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24 Jan 12
Played by: Shadow Dancer, Juno Recommends Electro House, Aka Tell (A.g.trio), Mike Hindle - Immersed Audio, Jon Saigon
Review: Andy Graham aka Sei A has put out a series of impressive releases for Tiga's Turbo - and "Flux" is no exception. It sounds like Graham has been listening closely to the work of crossover techno/bass artists like Martyn, Shed and Cosmin TRG, as the title track is a raucous mixture of dense off-beats, squealing riffs and soaring, billowing chords. "Jus Appreciate" follows a similar trajectory, and its rolling rhythms are littered with insane vocal samples, while "Break the Pattern" is mellower, with dubby drums underscoring breathy filters and trippy acid lines. Martyn completes the package with a slamming, lurching take on the title track. Highly recommended.
14 Dec 10
26 Nov 12
Review: It's four years since Hemlock, the label run by Untold and Andy Spencer, opened its doors, and the exclusive tracks featured on their retrospective mix CD find themselves getting released separately. The first sees two newcomers to the label: Sei A and FaltyDL. Sei A's presence makes total sense - the crunchy brand of metallic, futuristic big room techno he's been perfecting for three years is one that Untold has become increasingly drawn to, and "Hyphen" is no different, alternating between thin kick drums and breakbeat stomps, while atonal strings swell in the background. Recent Ninja Tune signee FaltyDL is a less expected inclusion, but the fractal vocals of "Artemis" are backed up with some truly hefty warehouse sized drums.
10 Apr 11
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14 Mar 11
Played by: Jason Fernandes
26 Sep 12
01 Aug 98
18 Jun 12
Review: Don't Be Afraid boss Semtek is simply on fire at the moment - following impressive releases for Andy Blake's World Unknown and In Plain Sight imprints he finds himself on the excellent Awkward Movements with "Bento", a pounding piece of techno-not techno with nods to Chicago, Detroit and London, as searing synth sweeps rub up against deep subs and a rigid, jacking rhythm. Scott Fraser's "Decompression dub" is an entirely different prospect, providing 12 minutes of pure dungeon acid that releases steam pressure from between the gaps of its nasty 303 squelch.
02 Apr 10
Played by: John Karagiannis &paylipservice