one for the festival stages of summer, while "Bang!" sees Alkan deliver some dubby, jacked up techno similar to John Heckle. Alkan then provides some left of field sampling techniques in the breakbeat-driven zapping synths of "Check Out Your Mind".
Sub Conscious (Tin Man Remix/Kamera Remix)
PH 44D
09 Feb 15
Minimal/Tech House
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Sub Conscious (Tin Man remix) - (6:42) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Sub Conscious (Kamera remix) - (6:26) 122 BPM
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Review: A further vinyl shaped addendum to Erol Alkan's recent mix for Fabric Live arrives here courtesy of his own Phantasy Sound label. In original form "Sub conscious" was wedged between an Uwe Schmidt production as Phreak and Andre Bratten's "Trommer og Bass" on Alkan's mix, and was subsequently granted a 10" release by Fabric. Given the fact the track teetered between unbridled acid madness and Lindstrom style cosmic chug, Alkan and Phantasy clear saw potential for some interesting remixes and turned to Tin Man and Kamera for this release. It's little surprise that Tin Man chose to embellish the track's acidic qualities on a quite spell binding remix, and is matched by the effort from Kamera. A new signing to the Phantasy cause, the unheralded Kamera reaches Weatherall levels with this remix - its that good mate.
Illumination (Remixed)
PH 32RMXD
04 Apr 14
Minimal/Tech House
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A Hold On Love (Tom Trago Tokyo mix) - (7:20) 121 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Bang! (Emperor Machine extended) - (8:21) 124 BPM
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Check Out Your Mind (u version) - (5:49) 129 BPM
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Bang! (Beau Wanzer adjustment) - (5:16) 123 BPM
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Review: Released last November, Illumination was just the debut EP we could have hoped for from veteran DJ Erol Alkan; straddling the line between touchy-feely piano house, pounding acid and oddball breakbeat, it was as honest encapsulation of the man's idiosyncratic approach as you could expect. It's something that follows on to this collection of remixers, which gives a diverse selection of producers a crack at creating something new from Alkan's orginals. Rush Hour's Tom Trago turns in the most conventional remix, and deeper version of the '90s-influenced "A Hold On Love", while The Emperor Machine adds some expectedly trippy dub effects to "Bang!". U's version of "Check Out Your Mind" is even more twisted than the chopped up original, but for us it's L.I.E.S. and Nation affiliate Beau Wanzer's take on "Bang!" that stands out, removing all the sharp edges and turning it into an effective techno bludgeoning tool that will shake sweaty basements apart.
Need Electric EP
PH 20
17 Jul 12
Electro House
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Need Electric - (6:07) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Taste - (7:22) 122 BPM
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One In The Wave - (3:53)
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The Eagle - (6:56) 110 BPM
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Review: An ironic title if ever we saw one; man-of-the-moment Avery doesn't need electronics... This cat's wired for sound every which way but loose! And we mean wired; every cut here is created using classic analogue gear and comes with all the warmth and electronic soul you would expect. With a very linear, stripped back approach throughout, each track comes with its own distinctive character. The title track is almost "Erotic Discourse" flavoured in its ever-developing tweaks and phrases. "Taste" comes complete with an edgy vocal refrain that unnerves and pleases at the same time. "One In The Wave" is just one long wondrous drone while "The Eagle" finishes the set with a sexy, low-swung groove that just won't quit.
All I Need
58040
11 Nov 13
Deep House
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All I Need (clean) - (7:03) 118 BPM
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NaAvve Response (Danny Daze renmix) - (6:49) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Free Floating (club edit) - (5:48)
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Played by: Steve Angello
Review: Hot on the heels of the album that has cemented his presence on the house and techno circuit, Daniel Avery has been foisted up onto Phantasy Sound's mast one more time with the All I Need single providing a few useful alternative cuts to the original long player tracks on Drone Logic. "All I Need" comes in a clean form that sounds largely like that on the album, all bold punches of synth and solid drum machine hits. Danny Daze takes a radical new route with his version of "Naive Response" that takes the playful bleeps and blurps of the original and strips away the warmth to leave a cold and grubby roller in its place. The "Club Edit" of "Free Floating" does well to keep the wistful qualities of the original intact and simply work some extra limber beats into appropriate junctures.
