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Nzambi (Terekke remix) - (10:29) 123 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Parallel Sensations (Timothy J Fairplay vocal remix) - (4:56) 105 BPM
Before The Dawn (Jonas Reinhardt remix) - (3:40) 129 BPM
Parallel Sensations (Timothy J Fairplay instrumental version - Digital Exclusive) - (4:56) 105 BPM
Review: After the tense and dramatic soundscapes of Jason Letkiewicz's Nzambi LP under his soundtrack guise Alan Hurst, Emotional Response have put the tracks to the test for three appropriately oddball remixers. Fellow L.I.E.S. affiliate Terekke turns out a heavily sedated dub of "Nzambi" that rides a pacey house beat but buries everything in delay and reverb. Timothy J Fairplay brings some serious sleazy 80s electro tones to "Parallel Sensations", complete with predatory vocal and thick ladles of synthy goodness. Finally, Jonas Reinhardt cools off the intensity with a blissful ambient version of "Before The Dawn" which plunges headfirst into a warm bed of melodic drones.
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07 Jan 13
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Dark Tide - (3:55) 73 BPM
Nzambi - (7:02) 98 BPM
Light Line - (1:36) 74 BPM
Waking Dreams - (3:31) 140 BPM
Reflections (Part 1) - (2:54) 110 BPM
Delerious State - (1:44) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Parallel Sensations - (2:01) 72 BPM
Partial Glow - (2:06) 82 BPM
Blood Rain Barrier - (2:31) 118 BPM
No Way Out - (4:44) 134 BPM
Technologies Of Consciousness - (2:17) 73 BPM
Reflections (Part 2) - (2:15) 94 BPM
Before The Dawn - (2:24) 129 BPM
ERS 001
17 Dec 12
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Marine (Woo version) - (4:33) 130 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Cleo (Felicia Atkinson remix) - (3:27) 92 BPM
Vanishing Point (Image Man remix) - (9:04) 129 BPM
ERS 038
01 Jan 19
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The Letter - (3:48) 101 BPM
Marine - (2:00) 129 BPM
Madagascar - (4:12) 92 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Cleo - (3:08) 92 BPM
The Seventeenth Century - (2:32) 69 BPM
The Marble Sky - (4:33) 100 BPM
Mirror The Clouds - (2:30) 72 BPM
Lost Summer - (4:57) 131 BPM
Fragrance - (3:31) 121 BPM
The Streets Are Filled With Rain - (1:51) 81 BPM
Vanishing Point - (3:06) 92 BPM
Review: Emotional Response brings together two esteemed artists as they continue to celebrate five years of top-drawer releases. Alexis Georgopoulos and Jefre Cantu-Ledesma aren't necessarily household names, but their respective careers have touched on many a respected project in a variety of fields. Here, the pair turn in some wonderfully expressive compositions played out across all manner of organic instrumentation. The richness of the production and the highly developed ideas embedded within this gorgeous LP should resonate for a long time to come, not least because the pieces are all so easy on the ears. From Steely Dan precision to Balearic lilt, this is proper players music played by proper players.
ERS 033
13 Oct 17
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I - (2:49) 92 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
II - (2:13) 136 BPM
III - (2:04) 140 BPM
IV - (3:46) 157 BPM
V - (3:52) 152 BPM
VI - (3:30) 90 BPM
VII - (4:04) 158 BPM
VIII - (2:55) 131 BPM
IX - (2:37) 80 BPM
X - (2:15) 88 BPM
XI - (3:17) 140 BPM
XII - (3:56) 132 BPM
XIII - (3:01) 100 BPM
XIV - (2:03) 146 BPM
XV - (2:40) 160 BPM
Review: Emotional Response is delighted to present a special project, a collection of music from Bartosz Kruczynski, recorded for Selected Media and presented here as a time-piece of his continuing works. Initially known as one half of sample based project Ptaki (The Very Polish Cut Outs / Transatlantyk), Kruczynski first appeared for Emotional Response as The Phantom for the first series of Schleissen in 2015. Featuring two works of deep fourth world sounds, they highlighted a shift to more mellow, synthetic and hazy compositions.

His break out came, however, when he explored this sound further on his eponymous album Baltic Beat, for the acclaimed Growing Bin Records. This has been augmented with the recent club based music as one half of the wonderful Earth Trax (Rhythm Section International / Phonica Records) project.

Here though, Kruczynski returns to the ambient and ethereal - plus a touch of dub techno - to showcase his expansive collaborative work with Polish studio, TVP Culture. Given free artistic license, the 15 short form recordings included here were for programming, in the main, on modern Polish Art including the likes of Magdalena Abakanowicz, Miroslaw Balka and Tadeusz Kantor, as well as some international aspects for Enrico Prampolini, Ai Weiwei and Monica Bonvicini.

Taken from over 70 episodes the material included recollects imagery, video and memory to present a series of short vignettes that together create one whole. Minimal and hazy ambience (V, VII, VIII, XI, XII) envisages classic melodies and chords and is accompanied by further 'fourth world' pieces (I, II, III, VII, X) that present an oeuvre that is recognisably the music of Kruczynski, while remaining fresh and perfectly meditative.

A counter can be found in the atmospheric dub works (IV, IX, XIV) that hint at echo chamber environs to get infinitely lost in. As an album then, Selected Media can be heard as a snapshot to Kruczynski's music journey, a meeting of art and music that is oft overlooked but very much essential.
ERS 040
10 Apr 20
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Highway - (5:52) 60 BPM
Circle Dance - (5:48) 60 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Tortuga - (4:46) 92 BPM
Route 242 - (3:59) 64 BPM
Meditation - (5:12) 60 BPM
Tiptoe In The Sand - (8:07) 101 BPM
ERS 008
04 Nov 13
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Circle Dance (Nacho Patrol remix) - (5:23) 120 BPM
Meditation (Luke Wyatt remix) - (4:46) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Highway (Sad City remix) - (8:05) 150 BPM
Tortuga (Valet remix) - (5:02) 120 BPM
Review: William Burnett (Black Deer) returns to Emotional Response in remix form with reworks from Legowelt as Nacho Patrol, Luke Wyatt (aka Torn Hawk), Scottish artist Sad City and Oregon experimentalist Honey Owens under her Valet alias. Nacho Patrol's take of the ear pricking "Circle Dance" gives the track a house music make over, with its "Voodoo Ray" styled synths again give precedence. Luke Wyatt turns in an emotional and surfy, synth punk remix to "Meditation" that sounds like it could soundtrack a montage from the finale scenes of an '80s TV show for teenagers, while Sad City lets loose on the delay when remixing "Highway". And it's all open road, neon streaks of vapourware for Valet's reanimation of "Tortuga".
