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Intensity Fluctuations RMX
Intensity Fluctuations (Setaoc Mass remix) - (6:05) 140 BPM
Night Terrors - (6:03) 142 BPM
01 Jul 22
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Human Error (Stef Mendesidis Remix)
Human Error (Stef Mendesidis remix) - (5:26) 142 BPM
PorteNoir - (5:21) 145 BPM
27 May 22
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Before This
All I Could Think About - (3:53) 138 BPM
Fugue State - (5:44) 135 BPM
Human Error - (4:56) 136 BPM
Liquid Form - (5:04) 141 BPM
Intensity Fluctuations - (4:27) 141 BPM
Planck Scale - (5:20) 135 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
FilmNoir - (5:13) 160 BPM
Modwerka - (8:22) 133 BPM
Underwater Acoustics - (7:26) 137 BPM
Morphic-R - (5:36) 138 BPM
Zedd - (6:27) 145 BPM
TechNoir - (5:50) 144 BPM
Played by: S-File, Holldën
12 Mar 21
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Phyxix 002
The Nest - (5:10) 141 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Stats - (4:51) 146 BPM
Psykhosis - (8:17) 138 BPM
Cargo Hijacked - (7:42) 138 BPM
Depths - (6:18) 139 BPM
7 Circle - (6:48) 136 BPM
Played by: Frank Maurel
PHXX 002
29 Jan 21
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Phyxix 001
Fabryk - (6:43) 131 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Sisters - (7:00) 133 BPM
Ominosus - (6:21) 133 BPM
PHXX 001
01 Sep 20
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Versions III
Espresso (Mezzanine version) - (7:36) 138 BPM
Obscura (B-Line Enhanced version) - (6:03) 138 BPM
Xylo 3 (Steve Bicknell remix) - (5:46) 133 BPM
The Crossover (Tractable version) - (3:50) 134 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: Luke Slater, Exos
PH 4533D
15 Nov 19
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Suspended Animation
Suspended Animation (Stroke B) - (4:31) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Suspended Animation (Stroke C) - (4:30) 140 BPM
Review: Suspended Animation is Phase's second release on Token this year and continues one of the longest-running partnerships in contemporary techno music. The Belgian imprint has been home to Ashley Burchett's music for well over a decade, and as, this EP demonstrates, continues to support his varying takes on dance floor techno. Fittingly, "Suspended Animation (Stroke B)" is a fast-paced, pumping rhythm, powered by a sleek, pulsating bass that supports trancey hooks. On the "Stroke C)" version, Burchett opts for a slower, more heads-down approach. The bass is dense and darker, and the use of a breathy vocal sample adds to the sense of mystique.
17 Aug 18
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Boundary Interactions
Search Party - (7:22) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Microdose - (4:36) 132 BPM
Boundary Interactions - (17:48) 136 BPM
Review: This is Token's 80th release, but the Belgian label shows no sign of running out of steam. Indeed, the opposite is true; Boundary Interactions sees one of its main artists, Phase, deliver an abrasive but highly effective EP. "Search Party" resounds to rattling, incessant bells, firing percussion and a spacey, growling filter. It's a real peak time offering from the UK artist. By contrast, "Microdose" is more stripped back and repetitive, with a steely rhythm underpinning eerie chord sequences. Meanwhile on the title track, Phase drops a bouncy groove and, reliving the trance sound of the 90s, a melancholic melody that does a lot to dispel Token's reputation as solely serving up tough techn
16 Mar 18
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Submerged Metropolitan
Submerged Metropolitan - (6:19) 133 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Fallen Columns - (4:44) 86 BPM
This Absent Mind - (5:21) 134 BPM
Played by: Pagalve
Review: Ashley Burchett has been releasing on Token since its inception a decade ago, so the direction on Metropolitan comes as a surprise. The title track is more direct than is Burchett's usual appraoch, with a fizzling din riding an up-tempo, linear rhythm, heavy drums and cheese-wire sharp percussion. It sounds like SP-X going head to head with Robert Hood. On "The Absent Mind", there is another unexpected move; the UK producer delivers a metallic, clanging rhythm that fuses Chain Reaction's dubby repetition with the locked on, linear approach of the aforementioned Mr Hood. Only on "Fallen Columns" does O stay close to the stepping sound that he made his name with - but even there, the approach is understated and ghostly.