Reception (Perc Remix)
PH 21RMX2
25 Nov 13
Techno
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Reception (Perc remix) - (7:16) 128 BPM
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Played by: Trevor Benz
Review: Here's a collaboration that uses both parties' talents to their fullest capabilties. Avery has an excellent album to his credit and has been responsible for bringing a new approach to 303-led music. On this version of "Reception", an acid line that redefines malevolence is centre stage, but its unforgiving bleakness has a lot to do with Perc's influence. The rhythm slams menacingly and a terrifying, filtered siren rises up through the arrangement, heralding the start of a conflict, while a deranged, screeching vocal only adds to the sense of madness. But none of these elements can compare to the most malicious acid line since Phuture first banged the box at the heart of the arrangement.
Knowing We'll Be Here
63117
16 Jun 14
Deep House
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Knowing We'll Be Here - (5:42) 120 BPM
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Knowing We'll Be Here (KiNK remix) - (5:33) 121 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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New Energy (Beyond The Wizard Sleeve re-Animation) - (7:00) 123 BPM
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Drone Logic EP
61096
24 Mar 14
Techno
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Drone Logic - (7:26) 114 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Drone Logic (Factory Floor Gabe Guernsey remix) - (8:11) 114 BPM
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Need Electric (Audion remix) - (6:38) 122 BPM
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Free Floating (Matt Walsh remix) - (7:34) 118 BPM
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Review: Riding high after the blanket success of his debut album, Daniel Avery is back on Phantasy Sound once again with some dangerous remixes from his album, collected from several vinyl releases. Audion returns Avery's previous remix favour with the messy mind games of "Need Electric", which find Matthew Dear's alias reaching a previous peak of dark and freaky sound design fit for the more deviant dancers. Matt Walsh takes on "Free Floating" with a curiously dualistic interpretation that flits between sweet natured piano chords and off key acid paranoia, all set to a slow and immersive thud of understated drums. In addition to the album's title track, where an old school progressive house bassline is chewed to pieces by bursts of electronic feedback, Factory Floor's Gabe Gurnsey provide a fine remix that sounds remarkably restrained for a member of the inheritors of Throbbing Gristle's throne; like Avery's original Gurnsey keeps things mid-tempo but strips everything back to basics, with a simple analogue arpeggio which adds an early industrial quality.
Taste (Paul Woolford Special Request Remix)
PH 20RMX
24 Sep 12
Techno
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Taste (Paul Woolford Special Request remix) - (6:02) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: Having been welcomed into the Phantasy Sound fold earlier this summer with the excellent Need Electric EP, Daniel Avery's musical tastes are further represented with this one sided white label brandishing a rather excellent, knackered pirate radio remix of "Taste" from Paul Woolford under his recently established Special Request alias. Supposedly the first of several such releases (Photonz are also due to be involved) Woolford brilliantly messes with Avery's programming here, transforming one of the oddest tracks made for dancefloor purposes into a constantly spiralling array of busted up, recycled drum breaks. It's all expertly edited by Woolford and the merest hint of the original's slightly unnerving guttural analogue thrust remains intact. A quite superb DJ tool that sets the standards for who the label looks to next!
Drone Logic (Factory Floor / Gabe Gurnsey Remix)
PH 21RMXD
18 Feb 13
Techno
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Drone Logic (Factory Floor / Gabe Gurnsey remix) - (8:11) 114 BPM
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Review: Daniel Avery was one of 2012's most refreshing success stories; his Fabric mix and two EPs for Erol Alkan's Phantasy Sound may not have slotted comfortably into any of the current flavours of the month, but they shone through thanks to their singular approach to techno. "Drone Logic" was one of the highlights of his second Phantasy release, where an old school progressive house bassline is chewed to pieces by bursts of electronic feedback, and this single release sees Factory Floor's Gabe Gurnsey provide a fine remix that sounds remarkably restrained for a member of the inheritors of Throbbing Gristle's throne; like Avery's original Gurnsey keeps things mid-tempo but strips everything back to basics, with a simple analogue arpeggio which adds an early industrial quality.