ERS 014
23 Feb 15
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Alpha Moon - (7:29) 61 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Crystal Cloud - (2:56) 71 BPM
Mercury Ripples - (8:22) 120 BPM
Light Space - (11:18) 97 BPM
Nexus Vox - (8:56) 76 BPM
To The Stars - (9:58) 120 BPM
Traces - (6:10) 118 BPM
Eclipse Predictions - (12:29) 120 BPM
ERS 024
09 Sep 16
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Light Space (Tolouse Low Trax remix) - (6:11) 97 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Crystal Clouds (Gigi Masin remix) - (9:17) 116 BPM
Traces (Harmonious Thelonious remix) - (5:37) 118 BPM
Eclipse Predictions (Ronny & Renzo remix) - (10:14) 74 BPM
Review: Brain Machine's Peaks LP was a highlight of the Emotional Response catalogue last year, and it's only right that the album gets a high-class set of remixes to accompany it. The label have pulled out the stops here with an all-star cast, leading in with Salon Des Amateurs dreamweaver Toulouse Low Trax who drops a pinging, plucking version of "Light Space". Then Gigi Masin steps up with an illustrious revision of "Crystal Clouds", while Harmonious Thelonious brings a heavy yet measured, techno-minded presence to "Traces". Ronny & Renzo round the package out with playful synth splashes on their version of "Eclipse Predictions".
ERS 0301
07 Jul 17
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To The Stars (Rollmottle remix) - (6:13) 106 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Mercury Ripple (Die Wilde Jagd remix) - (9:36) 60 BPM
Alpha Moon (Merrick Adams remix) - (7:07) 123 BPM
Nexus Vox (Cass version Part I & II) - (8:26) 91 BPM
Review: Emotional Response reach out to another fine selection of sonic voyagers to take Brain Machine's excellent Peaks LP to task, leading in with the warm discoid undulations of Rollmottle who refigures "To The Stars" as a gentle, groovy warm-up joint. Die Wilde Jagd takes on "Mercury Ripples" and fashion a bombastic breaks jam out of it, and Merrick Adams pushes "Alpha Moon" into a curious but ultimately cosmic space somewhere beyond the titular lunar body. Cass takes the prize with the bittersweet synth tones that course through the two-part remix of "Nexus Vox".
ERS 0302
07 Jul 17
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Eternal Night (Steeve Moore remix) - (6:45) 129 BPM
Heaven (Unit 4 remix) - (5:45) 121 BPM
Pulsations (Majeure remix) - (8:18) 129 BPM
Capricorn Rising (Spectral Empire remix) - (8:59) 105 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: When released on the THISISNOTANEXIT label in 2008 to little fanfair, the Brain Machine by Brain Machine was 2 unknown producers delivering a unique take on the electronic, experimental climbs of the Krautrock sound. Now known to be Rome based Guido Zen and London's Jon Tye - aka one half of the Seahawks - the album soon spread through word of mouth and was backed with live dates from Scotland to Scandinavia. Handing the album to a selection of producers they admired resulted in remixes from Dusseldorf's Unit 4 and Musiccargo, London's Spectral Empire - aka George Thompson (Black Merlin) and Kyle Martin (Land of Light) - and from the USA, Jonas Reinhardt and both Steve Moore and A.E Paterra of space rock pioneers, Zombi. With the demise of TINAE in 2010, the remixes never saw the light of day. The Lost Machine EP collects these four remixes on one EP. A collection of percussive interpretations take the album's electronic kraut expanses towards a darker club sound that wouldn't go amiss on the more experimental offerings from LIES or Creme Organisation. All-in-all a welcome archival excavation from Emotional Response.
ERS 009
31 Mar 14
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Jelli - (6:40) 57 BPM
U - (6:47) 50 BPM
Running - (5:42) 90 BPM
Cooper's Return (Part I & II) - (3:21) 90 BPM
Prismatic Prolog - (3:39) 72 BPM
The Chase/Holding On - (5:18) 53 BPM
Ann - (5:49) 51 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Your Beautiful Look Is Looping Endlessly In My Head - (4:52) 69 BPM
Space Talk - (2:51) 78 BPM
Review: Having done such wonderful work alongside Wolf Muller on The Sound Of Glades album, Cass makes a welcome return with an expansive album release on Emotional Response. The German producer's ambient tendencies blossom here, occasionally meeting with laconic drums as on "U" but primarily dealing in huge swathes of melody. DJs will want to hold out for the dramatic pulse of "Ann", where a more pronounced drum set makes for one of the album's most club-ready moments. There's a strong variety of tones and moods across Youth Sessions, from the strafing arpeggios of "Running" to the bliss-out shapeless swirl of "Prismatic Prolog", and this ensures that the album will not dull with repeated listens.
ERS 027
18 Jan 17
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Snaker Charmer - (8:31) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Take Me To Your Leader - (7:07) 120 BPM
Shimmer - (8:40) 142 BPM
Hold Me Take Me Leave Me - (4:46) 115 BPM
Review: The supremely talented William Burnett makes a belated return to Emotional Response, and this time he's got Brooklyn-based studio pal John Beall in tow. Those who enjoyed the duo's release on the L.I.E.S. white label series should lap up Shimmer. It hits hard from the off, with "Snaker Charmer" delivering a velvet-clad punch to the guts. It's techno right from the top drawer, with darting electronics and drawn out pads riding a thunderous groove. The title track is impressive, too, with surging electronics and throbbing synths riding a techno-tempo groove crafted out of an old hardcore breakbeat. There's some more considered fare on offer, too, with the shimmering ambience of "Hold Me Take Me Leave Me" completing a superb package.
