Motel 4000 - (7:46) 121 BPM
Patootie Tango - (5:36) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
01 Nov 19
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Give Your Body (Fixed) - (12:45) 132 BPM
Give Your Body (Delta Funktionen 3AM mix) - (6:46) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Give Your Body (Lost Trax remix) - (7:04) 127 BPM
Review: It's hard to believe that "Give Your Body" is nearly 30 years old. Originally issued on Djax back in 1992, its throbbing acid groove and mesmerising vocal sample still burn with the same hypnotic intensity. Delsin has commissioned two of modern techno's most respected names to provide new remixes. Delta Funktionen delivers a tripped out, break beat version of the classic, with layer upon layer of acid woven into the arrangement, The excellent Lost Trax meanwhile drop a straighter, dance floor-focused version; beefing up the drums and adding a visceral edge to the arrangement, it and the Delta Funktionen take are respectful interpretations of this evergreen classic.
16 Aug 19
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Fadi Mohem - "Nine" - (4:46) 136 BPM
Balas - "Desdemona" - (5:53) 132 BPM
FJAAK - "Transmission" - (5:18) 132 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Claus Schoning - "Wizard" - (3:59) 142 BPM
Played by: B.Traits
Review: The second release on Spandau20 is a family affair. Fadi Mohem, who has previously released on Klockworks, gets down to business with the steely, percussive techno of "Nine". Shifting gears and changing tact, Balas delivers the broken beats, clanging hats and jungliest bass of "Desdemona", while Fjaak return to straighter techno thanks to the big-room chord stabs and pounding kicks of "Transmission", which has echoes of Dave Clarke's Red series. The sound shifts once again for Claus Schoning's "Wizard". In stark contrast to what went before it, it's an abstract, break beat track full of otherworldly squelches and atmospheric textures.
18 Nov 19
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Visual Distortion Of Reality - (7:12) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Not Moving - (5:44) 126 BPM
Jasmine - (6:22) 121 BPM
Jasmine (DJ Tennis Re-Match) - (5:37) 127 BPM
Review: Following Eps for 20:20 Vision and Freerange, Whitesquare aka Maurice Uzzan makes his debut for Life And Death. This release draws on a number of sources for inspiration; on the title track, the bass is influenced by early 90s house, while the acid line is redolent of Josh Wink at his finest. The dreamy vocal samples and break beats on "Not Moving" could have come from a San Fran free party, while "Jasmine" is more grounded. Led by an earthy acid line and a stepping rhythm, it's one of the more functional tracks on this release - until DJ Tennis gets his hands on it and turns it into a rumbling, 303-led roller.
LAD 046D
30 Aug 19
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Spellbound - (7:07) 118 BPM
Slave (Eurodollar dub) - (5:40) 121 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Slave (Dark Disco mix) - (5:40) 121 BPM
Raven - (6:30) 121 BPM
COR 077
11 Oct 19
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3am Central Line - (6:15) 122 BPM
Latin Tongue - (5:53) 127 BPM
Don't Wanna Stop - (6:36) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Minds Nature - (4:51) 129 BPM
Review: Next up on Lost Palms is 1-800 Girls aka Jake Stewart. Dancing is an atmospheric affair that is sure to appeal to fans of more esoteric techno. "3am Central Line" opens the release with a gentle, stepping groove and squelchy acid lines, while in a similar style is "Latin Tongue": the 303s have been replaced with breathy, billowing synths, but the punchy drums remain. On "Don't Wanna Stop", Stewart ups the tempo to deliver rolling break beats, but they deliver jazzy keys, while the EP concludes with "Minds Nature", an evocative piece of music that has echoes of 90s ambient.
