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Arkanoid
WH 004
13 Apr 18
Techno
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Tallmen785 - "Dopfreganger" - (6:51) 127 BPM
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TML - "Subshell" - (5:15) 134 BPM
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Elemental - "Dirtyrider" - (5:36) 95 BPM
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SCB - "Artifact" - (5:07) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Tensor
HFT 071
08 Feb 19
Techno
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Tensor - (4:25) 132 BPM
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UND0 - (5:03) 134 BPM
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Cell ID (Alden Tyrell remix) - (5:56) 128 BPM
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Export (dub) - (4:30) 132 BPM
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Review: TML aka Peter Lansky returns to Hotflush with Tensor , his fourth release for the label. The grainy drums and gritty acid lines that dominate the title track would sound more at home on a label like Creme or one of the Clone platforms, so Scuba deserves credit for signing it. "Undo" is of a similarly raw disposition, but this time the US producer has upped the tempo and drops wild 303 spirals against a dark, stepping rhythm. "Export" sees Lansky return to the same approach as the title track, with rough acid unravelling over gut-busting subs. Retaining this deeply underground approach, the label has drafted in Alden Tyrell to deliver a rough electro-techno take on another TML track, "Cell ID".
No Memory
HFT 055
12 May 17
Techno
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Face Pads - (3:53) 161 BPM
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Cold Sleep - (4:56) 132 BPM
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Crying - (4:58) 132 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Strainer - (5:10) 124 BPM
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RHU - (6:15) 123 BPM
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Code Library - (4:42) 120 BPM
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Review: Peter Lansky aka TML comes from the US, but as his debut release for Hotflush shows, he is influenced heavily by UK dance music. From the dreamy, hardcore-refencing opener "Face Pads", to the stepping "Strainer" -although admiteddly it does sample US police sirens rather British ones - to the 90s techno abstractions of "Code Library", No Memory, in spite of its title, suggests that Lansky has soaked up most UK electronic music reference points of the past 25 years. This is most evident on the release highlight, "Crying"; centred on rumbling break beats, its euphoric stabs and ectatsic vocals sound like a thowback to the second summer of love.
I Need An Exit
HFT 068
19 Oct 18
Techno
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Raw Stack - (4:51) 89 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Sandboxing - (5:58) 133 BPM
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Export - (4:56) 132 BPM
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Clear Data - (5:44) 126 BPM
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Review: Minneapolis producer Peter Lansky has previously excelled on Hotflush Recordings, delivering a pair of EPs heavily influenced not by his native dance music culture but three decades of UK bass music. While these inspirations are still evident on "I Need An Exit", the EP's two most arresting dancefloor cuts - the rapid-fire machine percussion, slamming bass-weight and psychedelic, acid-fired electronics of "Raw Stack" and "Export" - are closer in feel and style to Miami bass, Chicago Juke and the most bombastic Detroit electro. In comparison, "Sandboxing" is deeper and far more druggy, with Lansky flitting between elongated analogue bass and skittish bouts of hardcore breakbeats, while closing cut "Clear Data" wraps hushed ambient chords and creepy electronics around a blazed and blunted post-dubstep rhythm.
Machine Bias
HFT 064
02 Mar 18
Minimal/Tech House
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Cell ID - (5:32) 128 BPM
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B2B - (5:01) 86 BPM
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Human - (4:10) 127 BPM
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RHU (Justin Cudmore remix) - (7:34) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Review: TML aka Peter Lansky hails from Minneapolis, and his debut outing on Hotflush offers an amalgamation of sounds from the past 30 years of electronic music. "Cell ID" is a raw, stepping workout that resounds to spine-tingling acid lines and crisp claps. "B2B" sees the US producer opt for mournful synth lines, albeit aligned to percussive volleys, while on "Human", he goes deeper still, as emotive pads and a breathy vocal unravel over a raw drum track. The label has also tapped Justin Cudmore to rework "RHU", with the revered producer dropping a bleep-heavy stepper that will appeal to fans of Tin Man's music.
Have A Good Time
LB 205
06 Jun 05
Funky/Club House
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Have A Good Time (Psycho radio mix) - (6:31) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Have A Good Time (Less vocal dub) - (5:57) 127 BPM
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Have A Good Time
803680 306550
11 Apr 06
Electro House
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Have A Good Time (less vocal dub) - (5:59) 127 BPM
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Have A Good Time (Psychoradio radio edit) - (3:59) 127 BPM
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Have A Good Time (Psychoradio mix) - (6:31) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Have A Good Time (Nick Morris dub) - (7:10) 126 BPM
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Have A Good Time (Another dub) - (7:41) 127 BPM
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Have A Good Time (radio edit) - (3:03) 127 BPM
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Have A Good Time (original version) - (10:21) 127 BPM
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Have A Good Time (Noferini E DJ Nick mix) - (3:53) 127 BPM
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Pictures & Frames
ELEG 063
03 May 12
Minimal/Tech House
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TML - "Turn It On" - (6:31) 125 BPM
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Da Lukas - "Stoolen Organ" - (6:26) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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Collective Endeavours 01.2
HFCOMP 011
08 Sep 17
Techno
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Trevino - "Plugged" - (5:47) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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LA-4A - "Supertouch" - (4:59) 132 BPM
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Lando - "Ritual Track" - (7:07) 123 BPM
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TML - "Crying" (Piano mix) - (4:55) 132 BPM
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Oliver Deutschmann - "Sequel" - (5:57) 130 BPM
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SCB - "Rolling SN" - (6:16) 130 BPM
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Review: The second volume of the Endeavours compilation starts with the artist it is dedicated to - Trevino. "Plugged" shows why the UK producer, who sadly passed away earlier this year, was held in such high esteem - its rich, dubby chords and swaggering groove sounding effortless. By contrast, Ambivalent delivers a rough, rugged take on jacking techno with "Supertouch" under his LA-4A guise, while Lando inhabits similar territory on the grimy "Ritual Track". There are emotions of a different nature audible on TML's "Crying (Piano Mix)", where euphoric keys and haunting vocals unfold over a rolling groove. Oliver Deutschmann provides the toughest, most frenetic track in the shape of the loopy techno "Sequel", while Scuba himself works as SCB to deliver the rough, sample-heavy techno of "Rolling SN".
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