ERS 011
29 Sep 14
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Don't DJ - "Kosmose" - (19:57) 123 BPM
Tropical Hi-Fi - "Oceanic Mythology" - (24:42) 145 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Number three in the four part SchleiBen series from Emotional Response arrives with Don't DJ and Tropical Hi-Fi at the controls. The former is the current creative endeavour of Florian Meyer, founder of the Diskant label and one of the more experimental and academic producers to surface from Dusseldorf in recent times. He also forms one third of The Durian Brothers. Meyer's "Kosmose" is a 20 minute piece which explores the link between polyrhythmic percussion and brooding electronics; understandably, it's ripe with introspective qualities. Offering some contrast, Northern Australian producer Tropical Hi-fi turns in "Oceanic Mythology", a meandering journey through found sounds, psychedelia, folk music and more which sounds like listening to SUED B-sides whilst tripped out on acid.
ERSS 003
20 Jul 15
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The Quay - (4:32) 124 BPM
Unexplained Intergalactic Radio Bursts - (6:56) 126 BPM
Salamoor - (4:56) 56 BPM
Stories Of Prison - (4:34) 58 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Night Ferry - (6:50) 53 BPM
Is It Wrong? - (4:13) 143 BPM
Review: Stories of Prison sees Timothy J Fairplay returns to Emotional Response having helped shape the identity of the label in it's infancy with the release of Somebody, Somewhere back in 2012. A lot of music has come from both artist and label since then, with Fairplay's reputation as a solo artist fully established thanks to releases on a myriad of labels. Stories of Prison is a mini LP rich in the musical intensity Fairplay has instilled in all his music to date, yet there is a daring sense of diversity at play too. From the effervescent dubbed out house toughness of opening track "The Quay", Fairplay veers into subaquatic breakbeat, deep synth Love From Outer Space chuggers, and other late night sonic treats.
ERS 015
09 Mar 15
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Apollo Soyuz - (7:23) 114 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Commerzreggae - (4:25) 125 BPM
Space Junk - (3:00) 109 BPM
Testz 1 - (6:57) 83 BPM
Fuxa Gate - (2:26) 120 BPM
Nerdz - (5:27) 100 BPM
Progress M34 MIR Docking Accident 1997 - (2:55) 120 BPM
Korg Dub - (3:39) 129 BPM
Review: Having issued a mini-album from Fuxa earlier this year, Stuart Leath's tireless Emotional Response welcomes the Detroit band back to the label with an album recorded alongside Neil Mackay of Loop fame. Apollo Soyuz was originally released digitally earlier this year via bandcamp, but you can see why Leath would want to license it for a proper vinyl edition. The eight tracks form an exploration of the outer cosmos that is tinged with a deep psychedelia that will resonate warmly with fans of Emotional Response. From the space funk of the opening "Apollo Soyuz", Fuxa and Mackay lead the listener through galactic kosmische, spatial ambience and primal tape loop experiments and more with "Testz 1" a considered highlight.
ERS 020
13 Nov 15
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Matthewdavid's Mindflight - "Sonos" - (20:40) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
HOLOVR - "Horizon Dub" - (7:14) 118 BPM
HOLOVR - "Mind Movement" - (9:15) 113 BPM
HOLOVR - "Mycomorph" - (7:08) 57 BPM
Review: The Schleissen series goes from strength to strength on Emotional Response, inviting another two esteemed luminaries in the field of ambience to indulge themselves on a long side of wax. Matthewdavid is a welcome addition to the series - the West Coast champion has been operating in all kinds of unusual realms for a long time - and he comes to this release with a new project entitled Mindflight. The resulting track "Sonos' loops and folds heavy washes of drone and feedback in a thoroughly stimulating bath of harmony. Firecracker affiliate HOLOVR meanwhile presents three different musings on the dynamics of vintage UK techno, all crooked beat formations and luscious synth strokes gazing into the future.
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05 Oct 18
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Dizziness That Shakes Rivers & Mountains - (18:40) 126 BPM
Abstract Painting 114-115_3#03 - (12:24) 120 BPM
Abstract Painting 104-105_7#02 - (7:51) 80 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Schleissen 1 marks the beginning of a major, four-part project from Stuart Leath's Emotional Response label; an in-depth exploration of the "outer reaches" of drone and ambient. It's a grand scheme, highlighted perfectly by the grandiose scale of Serbian maverick Abul Mogard's opener - a hypnotic, 19-minute exploration of modular drone music that's as freaky as it is beautiful. Stefan Schwander dons his now familiar Harmonious Thelonious alias on the flip, laying down two brilliantly melodious synthesizer pieces inspired by the cyclical compositions of acclaimed minimalist composer Steve Reich. Both pieces are borderline stunning, and more than worth the admission price.
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18 May 15
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Rheinfahren - (8:14) 95 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Tangerine (Krauter mix) - (6:23) 96 BPM
Guten Morgen Bromio - (5:47) 86 BPM
Review: Golf Channel and Emotional Response embark on a mission to bring together two generations of Kraut excellence as Dunkelziffer's Dominik Von Senger collaborates with the Montezumas Rache pairing of Jan Schulte and Christian Pannenborg. As you'd expect, the resultant EP is rather fine. They set the tone with "Rheinfaren", where a low-slung, dubbed-out groove is complimenting by twinkling guitars, delay-laden Jew's harp parts, and other sun-kissed elements. "Tangerine (Krauter Mix)" doffs a cap to Tangerine Dream and Dunkelziffer, with tumbling guitars - some effected by a wah-wah pedal - and vintage synths combining to create an effortlessly Balearic mood. Closer "Guten Morgen Bromio" is a fuzzier affair, combining grooves and sounds reminiscent of Pink Floyd's Animals full-length with the out-there attitude of classic krautrock.