29 Nov 19
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Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons - (5:19) 134 BPM
Formation Of Life - (6:35) 132 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Double Star - (5:59) 130 BPM
12 Parsecs - (5:10) 133 BPM
28 Jun 19
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Heat Wave - (5:05) 135 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Three Channels - (4:37) 135 BPM
Naoned - (4:31) 133 BPM
Dublin - (4:42) 125 BPM
Played by: Dave Clarke
06 Dec 19
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Strangers - (6:09) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Got Me Fucked Up - (6:13) 135 BPM
Got Me Fucked Up (Mall Grab remix) - (5:25) 135 BPM
Review: Strangers is the first collaboration between Mall Grab and Skin On Skin, and it sees them deliver a fine, distinctive dance floor release. On the title track, searing bass is combined with driving percussion and melancholic piano lines for a pensive but effective techno track. In contrast, Mall Grab's solo effort, "?" is a pummelling hard techno banger, replete with spooky Halloween samples and a slightly daft ragga vocal sample. Skin On Skin's remix features rolling break beats and tripped out blips, while his own charmingly titled "Got Me Fucked Up" is a slinky electro workout replete with ghetto samples. Mall Grab repays the favour by turning "Fucked Up" into a grainy banger, powered by hollowed out drums.
LFT 005
11 Oct 19
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DeFeKT - "Lucid" - (4:41) 121 BPM
DeFeKT - "Acid Bounce" - (3:01) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Maelstrom - "Czarna Woda" - (4:58) 127 BPM
Maelstrom - "No Escape" - (4:00) 128 BPM
AAR 006
30 Nov 17
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Dreamscience - (3:39) 133 BPM
Automotive - (4:56) 134 BPM
CS70 - (3:49) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Collateral - (6:20) 131 BPM
Monument - (7:52) 130 BPM
TZ 001
29 Nov 19
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Earth Boy - (6:19) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Desolation (dub) - (6:11) 120 BPM
Desolation (vocal) - (6:10) 120 BPM
Review: Next up on Dekmantel is Jered Phillip aka Jex Opolis with this highly engaging EP. One of the brains behind the Good Timin' label, Phillip's music takes inspiration from 80s boogie, electro and Italo Disco. Those elements all come together seamlessly on the title track, where crashing drums and a pulsating bass provide the basis for irresistible synth melodies. It makes for a vivid, expansive track. Meanwhile, "Desolation" sees Phillip focus his efforts more closely on updating the sounds of late 70s Italy, fusing staccato snares with irresistible melodic flourishes. The vocal version, with its nasal drawl, sees Jex Opolis edge closer to Fred Ventura territory.
17 May 19
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We Are The Future - (11:27) 127 BPM
Super Future Metropolis - (8:03) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
The Message - (5:29) 127 BPM
We Are The Future (D-Cut) - (9:49) 127 BPM
The Message (Space mix) - (5:12) 134 BPM
Played by: S-File
Review: Anthony Rother's music has always sounded futuristic, so it's not surprising that this release sounds like it came from another time. However, instead of the robust electro drums that Rother's music is usually based on, the title track is underpinned by a stripped back techno arrangement. Despite this slightly different approach than usual, it still gives him the opportunity to deliver his signature robo-vocals and austere, frosty synths. On "Super Future Metropolis", the storied German producer delivers a tantalisingly different approach, with a pile driving rhythm populated by abstract tones, while "The Message" is an epic synth workout, featuring those distinctive vocoder vocals.
STR 003
04 Oct 19
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Erscheinung - (5:52) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Paura - (5:33) 124 BPM
Forbidden - (4:43) 121 BPM
Face 2 Face - (8:00) 141 BPM
Played by: ROTCIV
Review: Bodies is Chanaski aka Stefan Haag's third release on the acclaimed LARJ label, and sees him drop a series of hardware-produced jams. First up, he displays his love of 80s electro with "Erscheinung". Featuring steely 808s and a Parliament bass, it seamlessly fuses stern, robotic synths and a riotous, freestyle aesthetic. On "Paura", Haag turns towards the dance floor, this time with straighter kicks and squelchy bass pulses creating a robust techno jam. However, Chinaski has a different side: "Forbidden" is more reflective and sees him drop evocative electro synths, while "Face 2 Face" provides the listener with an atmospheric ambient outro.