New Energy (Collected remixes)
66652
02 Mar 15
Techno
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Drone Logic (Factory Floor remix) - (8:10) 114 BPM
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All I Need (Roman Flugel remix) - (9:50) 118 BPM
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Platform Zero (Volte-Face remix) - (7:12) 126 BPM
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Naive Response (O [Phase] remix) - (8:01) 128 BPM
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Spring 27 (Silent Servant remix) - (5:21) 118 BPM
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Free Floating (Matt Walsh remix) - (7:30) 118 BPM
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Knowing We'll Be Here (KiNK remix) - (5:33) 121 BPM
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New Energy (Beyond The Wizard's Sleeve re-animation) - (7:00) 123 BPM
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Drone Logic (Rodhad remix) - (7:22) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Need Electric (Audion remix) - (6:38) 122 BPM
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Reception (Perc remix) - (7:16) 128 BPM
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These Nights Never End (Ricardo Tobar remix) - (7:04) 120 BPM
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Simulrec (Conforce remix) - (7:14) 124 BPM
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Water Jump (Powell remix) - (7:16) 108 BPM
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Taste (special request remix) - (6:01) 127 BPM
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Naive Response (Danny Daze remix) - (6:49) 125 BPM
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Played by: Chris Liebing
Review: On New Energy, an impressive cast of artists remix UK producer Daniel Avery's original material. Representing German house music is Roman Fluegel, whose dubby, expansive version of "All I Need" fuses jittery keys with blissed out vocal samples. Surprisingly, Volte Face from the BleeD club delivers a similar deep house take on "Platform Zero", its chiming keys unfolding over sweeping filters. There is also an unexpected remix from Token's O [Phase], whose version of "Naive Response" favours a blissful, percussive workout rather than his usual, abrasive sounds. Silent Servant's take on "Spring 27" is one of the few real techno remixes with an insistent, stabbing chord and a rumbling bass prevailing, while Factory Floor's version of "Drone Logic" is a mutant disco dub, laced with bubbling acid and detached vocals.
Drone Logic
45268
07 Oct 13
Minimal/Tech House
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Water Jump (album version) - (8:29) 120 BPM
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Free Floating - (6:29) 81 BPM
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Drone Logic - (7:09) 114 BPM
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These Nights Never End - (5:46) 112 BPM
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Naive Response - (5:23) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Platform Zero - (3:03) 120 BPM
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Need Electric (album version) - (6:09) 122 BPM
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All I Need - (6:55) 118 BPM
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Spring 27 - (1:41) 110 BPM
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Simulrec - (6:02) 110 BPM
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New Energy (Live Through It) - (5:54) 134 BPM
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Knowing We'll Be Here - (5:42) 120 BPM
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Review: Having given keen listeners a healthy preview in his Fabriclive mix last year, the artist formerly known as Stopmakingme delivers his full-length album for Erol Alkan's Phantasy Sound. It's a limber brew that channels a strong dose of analogue trickery through smart and snappy beat constructions, all bubbling, aquatic synths and troubled delays propelled by unfussy drum patterns so that the melodies can do the talking. Primarily this is a dancefloor album, moving from peppy breakbeat driven numbers to gently bumping house, but always the playful, ineffably warm synth work sets the tone, from "Naive Response"s robotic charm to "Drone Logic"s soaring grind. It's an album brimming in confidence and nailed with precision, and it's packed full of incredibly usable floor rockers to boot.
All I Need / These Nights Never End (Remixes)
64272
01 Sep 14
Deep House
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All I Need (Roman Flugel remix) - (9:50) 118 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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These Nights Never End (Ricardo Tobar remix) - (7:04) 120 BPM
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Review: Phantasy Sound serve up another pair of remixes from Daniel Avery's world-beating Drone Logic LP, and this time they've turned to Roman Flugel and Ricardo Tobar to deliver the goods. Flugel takes on "All I Need" and rustles up a startling peak time burner full of earworm synth shimmers that show the German producer in his most club-ready mode, while keeping a healthy dose of the low-key moody tones of his own recent output humming away in the calmer moments. Ricardo Tobar meanwhile takes "These Nights Never End" into a leftfield headspace full of fractious rhythms, heavy layers of melody and noise, and an all-round rousing atmosphere.