ERS 021
02 Sep 16
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Domino - (9:09) 110 BPM
La Era - (8:02) 130 BPM
Das Buch - (5:44) 118 BPM
Tip Top - (6:30) 128 BPM
Sol Lucet Omnibux - (8:03) 91 BPM
Adieu Und Adios - (7:06) 124 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
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ERS 006
30 Sep 13
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SeinaIt Liikkuvat - (13:12) 90 BPM
Koskaan Herata - (7:14) 112 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
01 Jun 18
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Yearn - (2:20)
Milky Less Milk - (2:52) 151 BPM
Swipperb - (4:18) 104 BPM
Aftershave (Part 7) - (2:59) 156 BPM
Junk - (1:38) 129 BPM
0305152 - (1:59) 128 BPM
Specific Gravity - (3:40) 119 BPM
One Man & His God - (2:47) 157 BPM
MFR Missing - (5:44) 90 BPM
Dodskamp - (2:40) 150 BPM
Heat Flow - (2:05) 138 BPM
6.30 - (6:29) 142 BPM
I'm Hiding In Your Cupboard - (2:36) 150 BPM
Closed - (2:28) 111 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Amen - (3:33) 158 BPM
Review: As with the first SchleiBen series, Emotional Response follows the success of the second set of split releases with a stand-alone album by one of the highlights, in Neil Tolliday.

Recorded over a 17-year period, the ambient, drone and noise pieces collected here offer a glimpse in to the depth of a supremely talented, thoughtful and at times, troubled musical mind.

As his love for house music and the success of his Nail moniker grew and waned during the ascent 90s boom, there followed his somewhat surprising success as one half of Balearic-pop combo Bent, propelling Tolliday in to a world of indie-charts and endless touring. The eventual unhappiness of this 'music career' and increasing need for personal escapism led him start experiment new musical forms of expression.

A thinker and oft-over drinker, success was viewed with a deep suspicion and introspection, drug use and later, depression. As his other music projects slowly imploded, this new, personal music was for many years, made purely for Tolliday's own absorption and comedowns.

Taken from an initial 4 track recording in Nottingham in 2000, more pieces were subsequently recorded around the globe on numerous devices - old portable cassette recorders, hand held digital stereos and even mobile phones. These heavily manipulated samples were slowed down, reversed, smudged and stretched before analog and modular patching, Mellotron, editing, programming and post production were added to the melting pot.

With hundreds of tracks collated, in the last few years Tolliday began putting them out via Bandcamp using different aliases, on made up record labels, with no press or mention to anyone. This would happen every 6-9 months - a new label was created with logo, band/artist names and a few albums worth of music, leaving it there for a few weeks before then deleting the lot.

Here then is a snapshot of those recordings, chosen to represent the depth of music, while trying not to think too much about in to the emotions that were used in making them. With special hand painted artwork by Sam Purcell, commissioned from the artist's own photographs taken from a adjournment at Homerton hospital, the hope is to do justice to such wonderful music and present Neil Tolliday, finally an artist, shorn of pseudonyms, in a broader light.
ERS 039
12 Jul 19
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Wrottersley Road - (3:43) 103 BPM
Wrottersley Road (Invisible Hands remix) - (6:43) 101 BPM
Wrottersley Road (The Oscillation remix) - (7:09) 113 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Wrottersley Road (Invisible Hands Reprise) - (2:51) 100 BPM
Wrottersley Road (Invisible Hands Albany remix - Digital Exclusive Track) - (6:53) 100 BPM
ERS 005
06 May 13
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Ability To Gain Access (Pye Corner Audio remix) - (6:46) 50 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Mathematical Man (Tomaga remix) - (8:41) 78 BPM
Double Blind (L/F/D/M remix) - (6:58) 64 BPM
Rain (Abul Mogard remix) - (6:42) 85 BPM
Review: Alessio Natalizia's Human Capabilities album was one of the highlights of the label in 2014, so it seems only right to get four artists to create their own unique versions for this EP. Starting with Pye Corner Audio, Martin Jenkins delivers a pulsating remix while Valentina Magaletti (Shit & Shine) and Tom Relleen (The Oscillation) take the industrial loops of "Mathematical Man" and provide an improvised jam of drums, bass and percussion. L/F/D/M's remix of "Double Blind" strips things back to the core of the track, looping it incessantly for maximum intensity before far away melodies bring you back again. The EP closes with a wonderous remix from drone specialist Abul Mogard, who again is at his best, taking the melodic ambience of the original and modulating it in to a brooding and emotional remix.
ERS 016
06 Apr 15
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Ability To Gain Access - (4:39) 92 BPM
Power Source Above Beam Line - (3:49) 58 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Mathematical Man - (4:04) 112 BPM
Future Rain - (5:52) 96 BPM
Mental Means Alone - (2:57) 63 BPM
Defensive Function - (3:38) 111 BPM
Double Blind - (5:58) 66 BPM
Etosha Pan Aderci - (7:04) 81 BPM
Conscious/Subliminal - (4:56) 76 BPM
Review: Breaking out of his musical (comfort) zone and touring schedule as one half of Kompakt Records stars Walls, a deeper side to Alessio Natalizia's music oeuvre was shown on the excellent Not Waving debut, Umwelt, before then going on to compile the killer "Mutazione" compilation of Italian New Wave 1980-1988 for Strut Records. Spanning 9 tracks Human Capabilities takes the sound of Umwelt and the subsequent super limited cassette only "reinterpretations" of Redacted and mixes harder percussive tracks alongside explorations of melody through ambient pieces. On titles Mathematical Man, Double Blind and Defensive Function, industrial and kosmische percussion is pushed to the fore, while Power Source Above Beam Line is the closest thing to a club track Alessio has produced outside of Walls. However, it's the more melodic Future Rain, Etosha Pan Aderci and the closing Satie homage, Conscious/Subliminal that a new side to the project can be heard. Having been named after a This Heat song, Not Waving is developing beyond that to go as far as the album title suggests.