21 Sep 18
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Perfect Time - (4:17) 99 BPM
Perfect Time (Eagles & Butterflies remix) - (6:51) 117 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Perfect Time (Eagles & Butterflies Rave remix) - (7:43) 117 BPM
COR 079
29 Nov 19
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Total Kommander - (7:41) 113 BPM
En Blick Ufs Matterhorn - (6:17) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Passion - (15:55) 120 BPM
Review: GOTT is a new collaboration between Uncanny Valley label owner Sneaker and Scannoir. It is also the German word for 'God'. Indeed on "Total Kommander", it sounds like the almighty has had a hand in the production, as an ominous, robust groove rolls menacingly and bleak, gloomy synths underpin a frazzled vocal sample. More indistinct mutterings are audible on the murky rhythm of "En Blick Ufs Matterhorn", where the pair use lo-fi blips and grainy synths to capture the listener's attention. Meanwhile, "Passion" is redolent of Hague-style mutant disco as the God-like duo deliver a pulsating groove tailored for blacked-out bunkers.
UV 051
15 Nov 19
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Gemini - (5:43) 136 BPM
Close Encounters - (6:49) 136 BPM
Get Ghetto - (4:32) 136 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Colonized - (6:26) 129 BPM
Pit Lounge Eur - (5:30) 136 BPM
Spyware - (5:29) 133 BPM
Rhythmus Machine - (6:09) 144 BPM
Gi-Ne-Tik - (6:09) 142 BPM
Ellipticophasic - (5:43) 136 BPM
Crack In The Sun - (6:10) 136 BPM
Illusion Mode - (5:03) 138 BPM
Played by: Sync 24
SAT 017
11 Sep 06
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Calling Card - (5:23) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Calling Card (Razor dub) - (4:42) 120 BPM
Mezzanine - (3:55) 123 BPM
Mezzanine (Up dub) - (4:45) 123 BPM
Review: New music from Morgan Geist will always be celebrated thanks to his role in Metro Area, and more recently Storm Queen, and the New York producer is certainly on effervescent form with this debut 12" under his new project The Galleria. The four track Calling Card 12" finds Geist calling on the spirit of freestyle, club dubs, razor-edits and bubblegum-pop R&B there is something immediately satisfying to each one of them. Hyperdub artist Jessy Lanza provides some thrilling vocals to both original versions of "Calling Card" and "Mezzanine", the latter is a particularly sweet proposition, and Geist also contributes some superb '80s style dubs.
ENV 038
09 Jun 15
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Lord Of The Null Lines (Shimon & Benny L remix) - (5:40) 175 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Lord Of The Null Lines (Acen remix) - (5:18) 148 BPM
Lord Of The Null Lines (Fracus & Darwin remix) - (5:15) 175 BPM
Lord Of The Null Lines (Shoreman remix) - (6:08) 162 BPM
Lord Of The Null Lines (Empyreal remix) - (6:04) 100 BPM
KF 99
23 Sep 19
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Detroit Party Train - (5:34) 140 BPM
Nothing's Like Detroit - (5:45) 130 BPM
Dutch Friends - (5:12) 120 BPM
Detroit Technobass - (4:37) 140 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
FM Sucks - (4:52) 140 BPM
06 Dec 19
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Shadow Police - (5:18) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Pillensmoel - (4:12) 127 BPM
Come To The House - (5:43) 126 BPM
No Winners No Losers - (5:20) 126 BPM
06 Sep 19
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Humanoid - "ST8818r" - (4:02) 134 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Luke Vibert - "The Banter Notes" - (5:26) 117 BPM
Air Liquide - "Strunkelpotz" - (5:03) 120 BPM
Review: The mood on the eighth volume of Eps dedicated to celebrating De:tuned's 10th birthday is darker than previous editions. It begins with a new, full-on version of Humanoid's "Stakker" - renamed here as "ST8818r" - replete with coruscating acid lines and stomping break beats. Mike Dred aka Kosmik Kommando's timeless rave track "Biosurvival" also gets an airing, before Luke Vibert slows the pace down with the grinding "The Banter Notes". DE:10.08 also gets extra kudos for including a track from the brilliant - and underrated act - Air Liquide. In keeping with the overall acid-fried theme, they contribute the mind-bending "Strunkelpotz".