Water Jump EP
PH 21D
29 Oct 12
Minimal/Tech House
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Water Jump - (8:29) 120 BPM
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Drone Logic - (7:26) 114 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Reception - (6:07) 115 BPM
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A Quiet Life - (10:21) 129 BPM
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Review: This young DJ /producer is one of 2012's most promising new artists - take one listen to Water Jump and it's clear why he is so hyped. "Reception" uses a mutant, noisy take on Chicago house basslines to brutal effect, while "Drone Logic" also revisits the past to create a new vision for the future. There, heavy drums roll in and an old school progressive house bassline - one that sounds more Guerilla than Digweed - is chewed to pieces by bursts of electronic feedback. But it's "A Quiet Life" that really stands out. Underpinned by a splurging bass, haunting angelic voices breeze in as psychedelic drums that have little bearing to traditional house / techno structures explode through the speakers.
Havai
PH 12
25 Oct 10
Minimal/Tech House
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Epicentro (Duke Dumont rework) - (3:13) Biggest-selling track on this release
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Havai (Memory Tapes rework) - (3:37) 126 BPM
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Havai (original) - (6:49)
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Played by: Shadow Dancer
Knights
BEC 5161214
13 Aug 12
Experimental/Electronic
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Lifantastic I - (9:32)
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Savagestic - (6:10)
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Cleric - (2:26)
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Lifantastic II - (8:16)
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War - (7:34)
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Review: Emerging on Erol Alkan's label Phantasy Sound, it would be hard to know what to expect from Babe, Terror, but enter into his longest release to date with an open mind and you shall be rewarded. The Sao Paolo based producer finds a laconic slow house groove upon which to place his music, which takes the shape of a comforting fog scattered with samples, snippets of music, speech and drone, coming in and out of focus like a constantly detuning radio. It's a rich and moody end result that could fall into self-indulgence in the wrong hands, but here the whispers of melody on tracks such as "Savagestic" enthral just as you love yourself in the murk.
Creation
PH53DX
10 Jun 16
Minimal/Tech House
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Creation (Psychemagik dub) - (8:18) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Delicious Light (Teeth Of The Sea Rework) - (5:17) 141 BPM
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Creation (Psychemagik Rework) - (8:18) 124 BPM
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Review: Earlier this year, Erol Alkan and Richard Norris re-launched their Beyond The Wizard's Sleeve partnership after four years away. Hot on the heels of that single, Diagram Girl comes Creation. Intriguingly, there's no original version present, but rather two remixes from Psychemagik, whose opening Dub re-imagines it as a chunky, bongo-laden slab of fluttering late night house, complete with dreamy, stretched-out organ chords, watery electronics and drifting female vocal samples. The similar sounding Rework includes more of the original song, and therefore the folksy, Kate Bush-on-valium vocals. The package is completed by a fresh remix of "Delicious Light" by London psychedelic rock combo Teeth Of The Sea, whose eccentric but hugely entertaining revision sounds like Studio after a bad acid trip.