ERS 010
14 Apr 14
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Moving - (2:46) 70 BPM
Moving Version - (3:42) 70 BPM
Dancing - (3:41) 124 BPM
Dancing Version - (3:06) 124 BPM
Pale Fens - (4:05) 66 BPM
Pale Fens Version - (4:39) 132 BPM
Some Air's Red There - (3:55) 100 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Some Airs Version - (3:21) 100 BPM
Don't Stop - (2:14) 73 BPM
Don't Stop Version - (5:24) 73 BPM
Run - (3:47) 69 BPM
Run Version - (2:54) 69 BPM
Review: Out 2 is a project from Jeremy Campbell and R. Zanzibar, who have previously worked together on albums for L.I.E.S. and Lectric Sands under different aliases. They sound right at home on Emotional Response, channeling the influence of 1980s New York dancefloor hybridization into six original tracks and their counterpart dub versions. It's an impeccable tribute to the forefathers of new / no / minimal wave with the right kind of funk rubbed in the groove and ample space in the mix for all the live dubbing the style demands. "Moving" is a surefire death disco party starter, "Dancing" hovers in a beyond the grave island boogie reverie and "Some Air's Red There" heads out into exotically enhanced territory without losing that NYC grit. It's a marvelous record, with the dub versions adding new dimensions to the music rather than simply repeating the same tricks sans vocals.
ERS 035
14 Sep 18
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Moving - (7:37) 70 BPM
Fire - (7:54) 105 BPM
Rubber Hour - (6:41) 97 BPM
Listen Closely - (6:30) 105 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Played by: Hober Mallow
Review: Out 2 are the product of a New York-based partnership between Jeremy Campbell and R. Zanzibar, who are just the kind of cult operators that Emotional Response so dearly love. With one foot in classic Talking Heads inspired funk variations and the other in the catch-all stylistic melee of the modern age, this is highly developed party music for well-read rug cutters to bust out shapes to. Just check the gorgeous synth violin styles on "Fire" or the heavy dub beatdown of "Rubber Hour" - these cats know what they're doing. All new-no-minimal-wave lovers take note!
ERS 034
07 Sep 18
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Across The River, Beneath The Trees - (12:40) 108 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Europa - (11:52) 110 BPM
Limbo - (22:39) 140 BPM
Played by: Barnaby Bruce
Review: Emotional Response returns to the Schleissen series with another cross-European exploration of ambient minimalism, film sources, field recordings and fluid soundscapes to create an over-whelming album of beauty for the listener to simply let go and wash away to. This time the influences are softer, but still prevalent, with forbears Satie, Stockhausen, Reich, Cage, Russel, Cunningham, Toop and of course of Hassel and Eno all acknowledged and explored through structure and the gentle syncopation of melody or occasional rhythm. With a nod to the film works of Tangerine Dream (or is it Global Communcation?) The Phantom follows up his outstanding LP1 with a move further into the ethereal.
ERSS 002
25 May 15
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Part 1 - (8:45) 110 BPM
Part 2 - (9:04) 94 BPM
Autumn Night I - (3:06) 156 BPM
Emotioncode - (3:50) 96 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Money Will Destroy Everythin - (2:27) 80 BPM
Mont - (4:23) 156 BPM
Forest & Deer - (6:18) 114 BPM
Glossy Amoog - (1:44) 154 BPM
Review: The fourth and final edition of SchleiBen is an extra special one, bringing forth acollaborative project between Colin Potter of Nurse With Wound fame, Not Waving artist Alessio Natalizia and Brain Machine's Guido Zen. Furthermore the series ties with Dusseldorf remain, as Osnabruck based producer Niklas Rehme-Schluter lines the flip with the beautiful ambient touches of his Cass project. The two part efforts from Potter, Natalizia and Zen offer a perfect marriage of methods, with percussion hinting at and Techno, while the constant Drone influx and disintegration grab your attention, overlapping with rhythmic repetition deeper and deeper. The Cass contributions see tracks from the German artist's cassette only Hiding Place album presented on vinyl for the first time and fit snugly into the sonic ethos explored over the previous SchleiBen releases.
ERSS 004
31 Aug 18
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2 Late 4 Love (Part One) - (6:59) 131 BPM
Emotinium - (11:45) 127 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Melchester Acid (Part Two) - (5:46) 84 BPM
2 Late 4 Love (Part Two) - (10:34) 87 BPM
ERS 023
22 Mar 17
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White Line Sunrise II - (3:07) 75 BPM
Robinson College 10 - (5:24) 65 BPM
A Dim & Distant Past - (6:00) 106 BPM
Bounc Erec - (9:43) 63 BPM
The Weber Traum Boat Pt 3 - (1:26) 78 BPM
Sada Lost Theme - (4:50) 64 BPM
Oriental X0X-Press (90's Bassmix edit) - (6:52) 64 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Ichi - (3:07) 65 BPM
The Clock House Pt 2 - (6:00) 76 BPM
CS (6x8) - (7:14) 77 BPM
Roland Corp Labs 05 (edit) - (1:32) 70 BPM
Nemesis '01 - (7:09) 59 BPM
Review: After the success of the 2 Late 4 Love EP, Roy Of The Ravers returns to Emotional Response with a double LP with a deeper perspective, experimenting in ambient and drone textures, lucid techno travails and acid interludes. Recorded between 1997 and 2017, the album was pieced together over the last six months after Roy's archives were first feared lost and then found. Approached by the label to release a follow up with something more introspective and personal, it was discovered that a recent move to a new studio had led to over 20 years of music being misplaced after it was believed they were mistakenly dropped at a local charity store. However, deep in a box of what were thought to be patch cables were in fact the decades worth of hard drives and here presented, is a sample of those lost recordings. The nature of the music is introspection, eschewing the acid beats and white noise for a personal encounter between man and machine. The orchestral opening of the title track gives way to the submarine beats, pulsing TB303 and gliding hats of Robinson College 10 to set the outlook to come. Even with the scattering A Dim And Distant Past waking lulled senses, the melodies and feel all lead to a pause and reflect rather than jump and shout.

This is continued with the haunting drives of Bounce Erec and Oriental X0X-Press; the twisted, warped jams of The Weber Traum Boat Pt.3, Ichi and Roland Corp Labs 05; and the beautiful, heartfelt odes in Sade Lost Theme, The Clock House Pt.2 and closer, Nemesis '01. The album's melodic nature hums and shines as CS (6x8) appears as much a centre piece as a alternative consideration to the acid tinged, club bangs of Roy's releases to date.

A surprise package maybe, but in the rolling, word of mouth phenomena that was Emotinium II, all this and more was sensed and so White Sunrise Music II, spreading across 12 songs of contrasting moods, is a further affirmation that there is something good and worthy of exploration.