ASG_DE 027
04 Oct 19
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Backseat - (4:27) 120 BPM
Technoprose - (4:54) 129 BPM
Mine - (4:43) 139 BPM
CRFT - (4:15) 138 BPM
Behaviour - (3:35) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: Wun
366372 9084545
03 May 19
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Random Pain - (5:46) 130 BPM
HRL6 - (6:49) 132 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Drive Shift - (7:00) 120 BPM
Drive Shift (The Hacker remix) - (6:22) 120 BPM
31 Aug 18
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Everybody Get Down - (2:43) 120 BPM
Hornz - (2:54) 150 BPM
Pop Em Thangz - (2:46) 120 BPM
Shake Yo Booty - (2:51) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
JKO 110
06 Aug 11
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Do That There - (4:20) 116 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Do That There (Jukestrumental) - (4:19) 116 BPM
Do That There (acappella) - (3:57) 116 BPM
Prince Of The Ghetto - (4:22) 117 BPM
JKO 043
14 Jul 08
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Ocular Design - (4:19) 134 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Cycle Of Life - (5:08) 133 BPM
Zuiderpark - (6:59) 120 BPM
End Life - (5:24) 115 BPM
19 Apr 19
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Age Of Ruin - (6:50) 155 BPM
City Of Illusion - (6:36) 132 BPM
Vortex Unknown - (8:22) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Vectorvision aka Brian Bishop joins underground luminaries such as Carl Finlow and Lord of the Isles on the Lone Romantic roster. Similar in aesthetic to Finlow's work, Star Dwellers is a futuristic, at times bleak electro release. It starts off with the stripped back, metallic funk of "Age of Ruin", its slinky rhythm conjuring up the soundtrack to a crumbling industrial city scape. "City of Illusion" sees Bishop take a turn down an alternate route, with ice cool synths unravelling against a low-slung electronic groove. "Vortex Unknown" is similar in approach to "Ruin", but sees Bishop deliver a tougher workout, with mechanical squelches and blips reverberating against a tough, robotic rhythm.
LR 008
07 Sep 18
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Inkel Jet 880 - (7:56) 122 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Topo Chico - (7:54) 127 BPM
Topo Chico (Tribute mix) - (6:50) 128 BPM
19 Jul 19
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Demolition (original mix) - (5:09) 150 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Demolition (Roe Deers remix) - (7:25) 112 BPM
Demolition (Tolouse Low Trax remix) - (5:41) 150 BPM
SIN 004
11 Oct 19
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Acid Phase (original remastered) - (5:19) 135 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Acid Phase (Elektrochemie LK remix) - (8:42) 135 BPM
Acid Phase (Kai Tracid remix) - (6:37) 138 BPM
361015 0238733
21 Sep 11
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Groove - (6:38) 133 BPM
Hotchic (Getto Mash Up mix) - (3:41) 130 BPM
Bass Attack - (5:40) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Take U There - (6:34) 132 BPM
BR 004
25 Jul 09
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You Are Not My Friend - (4:57) 117 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Bionic Circuits - (4:50) 119 BPM
Gate Invader - (6:51) 126 BPM
You Can't Take Me Down - (5:10) 129 BPM
Review: Dutch producer Offset inaugurates his new Rotterdam Electronix imprint with a slab of heavyweight electro and gutsy techno excursions on the Ecotone EP. Starting off with the rusty and dusted down smack electro of "You Are Not My Friend", "Bionic Circuits" then gets into some dark/deep and neon-lit techno grooves. "Gate Invader" is a nicely hypnotic dub workout reminiscent of early Davide Squillace, while "You Can't Take Me Down" gets back into the electro game in properly Dutch fashion: it's reminiscent of local legends like I-F or Alden Tyrell. This is an impressive debut indeed and we are certainly excited for what's in store next from this emerging label.