17 Mar 17
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Versions II
Like A Light (Berlin Demo) - (5:58) 134 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Morodem (Substance remix) - (5:30) 137 BPM
Behind The Sun (Re-Kon dub) - (6:05) 130 BPM
Transantarctic (Polar version) - (5:56) 129 BPM
Review: Ashley Burchett follows up last year's Versions on Token with a second installment. This latest volume also shines a light on the UK producer's musical evolution. While the busy, rhythmic sound that underpinned his earlier releases is still audible on the rugged "Transantarctic (Polar Version)", it only tells part of the story. "Like a Light (Berlin demo)", with its insistent chords and scuffled dub beats tug at that city's musical legacy. The Substance remix of "Morodem" meanwhile, sees Burchett fuse a pulsing disco groove with cold steely percussion and a spiky rhythm. The final piece in this reinvention sees Burchett go back to Berlin albeit this time for the Klockworks-style dense workout that is "Behind the Sun (Re-Kon Dub)".
PH 4532D
22 Jul 16
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Alone In Time?
Spacialize - (6:14) 126 BPM
Orbitron - (7:45) 125 BPM
Increment - (6:50) 134 BPM
Blind Eye - (6:37) 130 BPM
Nep-tune - (6:40) 130 BPM
Alone In Time? - (6:05) 126 BPM
The Maze - (9:47) 127 BPM
Remote - (6:30) 85 BPM
Mo del - (4:33) 131 BPM
R-Mash - (8:11) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Astryx - (5:54) 129 BPM
Review: It only took Phase two years to follow up his debut album, Frames of Reference, but this second long player shows no signs that he rushed out a follow up. Ashley Burchett, the UK producer behind the project, draws on some classic techno tropes; the visceral, linear rhythm of "Blind Eye" has echoes of vintage Robert Hood, while the layered, hypnotic, layered grooves of "The Maze" sound like they came from Jeff Mills space station. However, there are many other moments where Alone is unmistakably the work of Phase. This is most audible on the hard-edged but futuristic "Increment", the insistent shuffle of "Spacialize" (sic) and best of all, "Remote", a bruising broken beat affair underpinned by a cavernous bass.
30 Oct 15
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Flyby/Falling (Enhanced version) - (4:49) 136 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Bulk (Unreleased Demo mix) - (4:29) 138 BPM
Obscura Mix 1 (Enhanced version) - (5:20) 134 BPM
Mass (Stripped mix) - (4:03) 137 BPM
Review: It's been great to see Ashley Burchett finally get his dues in the last few years where he has kept on with a steady slew of killer releases. Most of them on Token. Versions is further testament to this but as the title suggests, showcases some revised and unreleased takes on previous efforts. And they're just as brilliant. "Flyby/Falling (Enhanced Version) is typical of Burchett with its slamming, cyclical peak time intensity. "Bulk (Unreleased Demo Mix)" is a stripped DJ tool with its chugging and brutal delayed beat accompanied by muted and syncopated percussion. "Obscura Mix 1" slams away in a funky and tribal fashion similar to an old James Ruskin or Oliver Ho cut. Finally "Mass (Stripped Mix)" does exactly what it says on the cover with this pummelling DJ tool.
PH 453D
14 Aug 15
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Perplexed (Rodhad extended mix) - (10:15) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Dirtro II (Robert Hood redeemed mix) - (7:29) 130 BPM
Review: Arguably the two biggest R's in techno at the moment remix [Phase], with Rodhad revealing a more emotive side to his techno, while Robert Hood delivers the goods like only he can. Rodhad's interpretation takes away some of the original low-end heard in "Perplexed", resulting in something that's groovy, but still tough, while noticeable increasing the blue-noted tones of the track. Robert Hood's love affair with "Dirto II" continues with the Detroit legend joining in on the cold temperaments for a clinical and percussively slicing remix. With rapid fire releases like this, it seems trying to match Token's dominance of club techno at the moment would be a futile act.
10 Mar 14
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Frames Of Reference
Binary Opposition (process 3) - (5:40) 85 BPM
The Bwiti Initiate - (6:14) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Distracted - (7:04) 129 BPM
Dirtro II - (6:39) 127 BPM
On The Edge - (6:57) 124 BPM
Perplexed - (4:47) 124 BPM
Misaligned - (7:17) 126 BPM
Just Another Dance - (5:41) 85 BPM
Shadow Caster - (6:17) 130 BPM
Self Deceit - (6:06) 128 BPM
Review: Over the course of ten tracks to appear on Frames Of Reference, the long-time coming debut album by Phase, the Englishman draws upon ideas he's been fine tuning for more than a decade. Of the fresh material is the rich bass and sinister crawl of "On The Edge", the haunted glass whistles of "Dirtro II" and the respective electro and dubby leaning "Just Another Dance" and "Shadow Caster". Rearranged riffs come via the LP's opening track "Binary Opposition (process 3)" which sets the tone for a heady mix of no frills techno undeniably designed for club play. It's an impressive debut which incorporates elements of muscular European rhythmics with passages of motor city mechanics and melodic tonality.
21 Oct 13
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Morodem (HTS mix) - (5:46) 138 BPM
Morodem (Floor mix) - (5:47) 138 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
01 Jan 08
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