ERS 037
27 Jul 20
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Music Removed - (7:30) 112 BPM
Patterns - (2:33) 129 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Vexillations - (10:16) 123 BPM
Review: Gary Caruth's Sad City project has progressively attracted ever more praise, not least since his Shapes In Formation album landed last year. Straddling purest ambient and abstract rhythmical electronica with a unique approach that is all his own, Caruth is returning to Emotional Rescue with a 10" that revisits three of the tracks from Shapes In Formation and magnifies them as the longer form versions they originally were. "Music Removed" was a particularly strong track on the album, and this new extended version lets the pneumatic percussion and soulful vocal croon bleed together in the most captivating of ways. "Patterns" sounds even more elegant in its pagan ambient finery with a longer run time, and "Vexillations" flits between poised static and cascading chimes with the deft touch that has come to define the Sad City sound.
ERS 029
23 Jun 17
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Steady Jam (DJ Nature remix) - (5:41) 104 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Steady Jam (DJ Nature dub) - (9:19) 104 BPM
Pace, Movements I-IV (HOLOVR remix) - (6:28) 122 BPM
Rain (Herron remix) - (6:21) 131 BPM
Review: Sad City's debut album was an absolute delight to behold when it landed late last year, and this remix package on Emotional Response does a great service to the quality of the original by offering up some truly outstanding new versions from impeccable talent. DJ Nature is one of the greats of heads down, dusty house, and his smoky handling of "Steady Jam" draws you in across two blissful versions that adorn the A side. On the flip, "Pace, Movements I-IV" gets a beautifully bubbly acid treatment from HOLOVR, and Herron plunges "Rain" into a murky bath of leftfield techno.
ERS 032
14 Jul 17
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Can't You See Me - (6:02) 100 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Can't You See Me (Auf Togo meets Becker & Mukai remix) - (6:37) 105 BPM
Simple Customers - (10:52) 80 BPM
ERS 043
01 Sep 19
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The Next Level - (4:52) 70 BPM
Travel Softly - (2:08) 78 BPM
The Way Of Woo - (4:57) 78 BPM
Magic Totem - (1:53) 125 BPM
Omotion - (4:03) 101 BPM
A Deep Trip Within - (3:09) 79 BPM
Angelic Forces Unite - (2:43) 79 BPM
All Beings Of Light - (2:09) 75 BPM
Magic Sphere - (4:33) 80 BPM
Distant River - (2:07) 69 BPM
The Heart's Fandango - (2:31) 114 BPM
Seven States Of Bliss - (4:39) 99 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
ERS 044
17 Jan 20
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Out West - (3:24) 55 BPM
Cartusian Log Book - (5:14) 60 BPM
Shockers - (4:05) 120 BPM
She Got Love - (4:00) 62 BPM
Somnamulation - (1:20) 70 BPM
Easter Island Electric Brain - (1:32) 80 BPM
Underdogs - (3:39) 103 BPM
Minimal Vibrations - (5:00) 60 BPM
Straightline - (3:10) 129 BPM
Nova Laser - (3:04) 103 BPM
Glass Skeletons - (1:32) 72 BPM
Bells - (4:11) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: When Juno Plus spoke to Emotional Response boss Stuart Leath recently, he talked excitedly about his latest time intensive project - trawling through boxes of old cassette recordings from L.A multi-instrumentalist Eddie "Secret Circuit" Ruscha to compile a follow-up to 2012's brilliant Tropical Psychedelics compilation. Predictably, the resulting collection is nothing short of brilliant. Typically eccentric, melodious, atmospheric and bristling with interesting ideas, Cosmic Vibrations delves deeper into Ruscha's archives and comes up with gold. Highlights are naturally plentiful, but keep an eye out for the psychedelic ambience of "Electric Brain", the analogue electronic explorations of "Nova Laser", and "Shockers", an acid-flecked chunk of chiming Balearic deep house with exotic, Arabic touches.
ERS 013
01 Dec 14
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White Wish - (3:42) 60 BPM
Afrobotics - (6:41) 69 BPM
Winded Up On The Floor - (4:01) 58 BPM
Moon Life - (2:47) 91 BPM
Angel's Eye - (1:44) 82 BPM
Psouvenirs - (3:29) 80 BPM
Knocking On Wood - (4:22) 60 BPM
Lagoland - (3:18) 65 BPM
Walkin' On The Water - (3:08) 60 BPM
Roll - (4:06) 60 BPM
Piano Waltz - (1:00) 98 BPM
Foggy Twilights - (5:37) 110 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: With recent releases for Internasjonal and Tim Sweeney's Beats In Space Records, Los Angeles based producer Secret Circuit (otherwise known as Eddie Ruscha) has had a breakthrough year with his brittle synth jams, taking inspiration from Balearic disco and minimal wave alike. However, he's been a prolific producer since 1996, and this record on Emotional Response, entitled Tropical Psychedelics, collects productions from Rusha up until 2010 that have previously only seen the light of day on cassette releases. Described by the label as a "Balearic-Tropical-Afro-Psychedelic whirl", the album packs a rich palette of analogue textures into its ten tracks, from the Afro dub of "Afrobotics", through the hazy, beatless combination of piano and analogue synth on "Psouvenirs" to the psychedelic tropicalia of "Foggy Twilights".
ERS 003
12 Nov 12
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Afrobotics (Suzanne Kraft remix) - (6:29) 62 BPM
Shockers (The Samps remix) - (5:30) 60 BPM
Underdogs (Tom Noble remix) - (6:42) 52 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Roll (Aritocrat P Child Re-edit) - (6:55) 61 BPM
Review: Emotional Response open the Secret Circuit archives to some of Eddie Ruscha's contemporaries from the City of Angels for a fine exercise in how to do a remix 12". First up is Suzanne Kraft, aka Diego Herrera who forms one half of Blase along with Ruscha; in his hands the crazy afro-stylings of "Afrobotics" are pulled towards the dancefloor, adding percussion and sirens, forging the originals vibes in to a ethno-beat club jam that is all about that heads down moment. Next up The Samps turns "Shockers" into a warped mesh of psychedelic dance, whilst Superior Elevation's Tom Noble adds some killer boogie vibes to "Underdogs". Finally Sun Araw man Cameron Stallones appears under rare alter-ego Aristrocrat P. Child to re-edit "Roll" in superb fashion.