RET 001
18 Sep 17
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Stulle - (6:02) 120 BPM
Eiter - (4:20) 115 BPM
Grad III - (6:28) 114 BPM
Eine Frau Eine Man - (4:24) 141 BPM
Joyeuse Bureau - (3:33) 124 BPM
Strigoi - (6:58) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
PS 008
04 Nov 19
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Mark Mackenzie - "Terrafirma" - (4:34) 126 BPM
Mark Mackenzie - "Flora" - (6:40) 126 BPM
Ross XLS - "Like We Used To" - (5:00) 128 BPM
Connor Byrne - "Fierce Deity" - (5:42) 141 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Mike Blyth - "Atom Junction" - (4:37) 133 BPM
KNCL 001
29 Nov 19
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Music (original mix) - (5:17) 121 BPM
Music (remix) - (5:13) 120 BPM
More Music - (2:55) 120 BPM
Music (Boris Dlugosch remix) - (7:12) 121 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Music (Boris Dlugosch Bonus Beats) - (4:07) 121 BPM
Music (Boris Dlugosch Tribal Reprise) - (1:51) 121 BPM
Review: Second time around for Syncbeat's "Music", an influential early UK electro workout made by members of legendary Manchester outfit Broken Glass and mixed by local hero Greg Wilson. This surprise Running Back reissue includes all three of Wilson's original 1984 mixes. There's the wonderfully deep and glassy eyed Afro-electro/synth-pop fusion of the Original Mix, the Bobby 'O' Orlando-influenced shuffle of the "Remix" and the stripped-back, delay-laden edit brilliance of the dub style "More Music". Fresh reworks come from German house stalwart Boris Dlugosch who tidies it up and beefs it up whilst retaining the loved-up vibes and chanted vocals of the '84 original. His two DJ tool style revisions - the bodypopping "Bonus Beats" and sunrise-friendly "Tribal Reprise" - are also superb.
07 Sep 18
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The Egyptian Lover - "This That Old School" - (5:46) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Syracuse & Epsilove - "Scubatomic Love" - (4:35) 127 BPM
Palms Trax - "Honey Lemongina" - (4:45) 125 BPM
Interstellar Funk - "EFX Harmonix" - (6:41) 126 BPM
Review: A decade ago, the Dekmantel crew threw their first party in the Dutch capital; two years later the record label followed. For their decennial anniversary, Dekmantel Records are releasing 10 very special EPs over the course of 2017. The fourth release in their celebratory series is a collection of new material from some of the label's favourite artists. This fourth edition brings together their love of electro and wave influenced grooves by the likes of Los Angeles electro legend The Egyptian Lover, who serves up the aptly titled "This That Old School" which proves to all the bandwagon jumping wannabes what 'real' electro is. Staying on that retro flavoured tip are the Antinote affiliated Syracuse & Epsilove doing some acid infused analogue jack by way of pop on "Scubatomic Love". Finally, they look locally with the Red Light Radio affiliated/Rush Hour 'analogue adventurist' Interstellar Funk: who pursues some retro/balearic vibes on the sublime "EFX Harmonix"
23 Jun 17
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Enzo Elia & Aldebaran - "Low Red" (feat Quique) - (5:37) 121 BPM
Enzo Elia & Aldebaran - "Low Red" (instrumental) - (5:37) 121 BPM
Aj Squinza - (7:17) 121 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Volpinata - (7:31) 121 BPM
Review: Enzo Elia, who has put out on Hell Yeah and Freerange, delivers a killer debut for Kompakt. Teaming up with Aldebaran for production and Quique on vocals, "Low Red" is a blistering, moody electro cut that resonates to a frazzled bass and atmospheric synths. On the flip, with Elia flying in solo mode, "AJ Squinza" focuses on a more typical Kompakt cut, with high-frequency bleeps building over a pulsating, electronic disco groove. Remaining in similar territory but beefing up the bass, Elia drops "Volpinata", where mysterious synths twist and turn their way over a heads-down slightly tougher bass. It's not the last we're likely to hear of Elia's association with Kompakt.