Bangkok
PH 06D
30 Nov 09
Techno
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Bangkok - (5:23) 128 BPM
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Bangkok (dub) - (4:23) 128 BPM
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Bangkok (Roska remix) - (5:00) 85 BPM
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Lemonade
BEC 5161030
02 May 12
Electro House
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Lemonade - (4:47) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Lemonade (Gesaffelstein remix) - (5:52) 126 BPM
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Lemonade (Justin Robertson's Deadstocks 33's remix) - (5:36) 127 BPM
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Played by: Trevor Benz
Avalanche / Lemonade
PH 08D
07 Apr 10
Electro House
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Avalanche - (6:17) 129 BPM
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Lemonade - (4:43) 129 BPM
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Avalanche (Terminal Velocity)
BEC 5161050
05 Sep 11
Electro House
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Avalanche (Terminal Velocity) - (6:50) 129 BPM
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Avalanche (Minimal Velocity) - (6:50) 129 BPM
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Avalanche (Terminal Velocity) (Canblaster remix) - (6:45) 129 BPM
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Avalanche (Terminal Velocity) (Ewan Pearson's Deeper Underground re version) - (7:42) 124 BPM
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Avalanche (Terminal Velocity) (Ewan Pearson's Hall Of The Mountain King remix) - (7:39) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Avalanche (Terminal Velocity) (Canblaster dub) - (6:06) 129 BPM
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Avalanche (Terminal Velocity) (Ewan Pearson's Deeper Underground dub) - (7:41) 124 BPM
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Avalanche/Lemonade
PH 08
17 Apr 10
Electro House
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Avalanche - (6:17) 129 BPM
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Lemonade - (4:43) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Without Armour
PH 22D
11 Mar 13
Techno
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Government - (3:48)
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Swordbeerfish - (3:02)
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Ugly Sneakers - (0:41) Biggest-selling track on this release
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Breath Awesome - (3:51)
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Blueen - (6:53)
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Played by: In Flagranti
Review: Bringing a truly garbled approach to Erol Alkan's Phantasy Sound stable, BTU is Brazilian artist Babe, Terror and the mysterious Man Make Music contributor U working together on a mission to disorientate you through their fearsome application of sample science. "Government/Swordbeerfish/Ugly Sneakers" comes on like Musique Concrete pasted to the wall of a pulsing warehouse, as splintered fragments of detuned vocal, jazz wig outs and countless other minute details flurry around that muffled kick. "Breathe Awesome/Blueen" is a slightly less manic affair, allowing a bit more space for reversed guitars and other off-kilter noises to drift around in a more considered kind of madness. It's a bold record but still accessible in its own, broken way.
Without Armour
PH22D
11 Mar 13
Experimental/Electronic
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Government - (3:48) 52 BPM
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Swordbeerfish - (3:02) 52 BPM
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Ugly Sneakers - (0:41) 53 BPM
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Breath Awesome - (3:51) 74 BPM
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Blueen - (6:53) 99 BPM
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Yeah Techno!
PH 10
13 Jun 10
Electro House
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Yeah, Techno! (original) - (6:39) 126 BPM
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Yeah, Techno! (Soulwax mix) - (4:16) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Yeah, Techno! (BeatauCue mix) - (5:00) 128 BPM
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Fantasma
PH 48D
18 Sep 15
Techno
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Fantasma - (7:18) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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The Natives Are Having Us For Dinner Tonight - (6:04) 97 BPM
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Latin Sex Change - (5:05) 120 BPM
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Review: Following on from last year's release on Erol Alakn's label, Nathan Gregory Wilkins and Richard X aka Cowboy Rhythmbox deliver another belter. The title track is dark, robotic jacker, with disorientating, distorted riffs to the fore. "The Natives Are Having Us for Dinner Tonight" meanwhile is an even bigger curiosity; slowed down to a primal, hip-swaggering grind, it features screeching voices from a haunted forest. Rounding off the release is "Latin Sex Change". Like the title track, it's tough and robotic, and it sounds like the pair's take on Chicago house, albeit one with a heavy, percussive edge.
We Got The Box
PH41D
17 Nov 14
Techno
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Cowboy Rhythmbox - "We Got The Box" - (5:56) 116 BPM
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Cowboy Rhythmbox - "Rattle" - (5:46) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: The latest signings to Erol Alkan's label are Cowboy Rhythmbox aka edit king Nathan Gregory Wilkins and remixer, producer and mash-up expert Richard X. Given their past adventures and exploits, it's no surprise that Box is such a raucous affair. "We Got The Box" is based on a jacking, filtered groove with a woman intoning on repeat something to do with the title (although it sounds closer to "we got the pox"). However, it's not as impressive as "Rattle". Percussive and laced with acid, its Latino chants and insistent rhythm are sure to cause mayhem whenever they are dropped.