ERS 017
27 Jul 15
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The Durian Brothers - "Hamigogakiko" - (7:00) 60 BPM
Harmonious Thelonious - "Makeshift" - (5:29) 60 BPM
The Durian Brothers - "Overexposed Scream Contest" - (6:17) 90 BPM
Harmonious Thelonious - "Verwobene Muziek" - (4:32) 60 BPM
The Durian Brothers - "Giri Giri" - (4:38) 90 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Don't DJ - "Drob" - (7:04) 80 BPM
Don't DJ - "Swifts" - (7:11) 61 BPM
The Durian Brothers - "Rauschthalt" - (4:59) 90 BPM
Played by: Ploy, James Blake
Review: Emotional Response returns to Dusseldorf with a compilation of the music emanating out of the Diskant label over some 7 EPs between 2009-2014. Featuring the productions of The Durian Brothers, Harmonious Thelonious and Don't DJ, their unique polyrhythmic percussive sound of the label is highlighted across this special double album. Legend goes it was discovering the first Diskant release on the wall of Honest Jons store back in 2009 that became a prime influences in the creation of Emotional Response. Born out of the early years of Salon Des Amateurs, the Diskant label was set up as a vehicle for the music and member's music of The Durian Brothers, namely Florian Meyer (Don't DJ), Stefan Schwander (Harmonious Thelonious) and Marc Matter. Coming together from their own music backgrounds to explore a new experimental polyrhythmic para-funk via distorted electronics. Using specially prepared turntables, hypnotic rhythmic patterns, noise and sequencing they have created a dense and fuzzy excess that over four sides of vinyl is here now presented as a retrospective, but not an end, to highlight their unique sound.
ERS 022
29 Feb 16
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Blazing Sun - (4:16) 113 BPM
Brilliant Light - (5:07) 119 BPM
Flow Motion - (4:50) 151 BPM
The Rose - (6:27) 114 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Oranges & Blues - (4:42) 57 BPM
Babbling Brooke - (5:24) 60 BPM
The Pulse - (16:02) 109 BPM
ERS 019
18 Dec 15
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Stories Of Prison (Scientific Dreamz Of U remix) - (5:13) 59 BPM
Aim For The Yellow Sector (Alessandro Parisi remix) - (6:03) 106 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Saco Bay (Perseus Trax remix) - (5:40) 53 BPM
Night Ferry (Antenna remix) - (5:59) 57 BPM
ERS 031
07 Jul 17
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The Yellow Sector - (5:33) 106 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Somebody, Somewhere - (3:37) 140 BPM
Saco Bay - (4:13) 100 BPM
I Do Not Believe - (4:14) 140 BPM
ERS 002
24 Sep 12
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Etka - (18:51) 58 BPM
Botko - (21:50) 95 BPM
Review: TKIL is a collaborative project between members of Georgia, E Ruscha V and more, that finds a home on Emotional Response following its gestation between New York and LA. As you might well expect, this is music for deep level explorers, veering between gorgeous, mellow refrains and gleefully madcap constructions loaded with inventive rhythms and off-kilter synth expressions. The freedom spilling out of this project is a marvel to behold, as disjointed psych-boogie collides with ethnographic studies conducted with extra terrestrial tools. Even at its wildest though, there's something undeniably 'chill' about TKIL that makes it sit surprisingly easy on the ears.
ERS 036
15 Oct 18
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Tomaga - "Breakfast At The Volcano" - (9:54) 105 BPM
Tomaga - "The Dancer In The Lake" - (9:34) 133 BPM
Neil Tolliday - "Seinat Liikkuvat" - (13:12) 90 BPM
Neil Tolliday - "Koskaan Herata" - (7:14) 112 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: The Schleissen series stands as one of the finest facets of the ever expanding Emotional Response empire, initially kicking off in 2015 with releases from artists such as Harmonious Thelonious, Abul Mogard, Don't DJ and Sad City. Now the series has been fired up once again with the exotic tones of Tomaga, recently found lurking round the likes of Meakusma and Hands In The Dark. It's an exotic live band sound that touches on Fourth world exploration and motorik drive, but certainly with its own unique slant. The following twos are handling by Neil Tolliday, most commonly found rolling out tech house as Nail and many other names, but here indulging in gorgeous, layered minimal ambient pieces with looping melodic phrases to soothe rather than groove.
ERSS 005
28 Sep 18
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Intro - (0:55) 131 BPM
Tahiti Blue - (4:54) 115 BPM
Lotus Island - (3:48) 75 BPM
Suboceania - (4:18) 75 BPM
Kakadu - (4:19) 121 BPM
Tradewinds - (4:18) 90 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Archipelago - (3:14) 74 BPM
Tangaroa - (4:09) 128 BPM
Played by: Lurid Music
Review: Emotional Response delivers a mini-album of ambient-equatorial enlightenment by Australia's mysterious Tropical Hi-Fi. The final record from an artist appearing on the label's SchleiBen series, this also points to the future. Based somewhere in the far flung Northern Territories, the music of Hi-Fi's pre-incarnation Electric Egypt was first discovered via the note-worthy airwaves of L.A's outstanding Dublab radio station. As the wonderfully diverse internet shows and project's dense, hip-hop inspired collages came to fruition with 2012's Exotica release, a dual awareness and sporadic contact was maintained whenever a signal could be established with Hi-Fi base camp. As the SchleiBen series was formed, the studio-DJ-cut-up-mix of Oceanic Mythology was warmly received as an inspired counterpoint to the dense offering from Don't DJ. These first real solo recordings from the Hi-Fi crew - whoever he/she/they maybe - moves on from the cut'n'paste of Electric Egypt to seek a meditative vision. Ambient, balearic and field recordings are all part of a drifting tropical flavour that encompasses the listener. Music truly inspired by it's surroundings, this is not some music journal, flying in to sample a life and it's sounds, but the real, living entity and it can be heard deep across the 8 short pieces. None is more typified than Tahiti Blue, where fellow traveller Mike Cooper layers his ubiquitous steel blues over simple, lilting drums. Enjoy.
