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Heya - (1:19) 92 BPM
   
93 Million Miles - (2:12) 90 BPM
   
Yes I do (feat Danuel Tate) - (2:52) 94 BPMBiggest-selling track on this release
   
Teerash - (2:17) 90 BPM
   
Could Happen (feat Ishkan) - (2:05) 61 BPM
   
Clap - (2:03) 82 BPM
   
Blak Lodge - (2:59) 93 BPM
   
Smile (It's U) - (2:22) 76 BPM
   
The La - (2:23) 75 BPM
   
Whipits - (3:58) 91 BPM
   
Saysumthin - (2:56) 80 BPM
   
Break - (0:50) 52 BPM
   
Bewdley B Chaz - (2:39) 99 BPM
   
A Pariah - (2:18) 51 BPM
   
Liteball - (3:01) 89 BPM
   
Big Room - (2:24) 92 BPM
   
Invisible Glasses - (2:27) 74 BPM
   
Ludesa - (1:46) 60 BPM
   
Realaxing - (2:43) 94 BPM
   
Winter Pieces - (1:49) 110 BPM
   
Red Eye (Likkle Mo....) - (3:56) 63 BPM
WRL 003CD
13 Sep 10
Experimental/Electronic
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Orange Juice - (0:20) 120 BPM
   
842 Colours - (2:49) 111 BPM
   
Captivated Heart - (5:36) 128 BPMBiggest-selling track on this release
   
Betrayed - (4:09)
   
City Girls - (3:51) 120 BPM
   
Bonker Brains - (2:36)
   
Closed Eyes - (3:30) 120 BPM
   
Making It Home - (3:21)
   
Kiss Yesterday Goodbye - (3:58) 133 BPM
   
Cause I Love You - (6:46) 117 BPM
   
Own Risk (TT mix) - (6:10) 130 BPM
   
Claustraneonia - (3:44)
   
Summer's Beds - (3:05)
   
Home - (3:08)
   
Before Than After - (3:17)
   
Amsterdam At 4:57 - (3:27)
   
I Wish I Could Directly Effect - (1:33)
Review: Nathan Jonson, brother of Wagon Repair czar Mathew, releases Where Did You Just Go? under his HRDVSION moniker. Typically, Jonson crams in a plethora of ideas into the album, and the result is a brilliant mess of leftfield electronica that touches on techno, electro and glitch. "Captivated Heart" could almost be Moustache (Half A Scissor) era Mr Oizo, while "Bush Of Crows" is a epic freakout reminiscent of DJ Koze's "Mrs Bojangles". Such comparisons, though, are largely pointless, as this is a truly singular album from a truly singular artist. Check it.
WRL 002CD
22 Jun 10
Minimal/Tech House
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Love In The Future - (6:54)
   
Girls Got Rhythm - (7:24) 122 BPM
   
Theives In Digital Land - (6:58) 127 BPM
   
Sunday Disco Romance - (7:30) 130 BPM
   
Marionette (The Beginning) - (7:37) 130 BPMBiggest-selling track on this release
   
Night Vision - (4:03)
   
Pirates In The 9th - (4:08)
   
New Model Robots - (3:05)
   
When Love Feels Like Crying - (11:04) 120 BPM
   
Agents Of Time - (8:11)
   
Too Late To Change - (3:21) 110 BPM
Review: Agents of Time marks Mathew Jonson's debut solo album nearly a decade after his debut EP, New Identity, on the Itswhatitis imprint, and sees the Canadian present a consummate mixture of abstract downtempoisms and all consuming excursions into melodic techno. Album opener "Love In The Future" is a stuttering swoop through crystalline and lushly orchestrated electronica which descends into an ever decreasing synth wash before emerging on the other side via the punchy melodic techno of "Girls Can Dance". A sombre mood permeates throughout, a reflective synth melody central to the slow pace of "Night Vision" and "Pirates In The 9th" characterised by a sinister bass line floating underneath gentle IDM clicks and cuts. A rare digression from the sedateness is provided by the Hi NRG thump of "Sunday Morning Disco" and shares billing of album highlight with an alternate take on Jonson's 2005 masterpiece "Marionette".
WRL 001CD
07 Jun 10
Minimal/Tech House
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Mexican Hotbox - (7:49) 130 BPM
   
Big Spender - (3:56) 123 BPM
   
If I Want Too - (4:25) 123 BPM
   
Careful Mind - (4:15) 130 BPM
   
Ok Then - (5:04)
   
California Can Can - (5:32) 128 BPM
   
Shootingblanks - (2:10)Biggest-selling track on this release
   
I'll Be Your Whatever - (3:33)
   
Cinnamon Sugar - (8:50) 127 BPM
   
Populatio - (4:56) 123 BPM
   
City Kid - (3:51) 127 BPM
Played by: Ennio Styles
Review: This new long-player from Cobblestone Jazz member Danuel Tate makes it clear where the jazz part of the trio's name comes from. Throughout Mexican Hotbox, Tate draws heavily on his love of this musical form, but manages to do so in a way that is both diverse and avoids clichés. "Populatio" is based on swinging rhythms, while on "OK Then", Tate lets loose and opts for a more freeform groove, and "Californian Can Can" is based on a walking funk bass. There are other influences, audible on the Spanish guitar playing of "Mexican Hotbox" and the dubby techno of "Big Spender", but Tate is at his strongest - and we'd suspect, his happiest - when he's dropping the syncopated beats and warm vibes of "Careful Mind". Highly recommended.
WRL 004CD
23 Nov 10
Minimal/Tech House
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