12 Jul 19
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Pulsar - (7:40) 126 BPM
Oedo 808 - (5:28) 130 BPM
Blue Moon Tree - (7:52) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: UK producer Matt Cutler aka Lone delivers the final instalment in his Ambivert Tools series of EPs. Like previous editions, The London based producer borrows respectfully from classic house aesthetics while decorating them with a vibrant and contemporary edge - much like the tracks released on his acclaimed Magicwire imprint. The evocative and breakbeat driven "Pulsar" conjures up memories of the late '90s, sounding like an excerpt from Sasha & Digweed's seminal Northern Exposure series. "Oedo 808" goes down a solid electro bass route and the sensual latin house flair of "Blue Moon Tree" intoxicates you with its shimmering chord progressions and hypnotic bongo rhythms.
RS 1814
12 Oct 18
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Ready To Shine - (6:22) 123 BPM
GPM 554
02 Dec 19
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KNSR - (5:55) 120 BPM
Too Far Gone - (5:04) 127 BPM
Erotique Feedback - (6:10) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Past The Edge - (1:29) 148 BPM
Eyes Forward - (5:49) 133 BPM
Backwards Tomarrows - (4:01) 124 BPM
Review: Techno institution Tresor have tapped Pittsburgh veteran Shawn Rudiman for their 311th release. Over his 20 year career, he's released on esteemed imprints such as 7th City, Matrix, Pittsburgh Tracks and Applied Rhythmic Technology (ART) so he's definitely earned his spot here on the Berlin-based label. A stark homage to the recent history of American electronic music, Rudiman pays his respect in a poignant manner. From the moody tension and suspense of "Too Far Gone" calling to mind Landcruising era Carl Craig, bridging the gap between Chicago acid and Florida electro on "Too Far Gone" or the majestic hi-tech soul of first wave Motor City on "Backwards Tomarrows" through to the evocative IDM interludes such as "KNSR" or "Past The Edge" which call to mind the work of Detroit innovators such as John Beltran or Neil Ollivierra - Rudiman proudly wears his influences on his sleeve yet impressively reinterprets them as his own on this fine release.
12 Jul 19
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The Blue Hour - (8:04) 128 BPM
Weltformel - (5:00) 129 BPM
Falling Into The Light - (10:23) 126 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Artefakt aka Nick Lapien and Robin Koek have enjoyed a fruitful relationship with Delsin. They released one of their first Eps on the label back in 2015 and issuing their debut album on its sister imprint, Ann Aimee, last year. Now the duo makes a return visit to the main Dutch imprint. "The Blue Hour" is a malign-sounding roller, led by acrid riffs and heavy layers of reverb. By contrast, "Weltformel" is a wonderfully light and floaty break beat affair that captures their work at its most atmospheric. Somewhere in the middle of these opposites sits the title track, a deep, dance floor-friendly groove that features a fusion of airy synths and curling acid lines.