ERS 028
23 Jun 17
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Potter Natalizia Zen - "Part 1" - (8:45) 111 BPM
Potter Natalizia Zen - "Part 2" - (9:04) 94 BPM
Cass - "Autumn Night I" - (3:06) 157 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Cass - "Emotioncode" - (3:50) 96 BPM
Cass - "Money Will Destroy Everything" - (2:27) 81 BPM
Cass - "Mont" - (4:23) 157 BPM
Cass - "Forest & Deer" - (6:18) 115 BPM
Cass - "Glossy Amoog" - (1:44) 116 BPM
Review: The fourth and final edition of SchleiBen is an extra special one, bringing forth acollaborative project between Colin Potter of Nurse With Wound fame, Not Waving artist Alessio Natalizia and Brain Machine's Guido Zen. Furthermore the series ties with Dusseldorf remain, as Osnabruck based producer Niklas Rehme-Schluter lines the flip with the beautiful ambient touches of his Cass project. The two part efforts from Potter, Natalizia and Zen offer a perfect marriage of methods, with percussion hinting at and Techno, while the constant Drone influx and disintegration grab your attention, overlapping with rhythmic repetition deeper and deeper. The Cass contributions see tracks from the German artist's cassette only Hiding Place album presented on vinyl for the first time and fit snugly into the sonic ethos explored over the previous SchleiBen releases.
ERSS 004
20 Jul 15
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Tolouse Low Trax - "Sketches Of A Destroyed Meadow" - (6:28) 56 BPM
Infuso Giallo - "Torus" - (6:06) 105 BPM
Claude De Tapol - "Du Train Jaune" - (4:10) 86 BPM
Puma & The Dolphin - "The Grass Drum" - (4:27) 58 BPM
T-woc - "Martin Eek" - (5:45) 60 BPM
Houschyar - "Intercontinental" - (3:58) 108 BPM
Lamusa II - "Artificiale" - (5:58) 103 BPM
YNV - "Dw3" - (6:30) 110 BPM
Bolva - "Rite II" - (3:30) 63 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Anatolian Weapons - "Float" - (7:06) 87 BPM
URVERHEXT - "Abertan" - (3:55) 50 BPM
Velvet C - "Exalt Cut" - (6:32) 73 BPM
Review: DJ soFa is a smart choice of compiler - the Belgian DJ has just the kind of wayward music taste that marries up comfortably with Emotional Response's omnivorous curatorial style. The names are a mixture of familiar and obscure, but the quality remains high throughout this 12-track set. Tolouse Low Trax is on stunning form with "Sketches Of A Destroyed Meadow", while Claude De Tapol has a wonderfully hypnotic approach to motorik machine music on "Du Train Jaune". T-woc's wavey post-punk groove is brilliantly executed, and Lamusa II draws you deeper into transcendental headspaces. This is essential listening for any and all maverick sound explorers.
ERS 042
01 Sep 19
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Tolouse Low Trax - "Sketches Of A Destroyed Meadow" - (6:26) 56 BPM
Infuso Giallo - "Torus" - (6:06) 105 BPM
Claude De Tapol - "Du Train Jaune" - (4:11) 86 BPM
Puma & The Dolphin - "The Grass Drum" - (4:26) 57 BPM
T-woc - "Marty Eek" - (5:46) 60 BPM
Houschyar - "Intercontinental" - (3:58) 108 BPM
Lamusa II - "Artificiale" - (5:57) 103 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
YNV - "Dw3" - (6:23) 110 BPM
Bolva - "Rite II" - (3:30) 63 BPM
Anatolian Weapons - "Float" - (7:06) 87 BPM
URVERHEXT - "Ubertan" - (3:55) 50 BPM
Velvet C - "Exalt Cut" - (6:30) 73 BPM
Review: DJ soFa is a smart choice of compiler - the Belgian DJ has just the kind of wayward music taste that marries up comfortably with Emotional Response's omnivorous curatorial style. The names are a mixture of familiar and obscure, but the quality remains high throughout this 12-track set. Tolouse Low Trax is on stunning form with "Sketches Of A Destroyed Meadow", while Claude De Tapol has a wonderfully hypnotic approach to motorik machine music on "Du Train Jaune". T-woc's wavey post-punk groove is brilliantly executed, and Lamusa II draws you deeper into transcendental headspaces. This is essential listening for any and all maverick sound explorers.
ERS 042
20 May 19
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Mintwood - (1:33) 101 BPM
Bertone Stratos - (6:05) 96 BPM
Brechtian Arena - (1:33) 60 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
I Recommend Starman - (2:20) 74 BPM
Greystoke One - (4:12) 107 BPM
Kuralt - (5:22) 80 BPM
Old Achieva Care Bare - (3:15) 96 BPM
Lair - (1:46) 110 BPM
The Music You Hear At Seaworld & Never Forget - (4:32) 60 BPM
Wrong Crowd - (4:16) 100 BPM
Dijon Royce - (0:37) 65 BPM
Time For Thick - (5:01) 80 BPM
Review: More commonly found flaunting his leftfield wares as Torn Hawk, Luke Wyatt delves into the dusty archives of his creations past to compile this selection of lo-fi studies often found soundtracking his experimental video projects. There's an uneasy calm that lingers over shorter vignettes like "I Recommend Starman", while longer form pieces such as "Bertone Stratus" manage more complex collisions of instruments and ideas with control and consideration, all masked behind the impulsive, roughshod charm of the production means. At times it borders techno, at others jangly New Wave, but always the heavy-lidded flow of a jam seems at the heart of each idea, rendered in such soporific tones it would be impossible to tell intentional move from happy accident, and lucking out in favour of the music every time.
ERS 007
22 Jul 13
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Bertone Stratis (Secret Circuit remix) - (6:41) 96 BPM
I Recommend Starman (Black Deer extended edit) - (6:13) 74 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Time For Thick (Not Waving remix) - (4:39) 80 BPM
The Music You Hear At Sea World & Never Forget (Tropical Hi-Fi remix) - (7:34) 76 BPM
ERS 018
28 Aug 15
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