Fantasma
PH 48D
18 Sep 15
Minimal/Tech House
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Fantasma - (7:18) 120 BPM
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The Natives Are Having Us For Dinner Tonight - (6:04) 97 BPM
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Latin Sex Change - (5:05) 120 BPM
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Mecanique Sauvage
PH 55D
04 Nov 16
Techno
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Mecanique Sauvage - (6:39) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Children Of The Monolith - (8:34) 100 BPM
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Soda Jerk - (6:19) 122 BPM
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Review: Nathan Wilkins hooks up with Richard X again for the third Cowboy Rhythmbox outing on Erol Alkan's label. The title track is a stop-start jacking affair that resounds to a rude electronic bass. It's exactly the kind of upfront track one would expect to hear in one of the label owner's DJ sets. In stark contrast is "Children of the Monolith"; slower, dreamier and more complex, it features hypnotic chants unfolding over a mid-tempo tribal groove. The duo returns to the dance floor for "Soda Jerk". While not quite a direct as the title track, its relentless pulse and filtered percussion make it just as effective.
Fantasma (Kowton Remix)
PH 48RMXD
11 Mar 16
Techno
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Fantasma (Kowton remix) - (5:20) 120 BPM
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Review: One-track affair from Erol Alkan's Phantasy Sound that pits the Cowboy Rhythmbox project of Richard X and Nathan Gregory Wilkins up against the production skills of Livity Sound main man Kowton. First released last year, the original version of "Fantasma" summed up the project's slightly tongue in cheek approach, pairing outlandish synth motifs with thundering percussive excess and thick EBM basslines. It was understandably a hit with the Comeme crew and it's likely Kowton's remix will crossover into many DJ sets too. The Livity man remains quite faithful to Cowboy Rhythmbox's intentions, but cranks the pressure up somewhat for a near-perfect five minute DJ tool.
Cats' Invasion
PH 67DX
11 Aug 17
Techno
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Cats' Invasion - (6:21) 110 BPM
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Review: Nathan Gregory Wilkins and Richard X are back under their awesome Cowboy Rhythmbox guise where the two London legends serve up some more of their typically retroactive indie dance grooves. The second track taken from their Tanz Exotique EP is the darkly seductive dancefloor drama of "Ctsa Invasion" featuring some militaristic '80's drum grooves beneath tunneling bleep melody and some nasty bass pulsations that signal a switch of gears in the selectors set. Speaking of which: we'd imagine the likes of Ivan Smagghe, Jennifer Cardini or Barnt smashing this killer out in the latter part of 2017.
Tanz Exotique
PH 67D
18 Aug 17
Techno
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Tanz Exotique - (6:56) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Catsa Invasion - (6:21) 110 BPM
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Scream - (8:29) 122 BPM
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Review: The build-up to Wilkins & X's latest Cowboy Rhythmbox EP has been smouldering throughout the summer with mischievous one-track dispatches. First came the jittering technoid EBM pulsations and analog grit of "Scream", then came the soothing harmonic wooziness and concrete shattering 80s drum machine beats of "Catsa Invasion", a tune laced with toxic textures and a subtle sense of industrial euphoria. Now we have "Tanz Exotique", an obscene slab of bleep-funked electro that's all glitched, subverted and supercharged with energy and detail. Strong enough to be filed next to your Soulwax records.
AA 24/7
PH 04D
02 Feb 09
Techno
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AA 24/7 - (5:26) 126 BPM
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AA 24/7 (instrumental) - (5:27) 126 BPM
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AA 24/7 (Noob remix) - (7:31) 127 BPM
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AA 24/7 (Skull Juice remix 2) - (5:05) 128 BPM
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AA 24/7 (Starkey dub) - (5:27) 135 BPM
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AA 24/7 (Starkey remix) - (5:28) 135 BPM
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AA 24/7 (Diplo remix) - (5:24) 126 BPM
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AA 24/7 (Acapella) - (1:12) 126 BPM
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AA 24/7
PH 04
02 Feb 09
Electro House
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AA 24/7 - (5:26) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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AA 24/7 (instrumental) - (5:27) 126 BPM
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AA 24/7 (Noob remix) - (7:31) 127 BPM
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AA 24/7 (Skull Juice remix 2) - (5:05) 128 BPM
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AA 24/7 (Starkey dub) - (5:27) 135 BPM
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AA 24/7 (Starkey remix) - (5:28) 135 BPM
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AA 24/7 (Diplo remix) - (5:24) 126 BPM
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AA 24/7 (acapella) - (1:12) 126 BPM
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Need Electric
PH 20D
17 Jul 12
Techno
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Need Electric - (6:07) 124 BPM
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Taste - (7:22) 122 BPM
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One In The Wave - (3:53) 99 BPM
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The Eagle - (6:56) 110 BPM
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Sensation/Clear
PH 50RMXD
19 Aug 16
Techno
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Sensation (Rrose remix) - (8:32) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Clear (Abdulla Rashim remix) - (8:43) 130 BPM
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Review: The romping stomping Daniel Avery, is back on Phantasy Sound with a new two-track 12" which doubles up as the label's 50th, and continues the English producer and DJ's path down a streamlined, hard-edge techno path. Unsurprisingly, "Sensation" is a total juggernaut, a heady techno track that slithers its percussion sway amid huge mounds of delays and atmospherics. Over on the flip, "Clear" sticks to a techno formula insofar as its mid-to-fast tempo, but the melodies and chimes emanating from its underbelly are something wilder and altogether more ethereal. Conniving DJ tools!