22 Jun 18
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Lately (Gerd Janson & Shan remix) - (5:40) 125 BPM
Lately (Bawrut remix - dub version) - (6:38) 123 BPM
Lately (Bawrut remix - extended version) - (10:42) 123 BPM
Salted Caramel Ice Cream (Moscoman remix) - (6:15) 123 BPM
Salted Caramel Ice Cream (Anna Lann remix) - (5:25) 81 BPM
Wedding Bells (IDLES 'Til Dev Do Us Party remix) - (6:23) 74 BPM
Wedding Bells (IDLES 'Til Dev Do Us Party remix - edit) - (3:42) 74 BPM
Wedding Bells (Georgia remix) - (4:23) 126 BPM
Wedding Bells (Sascha Funke remix) - (7:00) 125 BPM
Salted Caramel Ice Cream (Blase remix) - (2:55) 128 BPM
Insecurity (Michael Mayer What IZ Love remix) - (8:05) 120 BPM
Walking In The Dark (Young Marco remix) - (7:01) 128 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Insecurity (Pierre III remix) - (4:57) 111 BPM
BEC 5650699
11 Dec 19
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Daniel Kyo - "Cami De Pinedo" - (7:46) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Mystery Of Science - "Planet Of Love" - (4:40) 114 BPM
John Parsley & Jack Pattern - "Sequential Move" - (5:36) 121 BPM
Luca Dell'Orso - "Wave No 3" - (5:09) 108 BPM
Review: Bordello A Parigi's long-running Riviera Disco series is undeniably nostalgic in outlook, serving up new music inspired by imaginary European beach holidays in the early-to-mid-80s. That's not meant as a criticism, as the music is invariably superb. This sixth installment delivers plenty of sparkling, retro-futurist thrills, from the tactile, slightly melancholic synth-disco shuffle of John Parsley & Jack Pattern's "Sequential Move", to the classic, arpeggios-and-cheery melodies of Luca Dell'Orso's ZYX style Italo-disco bubbler "Wave No. 3". Those fantasizing about sweaty, late night dances in sticky, sea front clubs should head for the muscular grooves, druggy arpeggios and spacey melodies of Daniel Kyo's "Cami De Pinedo", and the eyes-closed bliss of Mystery of Science's luscious "Planet of Love".
BAP 063
27 Jun 16
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La Gente Del Futuro - (6:39) 59 BPM
Miento Movi - (6:24) 61 BPM
Miento Movi (Montcosmik remix) - (5:27) 59 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
NEIN 1936
18 Oct 19
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You - (6:29) 121 BPM
Yellow Cake - (6:24) 120 BPM
Robocop - (5:39) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Breaker Breaker head honcho Haider has caught the attention of Will Saul with his eclectic talent. Following his breakout EP for his own label, the 10961 EP is his debut for AUS music. Full name Haider Masroor, the German artist compliments the British label as its newly acquired artist. Features dusty minimal house like on "You" reminiscent of past contributions to the label by the likes of Matt Karmil, Motor City deep house influences by the likes of The Three Chairs on the sublime "Yellow Cake" and timeless electro vibe on "Robocop".
AUS 138D
22 Mar 19
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Tye Die Techno - (8:07) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Ode To A Happening On Earth - (5:58) 120 BPM
ESP 078
14 Dec 18
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Misantropicalia - (6:13) 125 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Outrun - (6:13) 127 BPM
Don't Look Around - (6:25) 120 BPM
Review: Next up on Scuba's esteemed Hotflush imprint is Brazilian newcomer Daniela Caldellas aka Terr with the driving and hypnotic techno journey entitled "Misantropicalia", which follows up last years awesome Burn The Past EP. The title track is awash in layers of razor sharp arpeggios; it's quite reminiscent of Croatian legend Petar Dundov in a away, and that's a compliment. On "OutRun" she throws down some griity electro-funk which is no doubt informed by a healthy love of legends such as Dopplereffekt or Drexciya, while "Don't Look Around" goes for something different again on this spacey, neon-lit electro house cruiser.
HFT 052
10 Feb 17
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Nosa Costra - (8:07) 53 BPM
Pookish - (5:56) 60 BPM
Der Trip - (5:16) 122 BPM
Ja Gakaki - (3:45) 95 BPM
Played by: Rayko
RW 067
09 Dec 19
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The Door - (2:08) 127 BPM
The Uninvited Guest - (2:43) 117 BPM
High Together - (3:43) 116 BPM
Nights Off - (4:08) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Let Me In! - (3:05) 122 BPM
Von Kopf Bis Fuss - (1:21) 152 BPM
MTR 01
01 Jan 13
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