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.
PALMS 023
29 Nov 19
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Sagittarius A - (5:15) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Pleasure Discipline - (5:56) 135 BPM
   
Ertrinken - (5:38) 140 BPM
   
Growth Cycle (feat Robert Owens) - (5:52) 117 BPM
   
Zahlensender - (8:34) 122 BPM
   
The Approach - (3:32) 160 BPM
   
Nylon Mood - (6:27) 85 BPM
   
Alphabet City - (5:41) 120 BPM
   
Don't Ask, Don't Tell - (6:09) 127 BPM
   
No Entiendes - (6:56) 129 BPM
   
Kurzstrecke - (6:43) 121 BPM
   
Golden Dawn (feat Stefanie Parnow) - (7:14) 133 BPM
   
Interdimensional Interferenc - (5:58) 137 BPM
   
Distant Paradise - (8:04) 128 BPM
   
Be (feat Robert Owens) - (4:50) 138 BPM
   
Vampir - (6:29) 127 BPM
   
Downtown 161 - (11:36) 132 BPM
Review: Existenz is Dave Sumner's third artist album as Function, and it partly ushers in a change in style. While there are echoes of his typical brooding, hypnotic techno on the mysterious, acid-tinged "Nylon Mood" and the heads-down roller, "Golden Dawn" - which features Stefanie Parnow - much of the album comprises a more mellow mood. There's the wonderfully hypnotic 90s ambient of "The Approach" and "Sagittarius A (Right Ascension)", while Function hooks up with vocalist Robert Owens to do deep house on the layered, textured "Growth Cycle". It's without doubt Function's most diverse long player, and ranges from the rickety electro of "Pleasure Discipline" to the dub shanty of "Interdimensional Interference".
TRESOR 315
06 Dec 19
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Your Here - (5:02) 135 BPM
   
Dulchie Ina Duplex - (3:55) 130 BPM
   
Jack Burton - (4:29) 130 BPM
   
Ronans In The Toyato - (6:16) 130 BPM
   
Liquid Gold - (5:20) 130 BPM
   
The Ballad Of Jimmy McGee - (5:52) 130 BPM
   
Strange - (4:34) 130 BPM
   
You Are Home - (4:30) 130 BPM
   
The Sunrise Crew - (6:42) 130 BPM
   
The Last Tune Of The Nite - (5:04) 131 BPM
   
Fantastic - (4:46) 140 BPM
   
Eat Your Government - (3:47) 110 BPM
   
99 Dubplate - (7:09) 131 BPM
   
The Rise UP - (4:56) 127 BPM
   
The Wiggle - (5:54) 127 BPM
   
Your Here - DJ Version - (5:42) 135 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
You Are Home - extended Beats version - (5:22) 130 BPM
   
The Last Tune Of The Nigh - DJ version - (5:07) 131 BPM
   
Durty Mondays - (5:06) 130 BPM
   
Liquid Gold - Disco version - (5:35) 130 BPM
Played by: Johnnypluse
Review: As ever with JohnnyPluse, we are in for a treat as he lands yet again onto BulaBeats for a phenomenal display in breakbeat brilliance across twenty incredibly well produced originals. There is something on this project for everyone, from the colourful landscaping and bouncing drums of 'You Are Home' to the more tribal percussive smacks of 'Eat Your Government' and junglist inspired arrangements of 'The Wiggle'. There are a couple of clear stand-outs across this twenty track bonanza, including the euphoric drum breaks of 'Fantastic' and the smooth harmonies of the disco edition of 'Liquid Gold'.
BB 1017
02 Dec 19
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