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Another View (original mix) - (6:14) 118 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Together In The Dark (original mix) - (7:38) 115 BPM
   
Together In The Dark (Inga Mauer remix) - (4:53) 116 BPM
   
Another View (The Golden Filter ReVision) - (5:36) 119 BPM
Played by: Private Agenda
Review: London based club night and newly formed label Snap Crackle & Pop's third releases comes in the form of a dark take on new wave influenced techno from Berlin based New Yorker Curses. It kicks off with a hypnotic techno stomper Another View which playfully tips its hat to early electro albeit through a visor of coldwave inspired guitars. Together In The Dark delves into even darker territores with ice cold organs reaching for the light through the grinding ambient yet groovy undertones. Then Inga Mauer ramps up the dancefloor tension with her machine like acid rework pulsating and crashing urgently Together In The Dark, whilst The Golden Filter turn out a low slung trip of brooding synths and haunting vocals before cascading down the rabbit hole in a swell of industrial motorik beats and percussive explosions in their take on Another View.
SCP 003
25 Sep 17
Techno
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Disorder (original mix) - (5:07) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Video Dreams (original mix) - (3:58) 121 BPM
   
Unknown (original mix) - (4:49) 120 BPM
   
Unknown (Bezier remix) - (7:31) 60 BPM
   
Disorder (The Field remix) - (7:01) 120 BPM
Review: Junto Club kicked off Snap Crackle & Pop late last year, and now the label returns with the debut solo release from London-based outfit DEEDS. While Rollo and Kiri Inglis may have previously popped up on an obscure compilation on Anti-Ghost Moon Ray, this record should see their coldwave sound shoring up with many more adventurous listeners. "Video Dreams" is a beautifully melancholic slice of electronica while "Unknown" reaches for euphoric heights. Remixes from Bezier and The Field round the record out as a wonderful exercise in emotive home listening electronics for sensitive souls.
SC&P 002
15 May 17
Balearic/Downtempo
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Lose My Rhythm (original mix) - (7:47) 115 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Suffocation (original mix) - (6:14) 116 BPM
   
The Blacksmith (original mix) - (4:22) 120 BPM
   
Lose My Rhythm (Scott Fraser remix) - (7:30) 124 BPM
Review: For their 5th release the London label born of the clubnight of the same name make a b-line straight for the dancefloor. The title track of Desert Sound Colony's latest EP is equal parts anthemic vocals, stabbing guitar lines and a motorik backbone which combining for a hefty slice of post-punk inspired dancefloor churn. The last two tracks take the themes found in Lose My Rhythm and head down the rabbit hole to drown you with a flurry of breaks led rhythms on Suffocation and put you to rest with the pitch black basslines of The Blacksmith. On the remix front local hero Scott Fraser delivers an acid drenched expansion of the title track.
SCP 005
21 May 18
Coldwave/Synth
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Sholay (original mix) - (7:18) 120 BPM
   
Negative Space (original mix) - (5:48) 120 BPM
   
Sholay (Kris Baha remix) - (6:13) 115 BPM
   
Negative Space (Multiple Man Sniffing Anxiety remix) - (6:20) 120 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Hanalei (original mix - Digital Bonus Track) - (5:23) 113 BPM
Review: London based French producer Mondowski follows a spate of recent releases on Relish and Ombra with a new club-orientated vision for London label and clubnight SC&P. Following his remix services on label's debut and 4th releases, Mondowski makes his full label debut with an electro inspired turn. Dancefloor orientated lead track Sholay finds a mesmerizing path somewhere between extroverted 80's electro and celebratory spiritual transcendence and gets the remix treatment from Pinkman's Kris Baha who subverts the original by turning the electro backbone up to 11. Negative Space voyages into darker electro territories with Kraftwerkesque synths, rolling pads and a motorik bassline, all of which provides the launchpad for Multiple Man to turn out a pitch black EBM banger.
SCP 007
10 Feb 20
Electro
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Quebec/Makolet (original mix) - (6:16) 120 BPM
   
Disco Monroe (feat Daniella Milo - original mix) - (6:45) 112 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Quebec/Makolet (Khidja remix) - (7:04) 120 BPM
   
Disco Monroe (Mr TC remix) - (6:09) 106 BPM
SCP 006
18 Feb 19
Disco/Nu-Disco
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Shiviana (original mix) - (4:15) 117 BPM
   
Shiviana (Khidja remix) - (8:28) 117 BPM
   
Ikiryo (Smagghe & Cross version) - (9:11) 62 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
   
Ikiryo (original mix) - (5:27) 62 BPM
   
Ikiryo (D8T remix) - (6:49) 123 BPM
Review: Having come to light on Optimo Music, The Junto Club now kick off the Snap Crackle & Pop label with a new single that builds on their promising reputation. "Shiviana" is a perfect encapsulation of what the band are about, channelling all kinds of wave styles into their instruments but still coming off sounding contemporary and seductive at once. Khidja comes on board to remix the track, turning it into an acidic burner with a heavy dose of bombast thrown in. "Ikiryo" presents a more post punk side to The Junto Club sound, which Smagghe & Cross then buff up into a crafty electro number for the dancers.
SC&P 001
16 Jan 17
Coldwave/Synth
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Chain Store (original mix) - (4:17) 151 BPM
   
Nowhere To Nowhere (original mix) - (4:00) 67 BPM
   
Popcorn (original mix) - (3:21) 83 BPM
   
Chain Store (Manfredas remix) - (5:44) 53 BPM
   
Nowhere To Nowhere (Mondowski remix) - (6:05) 63 BPM Biggest-selling track on this release
Review: Not to be mistaken with the similarly quirky house/techno imprint of the same name, Uncanny Valley are a new outfit. A new sound. A new generation of wayward musicians. Out through Snap Crackle & Pop, their debut single is a warmly recommended affair, not least because of its magnificent integration of different genres and styles. The opening "Chain Store" is a slow, punky DIY tune that recalls some of Butthole Surfers' more devious moments, and both "Nowhere To Nowhere"and "Popcorn" carry some of the same minimalistic funk oddity. There's a Manfredas remix of "Chain Store", which proceeds to delve into a more cold wave territory, and Mondowski's version of "Nowhere To Nowhere", a much sleeker, house-centric banger with a charging groove.
SCP 004
18 Dec 17
Coldwave/Synth
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