Sensation/Clear
PH 50D
04 Dec 15
Techno
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Sensation - (7:31) 124 BPM
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Clear - (5:59) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: New material from UK producer Daniel Avery has been scarce of late - is he living in the shadow of Drone Logic? On the strength of Sensation / Clear, this would appear not to be the case. The former is a mid-tempo, teased out groove, wrapped in trance synths and underpinned by plodding drums. It shows that Avery is master of crafting slow-building grooves, but it only plays a supporting role compared to "Clear". Faster and more tranced out, its warbling bass and whooshing melodies sound inspired by classic Juan Atkins and Derrick May, but fashioned in the blurry metropolis that is London.
Water Jump
PH 21D
29 Oct 12
Techno
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Water Jump - (8:20) 120 BPM
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Drone Logic - (7:26) 114 BPM
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Reception - (6:07) 115 BPM
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A Quiet Life - (10:21) 130 BPM
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Bangkok
PH 06
30 Nov 09
Electro House
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Bangkok (original mix) - (5:23) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Bangkok (dub) - (4:23) 128 BPM
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Bangkok (Roska remix) - (5:00)
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Illumination
PH 32D
02 Dec 13
Techno
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A Hold On Love - (6:40) 120 BPM
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Bang! - (5:26) 124 BPM
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Check Out Your Mind - (7:01) 129 BPM
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Illumination (Remixed)
PH 32RMXD
07 Apr 14
Deep House
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A Hold On Love (Tom Trago's Tokyo mix) - (7:20) 121 BPM
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Bang! (Emperor Machine extended) - (8:21) 124 BPM
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Check Out Your Mind (U version) - (5:49) 129 BPM
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Bang! (Beau Wanzer Adjustment) - (5:16) 124 BPM
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Sub Conscious (Tin Man Remix / Kamera Remix)
PH 44D
09 Feb 15
Techno
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Sub Conscious (Tin Man remix) - (6:42) 120 BPM
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Sub Conscious (Kamera remix) - (6:26) 122 BPM
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Veronica's Veil
PH 03
20 Oct 08
Disco/Nu-Disco
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Veronica's Veil (London Edition) - (4:44) 113 BPM
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Veronica's Veil (Erol Alkan's extended rework) - (5:58) 113 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Veronica's Veil
PH 03D
20 Oct 08
Electro
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Veronica's Veil - (4:44) 113 BPM
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Fan Death & Erol Alkan - "Veronica's Veil" (Erol Alkan's extended rework) - (5:58) 112 BPM
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Future Four
PH 23D
01 Apr 13
Minimal/Tech House
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Gwad Bwash - (5:13) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Phase 2 - (5:50) 129 BPM
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Into Orbit - (6:34) 122 BPM
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Review: The spirit of rave and 'ardkore is alive on Future Four. "Gwad Bwash" (a reference to ragga jungle?) rolls out a low-slung bass to support reconstituted hard-core riffs and insane piano vamps. "Phase 2" approaches the old school from a different perspective; this time the focus is on the insane hoover riffs of Belgian nosebleed and the "Mentasm" style bass that powered so many early 90s tracks. The proximity to this defining era for electronic music is also audible on "Into Orbit". The groove is slamming and the kettle drums are borrowed from Chicago house, but the joyous piano line sounds derived from the classic hardcore tune "40 Miles".
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